Subsequently all possible logbook entries in connection with Password Reset are listed

The password reset first checks with the first script (via the heartbeat) whether the password is correct:

Logbook Type Logbook Record
Login data valid Container
Login data invalid Container
Check errors during login data Container

Afterwards all scripts of the password reset are executed one after the other and the following logbook entries are written:

Logbook type Logbook record
Execute Password Reset
Execute Rollback Password Reset
Execution Error Password Reset
Error during rollback Password Reset

If an attempt was made to perform a rollback, but the rollback cannot be performed because the old password was incorrect before the reset, or the first script is of the type “user-defined”, the following logbook entry is written:

Logbook type Logbook record
Error during rollback Password Reset

If a password reset has failed and an attempt is made to perform a rollback, the reset is blocked for one day and the following logbook entry is written: (It does not matter if the rollback worked or not)

Logbook type Logbook record
Password Reset blocked Password Reset

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