To enable users to manage passwords, place the Workbench Change Password Administration portlet on the workbench contribution page.
Use the Workbench Change Password Administration portlet to add a toolbar button or preference page to the workbench. The Workbench Change Password Administration portlet allows users to change their operating system password from within the workbench, optionally synchronizing their main credential store password as well, if Single Sign On is active.
Follow these steps to contribute the change password function to the workbench.
- Place the Workbench Change Password Administration portlet on the workbench contribution page and enter Configure mode to configure the settings.
- Configure the settings for the Workbench Change Password Administration portlet. Select the location on the workbench where the change password function is to appear:
- Show as an icon on the workbench toolbar
- Show as a workbench preference page
Check each area where the change password function should appear.
Click Set localizable values to set localizable values for the Tooltip and Label fields.
To enter localized values for a supported language, click the edit icon in the row corresponding to that language. In the follow-on screen (Editing localizable values), enter localized values for the selected language. Enter the localized value for each field and click OK.
Click OK again to return to the configure screen.
Click Set advanced options to set the advanced options associated with this portlet.
Assign appropriate access permissions to the portlet. In the Administration navigation panel, expand Access and click Resource Permissions. In the resource type table, click Portlets.
Locate the Workbench Change Password Administration portlet and click the access permissions icon to assign appropriate permissions.
The Workbench Change Password Administration portlet is placed on a WebSphere® Portal page and configured with the correct settings.
Parent topic: Using the Workbench Administration portlet: XPD621