Returns TRUE if the account's password has changed since the account was created, an Oracle Application Express administrator performs a password reset operation that results in a new password being emailed to the account holder, or a user has initiated password reset operation. This function returns FALSE if the account's password has not been changed since either of the events just described.
This function may be run in a page request context by any authenticated user.
APEX_UTIL.PASSWORD_FIRST_USE_OCCURRED ( p_user_name IN VARCHAR2)
Table 35-74 PASSWORD_FIRST_USE_OCCURRED Parameters
The user name of the user account.
The following example shows how to use the
PASSWORD_FIRST_USE_OCCURRED function. Use this function to check if the password for an Application Express user account (workspace administrator, developer, or end user) in the current workspace has been changed by the user the first time the user logged in after the password was initially set during account creation, or was changed by one of the password reset operations described above.This is meaningful only with accounts for which the
CHANGE_PASSWORD_ON_FIRST_USE attribute is set to Yes.
BEGIN FOR c1 IN (SELECT user_name from apex_users) LOOP IF APEX_UTIL.PASSWORD_FIRST_USE_OCCURRED(p_user_name => c1.user_name) THEN htp.p('User:'||c1.user_name||' has logged in and updated the password.'); END IF; END LOOP; END;