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3128917 - Value of lastlogindate in syslogins is newer than the date the password of the login was expired - SAP ASE


  • The value of lastlogindate column in syslogins for an expired login is newer than the date the password of that login was expired.

    This is seen in a scenario where a login password was updated, for example, on Aug 30 with a password expiration policy of 90 days.
    After > 90 days have passed and with the password still expired, the lastlogindate in syslogins shows a value that is later than Nov 30, which is when the 90 days were up.

  • A login attempt returns message:

    The password has expired, but you are still allowed to log in. You must change your password before you can continue. If a login trigger is set, it will not be executed.



SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) 16.0


SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise 16.0


KBA , BC-SYB-ASE , Sybase ASE Database Platform (non Business Suite) , How To

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