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Set the password for the user "SYSTEM" and "SAPR3"

Hi!

I would like to know how to know and to set the password for the user "SYSTEM" and "SAPR3".

Unfortunately the standard passwords "manage" and "sapr3" do not apply and have been changed.

What is the usual way to change the password?

I use SOLMAN 4.0 with Oracle 10 on Solaris Unix...

Thank you very much!

regards

Thom

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    Jun 03, 2008 at 09:26 AM

    Hi,

    use brtools to update the password for the sapr3 user.

    brtools update also R3 intern tables which stored the password.

    For oracle users its also recomended,

    bu you can change the password per native sql

    alter user xxx identified by yyyy

    Uwe

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      to change the password for SAPR3 you should use the following command:

      > brconnect -u system/<syst_pwd> -f chpass -o SAPR3 -p <new_sap_pwd>

      I assume that the OPS$ user is configured, if not you will not be able to connect to SAP

      (see note 361641 and/or 50088)

      As you can see you need to know the system password.

      to change the system password you can do the following:

      > sqlplus "/ as sysdba"

      > alter user system indentified by <new_system_pwd>