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You have to connect as SYSADM user into database and change it.
SQL> alter user OIM_SCHEMA identified by NEWPWD;
I hope this helps you.
Thanks for the reply.
I need to do this for all the schema created by rcu initially or if I do it for DEV_OIM user it will be fine.
You will need to change password for all the schema used by OIM.
Because when configuring in later step, you will have to enter password for all the schema. Looks like you forgot password for all the schema. If yes, then change password via command provided by Thiago.
Do I need to do any other configuration changes after changing the password from command line.
I am asking this because when we configure OIM domain we use to give rcu password which I will be changing now, so do i need to do any other steps after changing the rcu password or it will work without any issue.
It should work without any issue if you change the password for all schemas you created using rcu.
While creating domain, make sure you are giving correct details about the schemas along with the new password.
Do I need to create a new domain. I am already having a working domain and I need to extend that domain.
So wanted to recheck if changing the password will affect the existing OIM domain.
Even if you change password of schemas you used in existing domain, all servers exist in the current domain will work without any issue.
I just tested this for you successfully in my local vm.
OIM server doesn't started after changing the password from sql command.
We need to do an extra step to change the password of all the oim schema deployed in weblogic. After changing the password, restart all the servers.
Change the JDBC data source password to match where the repository username and password is defined for Webllogic.