Class AccountLockoutPolicyCmdImpl

  • All Implemented Interfaces:, ECCommand, ECTargetableCommand, TaskCommand, AccountLockoutPolicyCmd,,,,,,

    public class AccountLockoutPolicyCmdImpl
    extends TaskCommandImpl
    implements AccountLockoutPolicyCmd

    This task command is called by every command that performs verification or update of a user credentials. This implementation updates the account lockout information.

    Before executing this task command the following sets should be performed:

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    Serialized Form
    • Constructor Detail

      • AccountLockoutPolicyCmdImpl

        public AccountLockoutPolicyCmdImpl()
    • Method Detail

      • reset

        public void reset()
        Description copied from class: AbstractECTargetableCommand
        This method is called after a command has been executed. It is used to reset its states variables. After the call to reset, the command should be able to be executed again.
        Specified by:
        reset in interface
        reset in class AbstractECTargetableCommand
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      • setAuthenticationStatus

        public void setAuthenticationStatus(boolean credentials)
        sets authentication result, true when user provided valid credentials false otherwise
        Specified by:
        setAuthenticationStatus in interface AccountLockoutPolicyCmd
        credentials - boolean
      • setLogonId

        public void setLogonId(java.lang.String strLogonId)
        Sets the Logon ID under which the current user wishes to logon.
        Specified by:
        setLogonId in interface AccountLockoutPolicyCmd
        strLogonId - The Login ID.
      • getLogonId

        public java.lang.String getLogonId()
        Returns the logonId. This method can be included in the cachespec.xml configuration file.
        the logonId
      • isUserDataModified

        public boolean isUserDataModified()
        Indicates whether performExecute modified the user data. This method can be included in the cachespec.xml configuration file.
        true if the user data was modified.