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    To implement the change password functionality into your custom portlet in Liferay 6.2, just follow the below steps:

    1- Write the below line in liferay-portlet.xml file for the portlet in with you want to perform action to change the password

    <private-session-attributes>false</private-session-attributes>
    

    2- Write the below lines in protal-ext.properties to enable the session to store the current password after login

    session.shared.attributes.excludes = USER_PASSWORD
    session.store.password=true
    

    3- Write the below code to implement the UI for "Change Password" in the jsp file

    change_password.jsp

    <liferay-portlet:actionURL var="updateUserPassword" name="updateUserPassword">
    </liferay-portlet:actionURL>
       <aui:form  action="<%=updateUserPassword%>" id="updateForm" name="updateForm" method="post" autocomplete="off">
    
       <liferay-ui:error exception="<%= UserPasswordException.class %>"
            message="that-password-has-already-been-used-please-enter-in-a-different-password" />
       <liferay-ui:error key="error-key" message="Current Password is invalid."></liferay-ui:error>
       <aui:fieldset cssClass="lfr-portrait-editor">
             <aui:input autoFocus="<%= true %>" type="password" label="Current Password" value="" name="currentPassword" autocomplete="off">
             <aui:validator name="required" />
             </aui:input>
             <aui:input label="New Password" name="password1" size="30" type="password" value="">
                <aui:validator name="required" />
             </aui:input>
    
                    <aui:input label="Enter Again" name="password2" size="30" type="password" value="">
                        <aui:validator name="required" />
                        <aui:validator name="equalTo">
                            '#<portlet:namespace />password1'
                        </aui:validator>
                    </aui:input>
             <aui:button-row>
                <aui:button type="submit"/>
            </aui:button-row>
        </aui:fieldset>
       </aui:form>
    

    4- Finally write the below method in portlet action file

    public void updateUserPassword(ActionRequest actionRequest,ActionResponse actionResponse) throws PortalException, SystemException, EncryptorException, IOException, PortletException
        {
            try {
    
                ThemeDisplay themeDisplay = (ThemeDisplay)actionRequest.getAttribute(WebKeys.THEME_DISPLAY);
                HttpServletRequest request = PortalUtil.getHttpServletRequest(actionRequest);
                HttpSession session = request.getSession();
                //Get the user's current password from session
                String loginPassword = (String)session.getAttribute(WebKeys.USER_PASSWORD);
    
                String currentPassword = (String) actionRequest.getParameter("currentPassword").trim();
                String newPassword = (String) actionRequest.getParameter("password1").trim();
                String confirmPassword = (String) actionRequest.getParameter("password2").trim();
    
                if (loginPassword.equals(currentPassword) && newPassword.equals(confirmPassword)) {
                    UserLocalServiceUtil.updatePassword(themeDisplay.getUserId(), newPassword,confirmPassword, false);
    
                    //Set the entered new password into session after changing the password
                    session.setAttribute(WebKeys.USER_PASSWORD, newPassword);
    
                    SessionMessages.add(actionRequest, "request_processed", "Password updated successfully.");
                    actionRequest.setAttribute("passwordUpdated", "updated");
                    actionResponse.setRenderParameter("mvcPath", "/change_password.jsp");
                } else {
                    SessionErrors.add(actionRequest, "error-key", "Sorry, Something wrong.");
                    actionResponse.setRenderParameter("mvcPath", "/change_password.jsp");
                }
    
            } catch (UserPasswordException e) {
                SessionErrors.add(actionRequest, UserPasswordException.class.getName(), e);
                actionResponse.setRenderParameter("mvcPath", "/change_password.jsp");
            }
        }
    

    Hope this will help you :)

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