Looking for my Oracle 10g username and password

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I need my Oracle 10g user name & password. Just now, I installed Oracle 10g software. Can anybody help me in this case?

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Open the Database Home Page login window On Windows, from the Start menu, select Programs or All Programs then Oracle Database 10g Express Edition, and then Go To Database Home Page On Linux, click the Application menu on Gnome or the K menu on KDE then point to Oracle Database 10g Express Edition, and then Go To Database Home Page At the Database Home Page login window, enter the following information Username: Enter system for the user name Password: Enter the password that was specified when Oracle Database XE was installed Click Login The Oracle Database XE home page appears

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Actually what is the exact problem, I could not understand here!  U know the u/p as scott/tiger, so what's next! Without knowing all details like what oracle i.e. client /server u installed now. In which OS and how u connect this oracle also necessary to disclose here. R u face problem to creating use.... just guess, though u can navigate here, if u will get some help:
    http://docs.oracle.com/cd/B19306_01/server.102/b14200/statements_8003.htm
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  • Genderhayes

    Your username is stored in plain text but the password information is stored as a hash.  When you log in, your password is concatenated to the end of your username and that larger string is then hashed and compared that to the stored hash.if they match then you have a valid password. Hashing isn't a reversible operation; but encryption is The ramifications of this are simple: since you can't reverse a hash, you can't extract the password from a hash; but, if the password is encrypted it could possibly be unencrypted albeit with difficulty, but still possible

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