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Protocol Violation when user password is expired

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I have an application that uses jdbc ( to connect to
an Oracle db (9i). It works fine, except when the user password is
going to expire.

Let me try to explain (sorry my poor english): my oracle db manages
the users passwords, and this passwords are configured to expire every
90 days. So, when the password are going to expire, oracle asks to
users if they want to change it.

If I try to use a JDBC connection with this user, I receive a protocol

I was taking a look into the jdbc api, but I was not able to find a
way to test the user before I try to use it into the connection.

I don't want to use a user that never goes expired.

Any hints?


Jul 19 '05 #1
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