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Message Posted: Wed, 18 Jun 2003 @ 11:57:33 GMT
By default, the Teradata ODBC driver intercepts the "password expired" message and displays a user-friendly form which says that the password has expired and the user is prompted to enter a new one twice. Click "OK" and the 'modify user' sql command is sent to Teradata.
I believe that this option can be disabled by switching the "Run in quiet mode" option on.
You don't specifically mention them, but for native CLI applications, the program has to intercept the "password expired" message and provide the same capability. Beware though that if a CLi application places calls to dbcprims.dll from @ tuf600 to ttu700 then the "password expired" message is not passed back. This is apparently fixed in ttu700, but I haven't tested that yet.
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