expiring-password intercept triggering unexpectedly

Liam Hoekenga liamr at umich.edu
Mon Jul 22 14:20:01 EDT 2019

> It doesn't log anything really, so debugging it requires Java hands on, or
> writing some scripting to try and apply the condition to known inputs and
> test the formatting string to see what it's doing.

About the most informative thing I've seen is this..
2019-07-22 12:01:37,293 - - DEBUG
[org.springframework.webflow.engine.Transition:214] - Executing
[Transition at 29f72fb4 on = T(java.lang.System).currentTimeMillis() -
'0')) > ExpiringPasswordNotifyInterval, to = DisplayExpiringPasswordView]

I'm presuming all of this stuff is exposable in nashorn?  Rather than
having to edit / recompile the actual java?

> The Z may be causing issues because of its status as a time zone
> signifier, and the parsing can be very tricky.

The Z is in single quotes, which does seem to be the way to embed string

There was this thread from February about date parsing..

Lastly one always needs to sanity check the value itself being parsed, and
> the attribute resolver can log that on DEBUG.
Doing that.   It looks like what I expect (but maybe my expectations are

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