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How to find out on what date oracle users have changed their password lastly ?

Posted on 2006-10-19
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I am trying to find out when the users in my ORACLE database have changed their passwords lastly. Basically, i want to find out when they changed their passwords for the last time ( recently changed date ).

Any data dictionary views or v$ views which we can query and get this information.

Waiting to hear from you experts !!

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SELECT   name "Username", ptime "Password Changed"
FROM     SYS.user$
WHERE    type# = 1
ORDER BY ptime DESC;
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I will verify the above and get back to you.

Thanks

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ploubier, Thanks for your help.
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You're welcome !
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