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How to identify and change the keystore password in EBS

adkeystore.dat  is the Keystore file that is used to sign jar files on the server. Here in this post, we will find out how to identify the password of the keystore and if you are planning to create a new Keystore and wish to change the password, then how to change those passwords.

How to Identify the Keystore Password in EBS

Run the below code while connecting to the EBS Database using the “apps” username

SQL> set serveroutput on
declare
spass varchar2(30);
kpass varchar2(30);
begin
ad_jar.get_jripasswords(spass, kpass);
dbms_output.put_line(spass);
dbms_output.put_line(kpass);
end;
/

This will output the passwords in the following order:

store password (spass):
key password (kpass):

These passwords will be used while importing the intermediate certs and jar signing certs

How to change the Keystore Password in EBS

If required, you can change your Keystore passwords by running the two commands below and entering your new password when prompted. The new password must be at least six (6) chars long. It is advisable to change the password before we create the key pair

Change your keystore (store) password
Run the following command substituting the values in bold as applicable:

$ adjkey -storepasswd

Enter the APPS username:
Enter the APPS password:

Enter the new keystore password:

Change your key password
Run the following command substituting the values in bold as applicable:

$ adjkey -keypasswd

Enter the APPS username:
Enter the APPS password:

Enter the new key password:

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