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E1: SEC: Login Requires Upper Case Password Even After Setting LowerCase Password. (Doc ID 2186393.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 18, 2022

Applies to:

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


All passwords are being set to uppercase, regardless of being set through admin or users.

This issue only affects some Users.

Unfortunately, logs for this issue are not highly applicable, as the messages returned are the same as for invalid passwords.

However, The process below should prove this is the issue.


1. Setting a known lowercase password for a user affected

2. Attempt to Login with that password - Login should fail

3. Attempt to Login with that password in UpperCase - Login should succeed


In addition, within F98OWSEC, the LP flag is set for the user. 


This information in this document may be of relevance: E1: SEC: How to Enable Long Password Feature for Users Without Forcing Users to Type Their Passwords All in UPPERCASE (Doc ID 2844811.1)



 Long User feature has been toggled.


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