Adding a Security Override for the User Building Packages

Starting with Tools Release you can use long database passwords. You must perform the software update process with the Security Server turned on if you are using long database passwords. The system user passwords must be changed using P98OWSEC or P98LPSEC and you must add security overrides to all data sources prior to applying ESUs with the Security Server turned on.

Add security overrides for the following:

• System – 920

• Object Librarian – 920

• Data Dictionary – 920

• Business Data, Control Tables and Versions for each environment

For example Business Data – TEST, Control Tables – Test, Versions – DV920

Note: You cannot specify a password longer than 10 characters if using the [DSPWD] section in the jde.ini.

To add a security override for the user who will be building packages:

  1. On Work with User Security, enter the User ID for the previously defined data source, such as JDE, and then click the Find button.

  2. From the Form menu, select Add Data Source.

  3. On Add Data Source, complete these fields:

    • User ID

    • Data Source

    • System User

  4. Follow the above steps to add security overrides for each data source, such as Central Objects - xxx, System - xxx, and Data Dictionary - xxx.

  5. When you are finished, sign out of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and restart the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne server so these necessary changes will take effect.