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Snippet Name: USERS: Alter a user

Description: Change a user's password.

Also see:
» USER - connection information
» USER - User Information 2
» USER idle time
» USER Information
» USER active connected users
» USER memory use
» USER - Connected Users
» USER - drop user
» USER - misc queries and commands
» USER system authentication
» USER lock account
» USER password expiration
» USER profile
» USER tablespace quota
» USER temp tablespace
» USER tablespace
» USER password
» USERS: view specific user info
» USERS: view currently connected users
» USERS: view all active users
» USERS: Drop users
» USERS: Lock and Unlock accounts
» USERS: Proxy Users
» USERS: Grant tablespace access
» USERS: CREATE USER w/ authentication
» USERS: Creating Users
» CREATE USER
» Drop User example
» Create User example
» Create User

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Language: PL/SQL
Highlight Mode: PLSQL
Last Modified: March 09th, 2009

ALTER USER <user_name>
IDENTIFIED BY <new_password>;
 
-- for example: 
ALTER USER mike
IDENTIFIED BY "my N3W p#assword";


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