5 Replies Latest reply on Aug 25, 2014 3:28 PM by Liam Dilley

    Password change form

    richardarosenthal

      I've searched around a bit and haven't found anything, and so far experiments at hacking apart different forms have proved fruitless - does anyone know of a way to embed a password-update form?

        • 1. Re: Password change form
          Liam Dilley Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          In the admin under the available modules there is the update details form so when a person is logged in they can update their password. No hacks, not hidden away - Always been a BC feature Richard

          • 2. Re: Password change form
            richardarosenthal Level 1

            The issue I was having is that the person who set up the site actually added a ton of junk to the CRM, so to do a simple password update, I had to trim out a bunch of unwanted fields, which, in the process, removed the email field, which it turns out is essential to the password update form actually functioning.  Point is, for anyone else curious, if you want ONLY the password update form (three inputs total), use the form referred to by Liam (found under secure zones), strip out all the other inputs EXCEPT email; simply hide that form input.

            • 3. Re: Password change form
              Liam Dilley Adobe Community Professional & MVP

              Hi Richard,

              Key thing is that BC needs the email, it is the primary key to the CRM as it were so it is required in every form you use in BC. Still having the first and last names is important to ensure it does not get messed up same with username. You can css hide them and have the modules as the values to ensure they are the right ones.

              • 4. Re: Password change form
                richardarosenthal Level 1

                That makes sense about the email, but I'm not sure I follow what you're saying about the other user details.  Is it actually somehow problematic not including those form inputs?  Surely BC doesn't wipe out the data simply because the inputs weren't included in the form.

                • 5. Re: Password change form
                  Liam Dilley Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                  You have never used things like it's CRM API then, lol

                  Welcome to BC