Registration Email REST API and Registration Page

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  • #15752
     apacheidm 
    Participant

    Hello Team,

    We are looking at a case where we are using the CREATE REST API to create a user in OpenIDM and then we need to call the Registration EMAIL REST API which should send a unique registration link to the user which once click should open a UI where the created user can change his password and once submitted then he should be activated

    Can you please help us with how to call the Registration EMAIL REST API which should send a unique registration link and a UI which will have the user’s password field.

    Thanks

    #15768
     Jake Feasel 
    Moderator

    The workflow sample shows a way to accomplish this – the “contractor” being “on boarded” in that sample is sent a password reset email after they are created. I suggest unzipping that .bar file and seeing how that request is being issued.

    #15779
     apacheidm 
    Participant

    Hi Jake,

    Which sample you are referring too? and how can we test that?

    #15780
     Jake Feasel 
    Moderator

    samples/workflow

    Check the readme found in that folder.

    #15965
     apacheidm 
    Participant

    Hi Jake,

    How do i unzip BAR files, i dont find a way out

    #15966
     Jake Feasel 
    Moderator

    You can just use any standard unzip utility. Even though the extension is .bar, you can treat it as if it was a .zip.

    #15970
     apacheidm 
    Participant

    Thanks, i was able to get the data but it seems selfservice/reset endpoint is no more available.

    Are the endpoints changed in 4.0 or 4.5, do we have a document where we find all the endpoints info

    #15979
     Jake Feasel 
    Moderator

    You have to enable the password reset service for that endpoint to be available.

    #15982
     apacheidm 
    Participant

    Got it, can i have create my own endpoint for the self service password reset?

    I want to have two self service end points? One with CQ check and then password reset and other one with only password reset

    #15983
     Jake Feasel 
    Moderator

    Technically you can have any number of self-service processes configured, but using more than the well-known three (forgotten-username, password-reset and self-registration) will require some custom UI to support it.

    #15984
     apacheidm 
    Participant

    Basically looking for below flow

    1. User gets an email to Reset Password after their account creation
    2. User enters the new password and submits
    3. User now redirected to challenge questions page where he will enter his challenge questions
    4. User submits the information and his accounts become active.

    Is this possible?

    #16004
     apacheidm 
    Participant

    Team,

    Do we have a feedback on this?

    We are thinking, if we can do below.

    1. User receives an email after his account is created so activate his account
    2. User clicks the link and he should now get an OpenIDM single screen where he can reset his password and setup his challenge questions
    3. Once this details are updated, User’s account should be activated and he should be able to login to OpenIDM.

    Please let us know

    #16008
     Jake Feasel 
    Moderator

    Have you tried following the steps outlined in the workflow sample? The final few steps are described like this:

    Check the inbox for the email address provided in step 6; there should be a “Reset password email” sent to it.
    Open the “Reset password email” and click the “Email verification link”. This should take you back to the
    Self-Service UI, with the option to “Reset Your Password”.

    8) Reset your password and login
    – Enter a new password and confirmation password, submit the form.
    – Return to the login page, and login with the username provided in step 6 and the password just entered.
    – Notice the “Welcome” message available under “Notifications”.

    #16011
     apacheidm 
    Participant

    Yes but its asking user the challenge questions as that is required for reset password

    How complex is it to setup a new page which asks user to reset password and new challenge questions so that his account is activated.

    Thanks

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