Re: Internal password

From: Howard J. Rogers <>
Date: Thu, 14 Mar 2002 06:27:24 +1100
Message-ID: <a6o97g$rc1$>

[Quoted] alter user sys identified by whatever.

Internal is just a keyword that means 'log me on as SYS with sysdba privileges'. Therefore, by altering SYS's password, you modify internal's.

[Quoted] However, the 'internal" keyword is deprecated from Oracle 8.0 onwards, and disappears completely in 9i, so the correct form of log on is 'connect sys/whatever as sysdba'.


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"Laurent Boutet" <> wrote in message

> Hi !
> How do I change the Internal password ?????
> Thanks in advance
> Laurent
Received on Wed Mar 13 2002 - 20:27:24 CET

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