Changing SAP Password for Database
To Changing SAP Password for Database Users Using BRCONNECT
As of Release 6.10, you can
use BRCONNECT to change the passwords for the database users SAP, SYS, or SYSTEM.
By using BRCONNECT, you will have the password for SAP encrypted before storing it in the database.
The Procedure as follows,
You can either change the passwords with BRCONNECT interactively or by using the command line. Interactively
1. Start BRCONNECT with the command:
Brconnect [-u system/] –f chpass –u
2. Enter the new sap password twice for confirmation.
When you change the password interactively, on some platforms you can enter the new password hidden, as long as it is no longer than eight characters.
Using the command line, Enter brconnect [-u system/] –c –f chpass –u –p
- The sap password of the SYSTEM database user. You can use another user with DBA privileges.
- The database user for which the sap password should be changed (for example, SAP).
- The new sap password for the user.
If you omit the -u option, then the logon occurs using SYSTEM with its default sap password.
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