Sometimes You can get “ORA-28049: the password has expired ” error.
Details of error are as follows.
ORA-28049: the password has expired
Check the users which users are expired.
SQL> SELECT username, account_status FROM dba_users WHERE ACCOUNT_STATUS LIKE '%EXPIRED%';
You can solve this error by using its existing password or with new password as follows.
ALTER USER USERNAME IDENTIFIED BY PASSWORD; SQL> ALTER USER MEHMET IDENTIFIED BY DEVECI; User altered.
Find the related profile and change profile PASSWORD_LIFE_TIME to UNLIMITED as follows.
select * from dba_profiles where RESOURCE_NAME LIKE ‘PASSWORD_LIFE_TIME’;
SQL> ALTER PROFILE DEFAULT LIMIT PASSWORD_LIFE_TIME UNLIMITED; Profile altered. SQL>
You can recover and fix all users in the database that can get the same error using and executing the following script.
DECLARE CURSOR c IS SELECT us.name, us.spare4 FROM user$ us JOIN dba_users du ON u.name=du.username WHERE du.account_status='EXPIRED(GRACE)'; BEGIN FOR v IN c LOOP EXECUTE IMMEDIATE 'ALTER USER ' || v.name || ' IDENTIFIED BY VALUES ''' || v.spare4 || ''''; END LOOP; END; /
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