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#62955 (In Topic #13662)

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I am working on integrating an application with OCportal. I have previously asked a question on this forum and I appreciate the speedy response. What I am really trying to do is to use ocportal login, logout, change password, admin change password files and include some code to perform the same operation on another application. I think I have already figured out the login and logout part of it and probably the change password.

What I'm looking for is the file where the members profile is updated and the part in that file that updates the password. Similarly, I believe the admin could do this. I realize those files exists in the resources folder. What I need is little insight on how this is done and the variables defined for this task.

Your response is greatly appreciated and bravo on such a great application you guys got over here.

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