Bulk and Individual Password Reset For Oracle E-Business ( EBS ) Users

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Bulk and Individual Password Reset For Oracle E-Business ( EBS ) Users

Compatible Versions

Oracle EBS 12.1.x , 12.2.x

Oracle Database 11.x or higher

 

Requirements

Oracle EBS Clone Procedure

Bulk Password Reset for EBS Users

Individual Password Reset For EBS Users

 

Solution

Individual User Password Reset

DECLARE
   l_ret_val     BOOLEAN;
   l_user_name   VARCHAR2 (50) := '&USER_NAME';
   l_new_pwd     VARCHAR2 (20) := '&PASSWORD';
BEGIN
   l_ret_val :=
      fnd_user_pkg.changepassword (username      => l_user_name,
                                   newpassword   => l_new_pwd);
   IF l_ret_val
   THEN
      DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE ('Password Changed Successfully');
      COMMIT;
   ELSE
      DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE ('Password NOT Changed Successfully');
   END IF;
END;

Bulk Password Reset ( Reset All EBS Users )

 

DECLARE
    /*--Active User Lists */
    CURSOR C_EBSUSERS IS
    SELECT
        USER_ID,
        USER_NAME,
        START_DATE,
        END_DATE,
        EMPLOYEE_ID
    FROM
        APPLSYS.FND_USER
    WHERE 1=1 
        AND NVL(END_DATE, SYSDATE) > SYSDATE-1 /*Inactive users will not be listed.*/
        AND EMPLOYEE_ID IS NOT NULL /* --Users which doesn’t have employee id will not be listed*/
        --AND USER_NAME = 'EBSUSER' ;  /*--To test you can use few users but comment this condition to reset all user*/  
    L_USER_COUNT NUMBER; 
    L_RETURN_VALUE     BOOLEAN;
    L_NEW_PASSWORD VARCHAR2(4000) := 'Tomato98123';   /*--Enter any password you want for all users*/
BEGIN
    L_USER_COUNT:= 0;
    FOR CREC_EBSUSERS IN C_EBSUSERS
    LOOP
        L_USER_COUNT := L_USER_COUNT + 1;
        BEGIN
            L_RETURN_VALUE :=
            FND_USER_PKG.CHANGEPASSWORD /*--Without asking old password, It will reset all user’s pass */
            (
                USERNAME      => CREC_EBSUSERS.USER_NAME,
                NEWPASSWORD   => L_NEW_PASSWORD
            );
            IF L_RETURN_VALUE
            THEN
                 DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(L_USER_COUNT || ' Password Changed Successfully for ' || CREC_EBSUSERS.USER_NAME );       
                COMMIT;
            ELSE
                DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(L_USER_COUNT || ' Password NOT Changed Successfully for ' || CREC_EBSUSERS.USER_NAME );   
            END IF;
        EXCEPTION WHEN OTHERS 
        THEN
            DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(L_USER_COUNT || ' - User_Name: ' || CREC_EBSUSERS.USER_NAME || ' - Status: API_ERROR - ERROR_MESSAGE: ' || SQLERRM);  
        END;
    END LOOP;
EXCEPTION WHEN OTHERS THEN
DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('Plsql_Error: ' || SQLERRM);    
END;

 


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About Cihan Gedik

I am currently working as Senior Oracle Application Database Administrator. I have experienced many EBS database upgrade, migrations, Fresh EBS installations, Solaris to Linux, Windows to Linux replatform migration projects in medium and large companies and also experienced core database migration projects for one of the biggest bank of Katar. With my colleagues we decided to run this platform to share our knowledge

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