The Lock Screen pattern is commonly used on the device to allow access to the home screen and applications. It also provides a secure method to access information and perform transactions within an application. The primary Screen Lock is a passcode or sometimes call PIN, but additional methods include swipe (not secure), pattern or password. This pattern describes how an user can add application-specific access with or without Internet connection and set the threshold for inactivity before you are prompted for it as an additionally security measure without Signing Out the application. There are the key elements for this pattern:
- Enable Screen Lock
- Change Screen Lock
- Forget Screen Lock or Sign Out
Appearance characteristics for this pattern.
- Branding: In general follow Sign In pattern.
- Title: Provide a short title (e.g., New Passcode, Change Passcode).
- Dots: Passcodes and passwords display dots/
- Error Message: Provide short error messages (e.g., Please try again).
- Keypad: Use numeric keypads.
- Delete: Ability to clear last entered keypad number)
- Instructional Text: Provide short instructions (e.g. Enter new passcode. Re-enter passcode, Forgot passcode or Sign out).
Common behaviors for this pattern.
This is not for replacing the Device security on Lock Screen such as Touch ID, Swipe, Signature, Pattern, PIN, or Password. This is for adding extra security, that you can require a four-digit passcode to be entered anytime the Oracle Mobile app is launched. This way, you'll know your Mobile app is safe even if your smartphone or tablet falls into the wrong hands.
- Turn On Passcode: Set a new passcode on an application.
- Select the Settings and navigate to the Security section for Passcode and Touch/Fingerprint ID.
- Tap on Passcode Lock.
- Tap Turn Passcode On.
- Enter and confirm your new passcode.
- Default Require Passcode time is Immediately. (Options for the Require Passcode panel are Immediately, After 1 minute, After 2 minutes, After 5 minutes, After 10 minutes, After 15 minutes)
- On each return, the user will be prompted to enter the passcode.
- Your device will be signed out from the application if there are certain consecutive failed attempts, or user chooses to select Forgot Passcode (Sign Out).
- When Signing out, it will delete all locally store data and sign in information. Note: Passcode has no expiration
- Turn Off Passcode: To turn off Passcode, just go to the Passcode Lock settings again. Switch the On'Off Switch UI and/or then enter the 4 digit passcode to turn it off.
- Change Passcode: To change your passcode, just go to the Passcode Lock settings again. Enter the 4 digit passcode and enter new and confirm passcode again.
- Forgot passcode (also as Sign Out): To reset for Oracle Mobile app, It is the same as Sign Out. It will removed all your account and downloaded data from this device but remain on the server.
Usage guidelines for this pattern.
- Setup extra security level to protect your Oracle data on these applications
- Passcode do not replace your login account password
- Passcode has no expiration
- Passcode only affect the application within each device
- Passcode can turn on your applications with or without internet.
- Used On: Phone, Tablet
- Also Called: Access Code, App Lock, Passcode, PIN Lock, Passkey, Password
- Related Components: Button, Image, Link, Text
- Related Patterns: Biometric ID, Sign In, Splash
- Resources: None