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Password verification in 8.1.7

If you created a password verification function and it is attached to your user profile, then a user cannot change his password by altering user in Oracle 8.1.7. You will get an error as follows:

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SamSQL :> Connect scott/tiger sid817 SamSQL :> alter user scott identified by "sameer2,3"; alter user scott identified by "sameer2,3" * ERROR at line 1: ORA-28003: password verification for the specified password failed

The error ORA-28003 says password verification failed, although the password which you are supplying is according to function.

The solution for this is as follows: First, connect as SYS. Assuming that you have a password verification function called VARIFY_FUNCTION, you need to issue:

Create public synonym VARIFY_FUNCTION for SYS.VARIFY_FUNCTION;

sid817 SamSQL :> Connect scott/tiger
sid817 SamSQL :> alter user scott identified by "sameer2,3";
User altered.

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This was first published in May 2001

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