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Password change


Each user of a Web-client can change his password. This procedure is obligatory when first logging into the system. To change password do the following:
  • open the Settings form (Fig. 1.1);
  • enter old password (Fig. 1.2);
  • enter new password (Fig. 1.3);


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The new password must meet the following strength requirements:
  • consist of at least ten characters;
  • contain Latin uppercase and lowercase letters and numbers. 

The new password must differ from the last ten used passwords.

  • confirm new password (Fig. 1.4); 
  • click Change Password (Fig. 1.5).

Fig. 1 – password change

At first login into the system the Password has expired form will apeear, and user will need to enter new password (Fig. 2.1), then repeat the password (Fig. 2.2) and click OK.

Fig. 2  password change after its expiry 

If you forgot the password, contact the technical administrator to create a new password.

Viewing information about the current certificate

In the Web-client you can view information about the current certificate by clicking on the icon on the top toolbar (fig. 3).

Figure 3 – certificate info

Information about the certificate appears after the certificates storage initialization (the signing or authorization in the Web-client in the production environment) (fig. 4 и 5).

Figure 4 – no information about the certificate

If the NSD Crypto service is used for cryptography in the browser, the button to reset the certificate for browser is available. Usually the button is used to test the certificate storage profiles. For the Java-applet and ActiveX the button is not available.

Figurefuf 5 – to reset the certificate

Information display settings

The data on master agreements, transactions, reports, applications and other documents are displayed in tables on the Web-client forms (Fig. 6.1).

Fig. 6 – Preparation form

For the convenience of working with information the user can do some display settings. Settings are configured using the toolbar, located above the main table (see Fig. 6.2). The toolbar differs depending on the form. All possible buttons are described in Table 1.

Table 1 – Description of the function panel buttons



Configures the number of rows displayed in the table. After selecting option from the drop-down list it is applied automatically

Configures displayed columns. Clicking on the button opens a visible columns settings dialog

Configures filters for the table. Clicking on the button opens a block of filter settings

Updates table

Marks all rows as read

Saves all table rows from all pages in one CSV file

Switching between the rows of the table

Goes to a defined page. Enter a page number in this field, then click the arrow button to go to that page

Switching between pages

Tables synchronization (downloading information from the web-service) is done automaticallyOn the top panel there are an indicator of sync with the repository.

Fig. 7 – Synchronization of the tables

The ordering of data rows in the table can be changed by clicking on the column header. A click on the header will display an icon that indicates the corresponding order of data sorting (ascending or descending order).


Fig. 8 – changing the order of data display

The font size settings is available in the Web-client for the convenience of viewing long text label in the table. To do this click Font size button and select a value from the drop-down menu.

Fig. 9 – font size settings


Threads of inactive master agreements are highlighted in yellow. Master agreements treated as inactive in cases when they has been terminated or not registered yet (not confirmed by counterparty).

The name of user’s company that plays a role in the thread (under the master agreement the thread belongs to) is written in green.

Viewed message threads are written in gray.


Settings of displayed columns

The  button is used to configure a set of displayed columns. The form of table settings, as exemplified by the master agreement table settings, is presented in Fig. 10.

Fig. 10 – master agreement table settings

 The Show hidden column data checkbox controls the display of unmarked columns in additional table rows. The Displayed columns list defines a set of displayed columns. Closing a form automatically applies the specified settings. The example of a table in case if the Show hidden column data box is unchecked, and some of the Displayed columns checkboxes are unchecked, is shown in Fig. 11.