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eDirectory LDAP change password through JNDI

Posted on 2010-11-10
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Hi Experts,

I am struggling to get change password to work for eDirectory LDAP with JNDI. Can someone help me as to where to look for the information. I am able add and delete user. When i try to change password It just throws Error code 53 with 222 exception when I do remove attribute and add attribute.
If I use replace attribute change goes through but then i am not able to get in with the new password.

I am looking for anyone who has done this successfully, any material that i can read.

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It does in a way. I actually found that one of the constraint password policy that we had on eDir was causing this issue. We had restrictions on user initiating password change. As I had it taken off, it went through fine.

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