Hi, I have a database that was done unload / reload and the individual who made the option selected case sensitive. Now how do I change case sensitive password for off? Set casesentitivepassword = off ??

asked 22 May '13, 09:24

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edited 22 May '13, 21:00

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Except in very, very old versions of SQLAnywhere, passwords are always case sensitive: http://dcx.sybase.com/index.html#sa160/en/dbusage/thdbcs.html

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answered 22 May '13, 09:29

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Where "very, very old" means "v9 or older", IIRC...

Note: When unloading such a very, very old and case-insensitive database into a new version, existing passwords will remain case-insensitive even in the new version (until you modify them, of course) - cf. the help.

(22 May '13, 09:55) Volker Barth
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Thank you. It was older than I cared to research because the oldest version on dcx was case-sensitive. :)

(22 May '13, 09:58) John Smirnios

Well, I regularly have to cope with even much older versions than those very, very old ones...:)

(22 May '13, 10:00) Volker Barth

John is correct except that passwords reloaded from an old database with case-insensitive passwords are still case-insensitive. Once those passwords are changed, they will become case-sensitive.

(22 May '13, 18:09) Graeme Perrow
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It that not what I had already mentioned in my comment? Or have I missed a subtle difference?

(23 May '13, 03:19) Volker Barth
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Yes, that's exactly what you had in your comment. I just wanted to... um... I thought I should... It was really... OK, I got nothing. Total fail on my part.

(23 May '13, 08:51) Graeme Perrow

Thanks for the clarification - and w.r.t. feeling "very, very old" - been there, too:)

(23 May '13, 09:52) Volker Barth
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