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How to change DB password in SAP Business Object

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Hi

I have a SAP business object XI 3.1 installed, using Oracle RAC as DB with it.  I have changed the password for the database in Oracle, and want to update that password in SAP business obeject's configuration.

Please suggest me how to update the Oracle RAC DB password in SAP business object configuration.

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Ashwani Jain
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Through CCM (central config. manager)
Stop SIA (right click)
Configuratio-modify CMS database config. and audit database config. set here new password
Restart SIA
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