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Expire Users Automatically after Inactivity
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Is there any built-in functionality to automatically expire a user after they have been inactive in Oracle Financials? For example, if a user has not signed in for 90 days, we would like to have them automatically locked out requiring a sysadmin to reactivate them. Thank you.
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(12-16-2010, 08:11 PM)admin Wrote: Is there any built-in functionality to automatically expire a user after they have been inactive in Oracle Financials? For example, if a user has not signed in for 90 days, we would like to have them automatically locked out requiring a sysadmin to reactivate them. Thank you.

this functionality is not natively available with EBS, but can easily be achieved by programming a periodic alert.

An alert on FND_USER table to check for LAST_LOGIN_DATE should work, with a call to FND_USER_PKG to end-date the user account if needed
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