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User Locked in SAP

Lock user (unlock)

lock - is  a record in the field  uflag, "0" - the user is not locked,

To Unlock - need to switch field  uflag to "0":

Locked
SQL> select uflag from sapsr3.usr02 where mandt='000' and bname='SAP*';

     UFLAG
----------
       128
Not locked:
SQL> select uflag from sapsr3.usr02 where mandt='431' and bname='USERNAME';

     UFLAG
----------
         0
Unlocking:
SQL> update sapsr3.usr02 set uflag='0' where mandt='000' and bname='DDIC';

1 row updated.

SQL> commit work;




UNLOCK your self
update sapr3.usr02 set uflag='0' where mandt='830' and bname='USER'; 
commit work;

RESET PASSWORD PROCESS:

SQL> select bcode, passcode from sapsr3.usr02 where mandt='000' and bname= 'DDIC';

BCODE            PASSCODE
---------------- ----------------------------------------
EF82F150AB6136BF 6BBFC576AC43020521E2206DBC1A0421A43E91C4

SQL> update sapsr3.usr02 set bcode='11FAF9DD879FE537',
passcode='ECB96161D5BDA8E04CE52AC886DEF5CD318869AE' where mandt='000' and bname='DDIC';

IF DATE EXPIRED:

SQL> select PWDCHGDATE from sapr3.usr02 where mandt='830' and bname='USERNAME';

PWDCHGDATE
------------------------
20190227

SQL> update sapr3.usr02 set PWDCHGDATE='20190728' where mandt='830' and bname='USERNAME';

1 row updated.


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