expiring-password intercept triggering unexpectedly

Cantor, Scott cantor.2 at osu.edu
Mon Jul 22 14:56:29 EDT 2019

On 7/22/19, 2:20 PM, "users on behalf of Liam Hoekenga" <users-bounces at shibboleth.net on behalf of liamr at umich.edu> wrote:

> About the most informative thing I've seen is this..

That's a different check, it's the interval between notifications based on a cookie it drops with the last time it ran.

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

You can wire up condition objects and run them in Nashorn, but it takes a lot of understanding of how they all work and what has to be fed in, so it's not that simple, I'm just saying that there is no other great answer. If it runs, the condition is what it is to cause that result, and why it is that way is a harder question to debug.

If you want to punt it to me, you can file a support request with sample inputs and I can run tests but it won't be all that fast because I'm not around much this week due to vacation.

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

Mine is the same in fact, exact same string as yours.
-- Scott

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