Text Dim connce As Sql Ce Connection = New Sql Ce Connection(Configuration Manager. Text "', '" "WHERE [Customer ID] = @Customer ID" "')" Dim cmd As Sql Ce Command = New Sql Ce Command(sql Command, connce) cmd. Close() Msg Box("Your Password has been chaged.") End Sub I've sorted your brackets and quotes mismatches out, changed the string concatenation operator to & and put an escape in to reduce the possibility of SQL injection vulnerability (if someone puts a single quote in their password, your query will no longer fall over, or worse).
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This article describes how to use the new, optional "decrypt" parameter on [email protected]::get Custom Field Value scripting method to ensure that passwords will be encrypted in the integration agent logs for existing integrations.
Then, having got that parameter value, it can populate the second parameter's dropdown. Ok, this is what I did: I have two parameters, @Sales Rep and @Distributor (both are strings). But the dataset for the distributor parameter is a query as follows: SELECT [Customer Number] AS ID, [Customer Name] AS Name FROM Distributors Where [Sales Representative][email protected] Rep ORDER BY Name Note the dependency on the @Sales Rep parameter.
In the report parameters, make sure that @Sales Rep is ordered above @Distributor.
Note: Oracle Database expects a different timestamp for each resetting of a particular password.
If you reset one password multiple times within one second (for example, by cycling through a set of passwords using a script), then the database may return an error message that the password cannot be reused.