Last week, I downloaded the Cumulative Fix Pack 15 for 6.2 SP1 from
Package Share. Today it is no longer in the list if I search for
"6.2-SP1-CFP15". If I search for just "CFP15", I get various packages
for AEM-FORMS and an older CFP for 6.1 SP2 (AEM-6.1-SP2-CFP15).The
downloaded file was named "AEM-6.2-AP1-CFP15-15.0.zip". The release date
shown in Package Share was 6 June 2018.According to the Release Notes
for 6.2 Cumulative Fix Packs, CFP14 is one of the latest "previous CFP",
implying that ...
smacdonald2008: I've probably made my question confusing. I have regex
validation working. What's not working is a descriptive error message
when an invalid password is entered. It just says: "ERROR: Something
went wrong while changing the user's password" and it would be better to
say "ERROR: Your password needs uppercase and lowercase letters, digits
and symbols." or something like that. It's this message that I'm not
able to change.
I would like to add a password policy with a descriptive error message
in AEM 6.2.So far, I've tried using the AuthorizableActionProvider which
works to control password creation/change but the error message when a
new password fails validation is hardcoded and not friendly or helpful
("ERROR: Something went wrong while changing the user's password").I
but it does not work, possibly because this was written for 6.1 and the
These are my findings from trying out the suggestions. This was my first
upgrade so I read the documentation carefully and did a number of tests.
Since SP1 requires Hotfix 12785, and CFP15 is optional after SP1, I
tried the following combinations:HF12785 on its own: did not fix the
problem (as expected)SP1 (including HF12785): fixed the
problemSP1+CFP15: fixed the problemAll the answers above were helpful
but I have chosen aneeta45259594's detailed answer as the correct one.
I've been investigating how to set a password validation string but in
the process have a very unusual behaviour. I am using AEM 6.2.Starting
with a freshly-installed system at
http://localhost:4502/system/console/configMgr, I search for 'Apache
Jackrabbit Oak AuthorizableActionProvider', click on that name to open
the configuration to open the configuration dialog, then click 'Save'
from the buttons in bottom-right corner of the dialog. Do not make any
configuration changes, just open the dialo...