Re: Autostarting wallet question.

From: Charles Schultz <>
Date: Wed, 20 May 2015 09:58:10 -0500
Message-ID: <>

Just to circle back on this topic.

I have been creating "local" wallets and using them on remote machines just fine. I did find one peculiarity that I filed as a bug, though. Since I was testing with "simple" passwords, I discovered that the "alter system" way of creating a key has a completely different password complexity check than does orapki. For instance,

this will work:
alter system set encryption key identified by ora11g;

this will not:
orapki wallet create -wallet $ORACLE_BASE/admin/$ORACLE_SID/wallet -auto_login_local -pwd ora11g

PKI-01002: Invalid password:Passwords must have a minimum length of eight characters and contain alphabetic characters combined with numbers or special characters.

Obviously, not a big deal, just an annoyance. :)

On Thu, Mar 12, 2015 at 3:13 PM, Jeremy Schneider <> wrote:

> On Thu, Mar 12, 2015 at 3:09 PM, Charles Schultz <>
> wrote:
> > I am just trying to find my way. :) I do not yet know the difference
> between
> > a "regular auto login wallet" and a "local wallet". I assume the former
> is
> > an SSO and the latter a PK1, but what makes it "local" vs not local?
> pre-11gR2 style auto login:
> - orapki wallet create -auto_login
> -
> 11gR2 *local* auto login:
> - orapki wallet create -auto_login_local
> -
> --

Charles Schultz

Received on Wed May 20 2015 - 16:58:10 CEST

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