SAP, the world’s largest business software maker, is losing one of its two CEOs and leaving Bill McDermott to rule them all. The German giant said co-CEO Jim Hagemann Snabe will be shifting to the SAP supervisory board pending a shareholder election at next May's AGM. Snabe said in a statement on the news: “I have decided that …
Unrelated rant but seriously SAP only allows passwords with a maximum of 8 characters in length (at least what my company said about our system)? What is this 1987?
you must still have a older system. recent systems allow much longer password than before.
My guess is a fairly significant number of installs out in the wild have the same problem (what with most companies being cheap and all). It actually wasn't changed to allow longer passwords until fairly recently in enterprise software terms.
Hagemann Snabe joined SAP, founded 1976, in 1990.
For sure he didn't found SAP..
writing application right now!
Tis a setting in the system that allows you to adjust password length (unless you are on an older unsupported SAP system). Probably never changed as it was "to much hassle" to get users to change their passwords when the system was upgraded
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