AW: ***SPAM?***:Re: Password-Tool

Sorry,

here are some more informations.

We force our users to change their database password every 45 days =
according to our company rules.
We have implemented the password change mechanism in our own =
application. Our problem is that we have many users using ACCESS or =
EXCEL via ODBC to connect to the database. ACCESS and EXCEL do not habe =
a password change mechanism implemented. The user only get an ORA- error =
when connecting to the database.=20

Most of the user just execute pre-defined report or something else. They =
can't deal with SQL-Plus. So we are looking for a tool to give the user =
the ability to change their password. Ideally this is just an icon to =
click on where the user has to specify his ID, old password, new =
password und instance.

Best regards,
Michael Fleck=20

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Gesendet: Donnerstag, 17. M=E4rz 2005 17:34
An: Oracle-L (E-mail)
Betreff: ***SPAM?***:Re: Password-Tool


> <Michael.Fleck@xxxxxx> wrote:
> > Hi list members,
> >
> > does anyone know a free tool or something else to give the users the =

> > possibility to change their database password without using SQL-Plus =

> > or some other SQL?
On Thu, 17 Mar 2005 16:08:39 +0000, David Sharples =
<davidsharples@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> do it in your application?
>=20

Hardie har har.  ;)

Michael, I think we'll need some more information about your users' =
environment to give recommendations.  For example, are they limited to =
only using a web browser?  Do they have sqlnet/sqlplus on their boxes?  =
Are you able to push files to their boxes?

For example, if the latter two are true, a quick solution is to push a =
simple .bat script that'll prompt for current username/password, new =
password, then do the alter user command for them.  Maybe not a good =
solution, but definitely cheap.

Steven
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