RpUIContext and expiring-password.vm

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RpUIContext and expiring-password.vm

veronesip
Hello,

is there any way to have $rpUIContext available at
views/intercept/expiring-password.vm (or to pass the
$rpUIContext.serviceName as custom parameter) to it?

It is needed to build an URL for password change containing the SP name
as parameter (ex
https://user-admin.example.com/change-password?SP=myservice.example.com)

Kind regards,

 ¬†Paolo

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RE: RpUIContext and expiring-password.vm

Cantor, Scott E.
> is there any way to have $rpUIContext available at views/intercept/expiring-
> password.vm (or to pass the $rpUIContext.serviceName as custom
> parameter) to it?

Not without changing the flow.

> It is needed to build an URL for password change containing the SP name as
> parameter (ex
> https://user-admin.example.com/change-
> password?SP=myservice.example.com)

That doesn't really make a lot of sense. The password is about the user's account, it has nothing to do with the SP.

-- Scott

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