shibboleth.expiring-password.Condition in v4

Cantor, Scott cantor.2 at
Fri Aug 28 19:33:46 UTC 2020

On 8/28/20, 3:23 PM, "users on behalf of Paul B. Henson" <users-bounces at on behalf of henson at> wrote:

>    The script is in JavaScript, but it's getting run by Java; I get confused whether for any particular use case I'm supposed
> to be using the JavaScript API or the Java API.

The latter, always

>  So instead of using that API, I should do something like:


>    This results in a value like "2020-08-28T02:35:55Z", which presumably could be parsed with a formatter of "yyyy-MM
> -dd'T'HH:mm:ssX"?

Approximately, yes, I think so.

>    I think the default formatter that comes with the distribution ("yyyyMMddHHmmss'T'") is broken though.

If it's not a legal Java formatter, then it's broken, yes. If it's valid for some format, then it's just what it always was, an example to modify since no format is standard.

--- Scott

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