I need to sync my user database with another user database; the other user database uses SHA1 as hash with USERNAME:PASSWORD as algorithm.
Is there a way to rehash it that I can store it in the database?
Do you have any idea?
It should be possible to edit the user/*/edit form and hash the password on my own and save it afterwards, or am I wrong? If it can work, can you give me any tip on how?
I did a bit reasearch about editing the user_profile_form (for example: Making a username/password syncronization scheme - D7) where I read that
$form_state['values']['pass'] could give me the password in plain text to hash it on my own and insert it into my database.
Afterwards I directly tried to investigate more and tried to displa me the password with
dpm($form_state['values']['pass']);, but I noticed (controlled with
dpm($form, '$form info for $form_id '.$form_id);) that theres no values.
How can I get the plain text password in user_profile_form or is it impossible and only possible in user_register_form (as stated in topic above). In my user_registe_form is no password entered, because I use the method to get a link with E-Mail were you can login one time and change the password with user_profile_form.