Apex.item()Validation Message Gets the current validation message Matt is an experienced APEX solution designer having designed numerous complex systems using a broad range of Oracle Technologies.Building on his previous experience of Oracle Forms & PL/SQL, he is entirely focused on providing functionally rich APEX solutions.apex.Errors Shows any errors in the stack; or can be used to push errors in an object to the page.

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It’s best to give an example to get an idea what is what Expectation is a set of the expected value(s), actual values(s) and the matcher(s) to run on those values.

Matcher is defining the comparison operation to be performed on expected and actual values.

SQL @profiles F = Failed Login Attempts T = Password reuse time S = Sessions per user L = Password Lock Time M = Pasword Reuse Max G = Password Grace Time L = Password Life Time V = Password verify function name USER Profile F T S L M G L V================================================================================SYSTEM DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLSYS DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLCCKEY DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLPFTEST DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLLOG4 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLUSERGRANT1 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLUSERGRANT3 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLATKD DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLZULIA DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLSHAREDDBA DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLATKR DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLDBACLIENT1 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLSEED DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLUSER02 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLUSER03 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLORABLOGDBA DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLHH DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLCCADMIN DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLBOF_SCHEMA DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLORABLOG_SCHE DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLDEV01 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLDEV02 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLBILL DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLTKT_DEV DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLERIC DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLVU DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLFEED01 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLTKT DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLPETE DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLILO DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLTKT_TEST DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLVA DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLEMIL DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLDBAUSER DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLdev.xx();-- DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLUSER01 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLVB DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLUSER07 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLSFTK DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLCORE DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLUSER04 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLUSERGRANT2 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLBATCH01 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLJIM DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLSQL92 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLDBACLIENT2 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLATK DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLRISK01 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLDEV03 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLATKA DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLUSER05 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLUU DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLUSER06 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLDEV DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLFRED DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLJSON DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLBACK01 DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLFACADM DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLORABLOG DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLOUTLN DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLOLAPSYS DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLOWBSYS DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLORDPLUGINS DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLXDB DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLOWBSYS_AUDIT DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLAPPQOSSYS DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLORDSYS DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLSI_INFORMTN_ DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLCTXSYS DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLORDDATA DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLWMSYS DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLMDSYS DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLSPATIAL_WFS_ DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLMDDATA DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLORACLE_OCM DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLSPATIAL_CSW_ DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULLXS$NULL DEFAULT 10 U U 1 U 7 180 NULL================================================================================USER Profile F T S L M G L VPL/SQL procedure successfully completed.

SQLSo even though I have designed profiles in my database and even thought about the fact that the DEFAULT profile should take on the strongest settings of all other profiles as you can see no user has got a new profile in my database. So if we have specified good profiles and we have written good solid verify or complexity functions and added them to our profiles then we could be sure that end users have set strong and in this example passwords of the correct length - OR CAN WE?

Remaining on compatibility mode 5.1 is advantageous but the methods of opting out are not always immediately obvious to the developer.

This two phased validation approach is causing a point of discussion on the Explorer development department and various development consultants are pro and against the change.

I’ll purposely omit the Interactive Grid examples as these are already covered in the Sample Interactive Grid Packaged Application and covered in much more detail on the Explorer APEX 5.1 Interactive Grid course.

Click for the demo Application https://apex.oracle.com/pls/apex/f? p=107625 Whilst watching; please bear in mind, I’m only using a handful of Java Script APIs validate A bit of a misleading title; It will perform pattern and required validaitons; but not any more complex validations such as the lose focus examples.

Q: Can I validate the length of a password in the Oracle database from the password hash?