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E1: SEC: Frequently Asked Questions for Long User ID And Password Feature In Tools Release 9.2 (Doc ID 2071354.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 25, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


As with releases prior to EnterpriseOne Tools 9.2, out of the box, EnterpriseOne user IDs and Passwords are limited to a maximum of 10 characters. Starting with EnterpriseOne Tools 9.2, administrators have the option to enable the Long User ID and Password feature. This document contains information and most commonly asked questions related to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Long User ID and Password in 9.2 release.

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Questions and Answers
 Question 1 - How to Enable Long User ID Feature in Tools 9.2.x ?
 Question 2 - How to Enable Long Password Feature in Tools 9.2.x?
 Question 3 - When enabling Long Password feature in 9.2, is there some type of padding for the user ids with small password? For example - if the password is abc123, will it become xxxabc123xxx?
 Question 4 - When enabling Long Password feature in 9.2, will 3rd party applications using 10 (or fewer) character passwords encounter issues with any existing or new passwords using 10 characters or less?
 Question 5 - When enabling Long Password feature in 9.2, can two user groups be created separating IDs into those with 10 characters (or fewer) for their passwords from those IDs with greater than 10 character passwords?
 Question 6 - What tables, if any, should be backed-up prior to enabling the Long Password Feature?
 Question 7 - Once enabled, Can long User ID feature introduced with Tools Release be disabled?
 Question 8 - What are the tables that store information about users in JD Edwards?
 Question 9 - Are long passwords also supported in release 9.2 for E1 database proxy users (i.e., for system users)?
 Question 10 -Once long user-ID enabled using P0092L does one need to enable long User ID feature all existing user IDs?
 Question 11 -What are the Steps to associate short User IDs to new long User IDs in bulk?
 Question 12 - Are long user IDs case-sensitive?
 Question 13 - If you accidentally associate a wrong long user ID with a short user ID, how do you correct this?
 Question 14 - Is it possible to have a long password greater than 40 characters?
 Question 15 - Are existing short passwords invalidated when long passwords are enabled?

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