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Caché Login Authentication

With Caché Login authentication, Caché verifies the user name and password provided by the user with a user name and password stored in Caché. Caché stores only a hashed version of the password.

On the Edit Definition pages for a Caché Service, Password represents the Caché Login option. Here is the page for %Service_Console:

generated description: cachelogin 20131

You can specify your own pattern for valid passwords on the System-wide Security Parameters page (click [Home] > [System Administration] > [Security] > [System Security] > [System-wide Security Parameters]) on the Management Portal.

generated description: passwordpattern 20152

The default patterns are:

  • 3.32ANP: Default for minimal and normal security installations. Passwords must have between 3 and 32 characters. Characters can be alphanumeric or punctuation.

  • 8.32ANP: Default for locked down security installations. Passwords must have between 8 and 32 characters. Characters can be alphanumeric or punctuation.

Note:

To learn more about patterns in Caché, read Pattern Matching in the Operators and Expressions section of Using Caché ObjectScript.