Forgot Password Functionality In Peoplesoft

Posted By admin On 23/08/21

PeopleSoft/Oracle Best Practice is all objects are migrated. The official PS migration path for these objects is DEV TST PRD. The Security Admin in Prod should have read only. This is not a hardship on a security Admin. Save and re-set an Oracle user password. Question: I need be able to sign-on with my end-users accounts to test the functionality of their application.I know that I can change their password, sign-on, do my testing, and then expire their password, but I don't want to unnecessarily force them my users to change their passwords.

Forgot Password Functionality In Peoplesoft

Forgot Password feature helps the PeopleSoft users to reset their PeopleSoft password. This helps the Users by reducing the wait time for the Security administrator to change the password in the system. Forgot Password feature will not be enabled by default during PeopleSoft installation. Password protection is the most common way to protect data in computer systems, including Oracle 12c. This truth applies to bank ATMs, websites, and of course your Oracle database. Password protection helps establish identity. Passing this verification is the first step in showing you’re a trusted member of the club. Nowadays when you create the.

Last updated on JULY 21, 2020

Remarkable desktop app maccleverwars

Forgot Password Functionality In Peoplesoft

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise PT PeopleTools - Version 8.55 and later
Forgot Password Functionality In PeoplesoftInformation in this document applies to any platform.


When using the 'Forgot My Password' password reset functionality (MAINTAIN_SECURITY.EMAIL_PSWD.GBL) in an 8.55.08 environment, the OPERPSWD filed is not updated. The PTOPERPSWDV2 and OPERPSWDSALT fields are getting updated fine. This causes an issue for the 8.54.22 environment that receives the IB message to update the PSOPRDEFN record for the OPRID. What happens is that the 8.54 environment gets the OPERPSWDSALT field updated on the PSOPRDEFN table, but the OPERPSWD field does not change. This causes the OPRID to be unable to login to the 8.54 environment with the new (or even the old) password. This is because the OPERPSWDSALT that resides in the PSOPRDEFN is not the salt that was used to generate the OPERPSWD field value.
Environment info
tools :8.55.08
Os :Linux


To view full details, sign in with your My Oracle Support account.

Don't have a My Oracle Support account? Click to get started!

In this Document

Forgot Password Functionality In Peoplesoft


Peoplesoft Forgot Password Setup


How To Change Peoplesoft Password

My Oracle Support provides customers with access to over a million knowledge articles and a vibrant support community of peers and Oracle experts.