ORACLEPLSQL wrote:Exactly what did you install and how?
hi i have installed oracle 11g
may i know username and password please..??
814081 wrote:Part of Oracle install asks you to choose passwords. You had to remember them/write them down. Anyway, you could login as oracle owner and run orapwd. Then you will be able to
Im having the same problem
connect / as sysdbaThen you will be able to change passwords of any Oracle user.
814081 wrote:orapwd is not a GUI utility. You need to run it from command window:
I ran orapwd but it comes and goes in a flash.....
orapwd Usage: orapwd file=<fname> password=<password> entries=<users> force=<y/n> nosysdba=<y/n> where file - name of password file (mand), password - password for SYS (mand), entries - maximum number of distinct DBA, force - whether to overwrite existing file (opt), nosysdba - whether to shut out the SYSDBA logon (opt for Database Vault only ). There are no spaces around the equal-to (=) character.
i dont know how my username became 'system' though i never used the word during the whole installationSYS and SYSTEM (amongst others) are default accounts created during installation. The installer prompts you for passwords. You can also use
to connect as SYS if you are the person that installed Oracle. (There are a load of authentication options that I'm not too familiar with as I'm not a DBA, but I'm guessing you won't have used them if you just installed Oracle on your PC.) Once you are connected as a DBA user, you can create your own user and log on as that.
sqlplus / as sysdba
Let me know if we type password in sql plus we see absolutely nothing coz i had an impression that my keyboard not working in password field...There's no 'password field' in SQL*Plus 11g. Did you mean SQL Developer?