In the event you are authenticating your m-Power applications against an iSeries profiles, you may come across the scenario where your user’s profile is about to expire. The feature described in this document will allow the user to update their iSeries password through a web application. To implement: Place mrcChangePswd.html in the appropriate Data Dictionary … Continue reading Handling iSeries password expiration in m-Power App
When creating web applications, developers occasionally wish to hide, scramble or otherwise obfuscate data that is displayed on the page and/or sent via the URL. The main reason for this is that application developers need to protect the information being sent across the URL from being read by the end-user. An example of this would … Continue reading Masking & Scrambling Sensitive Data
m-Power can easily be configured to use any existing encrypted column for password values when securing your applications against a flat file. For more on how to do this, see this page. While this works great for existing encryptions, it is also possible to use m-Power to encrypt new values as well. To do so, … Continue reading Encrypting Passwords
m-Power can be configured to work with an external validation program, using a technique called Single Sign On. In order to accomplish this, there are a few configuration requirements that must be met first. If you have not set up basic sign on security yet, please visit this document in order to do so before … Continue reading Configuring m-Power for Single Sign On
To increase developer’s efficency with m-Power, mrc has unveiled a new sign-on configuration option: The ability to automatically inherit their m-Power interface authentication into their run-time applications! Until now, developers were forced to log-in to their applications after every recompile. By installing the configuration below, this will no longer occur. By adding a few configuration … Continue reading Configuring Single Sign On (SSO) for the m-Power Interface & m-Power run-time Apps.