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On the User settings page, any user can change his/her password to connect to Talend applications, as well as his/her login and password to SVN, via Talend Administration Center.
Editing passwords is not available if SSO has been enabled.
Log on to Talend Administration Center web application.
The menus and menus items vary according to your role/rights (Administrator, Operation manager, Designer or Viewer) in Talend Administration Center.Note: Only users with active accounts can access the Administration Center and change their password.
In the Menu tree view of
the Administration Center, select User
settings to display the corresponding page.
In the Svn/Git Account
Type in or modify your SVN/Git login and password in
the corresponding fields.
Note that the SVN/Git login and password must correspond to a user that has been previously created in SVN/Git.
- Click Save to confirm these modifications.
- Type in or modify your SVN/Git login and password in the corresponding fields.
In the User Password
area (Note that this option is not available if SSO was enabled):
Enter your new password in the New password field.
The information bar below the field will indicate if the newly entered password is Very weak, Medium or Strong.
- Enter the new password in the Confirm password field.
- Click Validate to confirm your modification.
- Enter your new password in the New password field.
In the Personal Access Token area, click
Generate to generate the access token.
Note: This option is only available when the Personal Access Token is enabled in the Security Policy group on the Configuration page. For more information, see Setting up the Security Policy.
ExampleThis token can be used as password by MetaServlet and other application connection, for example, Talend Studio, Talend Data Preparation, Talend Data Stewardship and so on, except the web login.Warning: The Personal Access Token is displayed only once, please copy and keep it in your file system.To revoke the access token, click the Revoke button.
Eventually, a message displays to confirm that the modification has been carried out without issue. Otherwise, an error message points out the issue that needs to be corrected for the modifications to be taken into account.