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Status Planned for future release
Categories Security
Created by Guest
Created on Apr 22, 2021

SSO Login Password Change should reflect in IBM PEM

The password change though SSO Login Page is reflecting in either SI (if B2Bi is acting as LDAP) and any other third party LDAP Servers. The same has to be reflected in PEM also then only the User Credentials in PEM and IBM MFT suite are in sync.


Generally any sort of secured implementation requires password change of partner in first login , the same is getting updated in LDAP through SEAS but there is no provision to update the same in PEM.

What is your industry? Non-Industry Specific
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Generally any sort of secured implementation requires password change of partner in first login , the same is getting updated in LDAP through SEAS but there is no provision to update the same in PEM else User Credentials will be out of sync in IBM MFT suite and IBM PEM.

  • Admin
    Greg Russell
    Aug 20, 2021

    We will consider this as a future enhancement. It may require that a 3rd party system call a PEM Rest API or publish an event to change the password that could be consumed by PEM.