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Lock/Deactivate account using PROFILE, if not used for 30 days

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Hello,
    Using Profile, I want to disable/deactivate/lock an Oracle user ID If not used for 30 days.
    Is it possible using Profile? If not any other option to accomplish the same?

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the profile itself won't disable the account but you can turn on auditting and then use a dbms_job or dbms_scheduler process to monitor dba_audit_trail and deactivate any accounts that show no recent activity.
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