By Scott Fehrman on Jan 14, 2008
Today we posted an announcement regarding a new feature that was added to Project OpenPTK. The new feature is a Consumer Tier application that leverages Project OpenPTK's flexible architecture, a set of JSR-168 Portlets:
Users can leverage challenge questions/answers stored within the Sun Java System Identity Manager to change a forgotten password.
After authenticating to the Portal, users can change some of their own information and change their own password.
Authorized users can perform basic user life-cycle operations; Create, Read, Update, Delete, Change Password, Reset Password.
The JSR-168 Portlets have been tested on the open source Jetspeed portal server and on the Sun Java System Portal Server. The JSR-168 Portlets are available now. They can be obtained by downloading Project OpenPTK's source code from the openptk.dev.java.net site.