Firstly are you using Standard authentication or Windows authentication for Knowledge Center? If you are using windows authentication you can leave the password field blank in the text file or give some initial passowrd (incase it is not able to accept the blank field). For standard authentication you can use the option where users can "" and ""
Thanks for the suggestions,
After demonstrating the issue to Oracle Support they opened a severity 2 bug for the same. Thanks to Oracle Support and Developers who provided me with a patch quickly. You can find these details in Oracle Knowledge Base with ID 18328709. Just apply the patch on the existing installation and password will start working after import.
Thanks for sharing the information.
However, when reading the article, Oracle says
"Cause of issue is software related.
The issue happens when importing from a text file. The User Import Utlity makes all passwords lower case. If the password field contains upper case letter, the User is not able to log in after import. Issue does not occur when importing from Excel or Active Directory"
but in your post the password mentioned it as "user01" which is all in lower case. Were you able to identify this with Oracle?
thanks and regards,
You are right in saying 'The issue happens when importing from a text file. The User Import Utlity makes all passwords lower case.'
Oracle accepted this as a bug and provided me with patch Oracle Knowledge Base with ID 18328709. and the issue is resolved.
Thanks and Regards,
Thanks for sharing the KB ID.