PCP not getting applied

Document ID : KB000098964
Last Modified Date : 06/06/2018
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Issue:
After upgrading CA PAM to either release 3.0.2 or 3.0.3, target accounts passwords are not showing the expiration date even if there is a Password Composition Policy (PCP) applied to the target application. 

Target Account view after the upgrade:
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View of the Target Application with the Password Composition Policy set.
Target Application Settings
"ExpirationPCP" Password Composition Policy settings:
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Environment:
CA PAM version 3.0.2 and version 3.0.3.
Cause:
This is a known bug due to a java file that is not refreshing the view in the GUI and it has been reported. 

However, even if the changes are not reflected in the GUI, they are implemented.

You can validate the target account status after running the "Accounts with Expired Passwords" Report. Please follow these steps:

1) Go to Credentials >> Reports >> Run
2) Select "Accounts with Expired Passwords" and run the report to see if the account (or accounts) -members of the Target Application -has expired. 
Resolution:
The hotfix is included in release 3.1.1, 3.1.2 and 3.2.
If you can't upgrade to these releases, please open a support case.