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http://localhost.localdomain:7777/isqlplus

http://localhost.localdomain:7777/isqlplus still not working
What I get is this:
Connection refused when attempting to connect to localhost.
Is there any serious ORACLE Guru in here who can help me?


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Re: http://localhost.localdomain:7777/isqlplus

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http://localhost.localdomain:7777/isqlplus still not working
What I get is this:
Connection refused when attempting to connect to localhost.
Is there any serious ORACLE Guru in here who can help me?


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remove 7777 and try this link
http://localhost.localdomain/isqlplus

make sure ur Apache servser is started
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Enumerate all the items which must be functioning for this operation to succeed and the verify each one is in fact operational.

Is a database actually installed?
Is the database actually operational?
Is Apache installed?
Is Apache operational?
Upon which port Apache is listening?

http://metalink.oracle.com/metalink/...&p_id=185707.1


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Red face http://localhost.locadomain:7777/isqlplus

I tried everything like below
http://localhost.locadomain:7777/isqlplus
http://localhost.locadomain/isqlplus
http:/127.0.0.1/isqlplus
http:/127.0.0.1:7777/isqlplus
http:/127.0.0.1:7778/isqlplus
http:/127.0.0.1:7778
but didnt work, I believe that the problem is somewhere else.
When I try this:http://localhost.locadomain or http:/127.0.0.1, I get a web page that says...if your the administrator and seeing this page....blah blah blah...grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr


I have a database that is installed and running fine
I can connect to it using SQLPLUS and WORKSHEET.
Apache is there, I start it and close it with apachetcl1 start/stop
When I test it with apacheconfigtest I get syntax ok
The only thing is isqlplus that I cannot use it... that drives me..................GGGRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
listener.ora 1521
httpd.conf 7777
Is this the problem?

Truly, that metalink link thing is just not allowing me to subscribe to it.

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You appear to be trying ports 7777 and 7778

Check $ORACLE_HOME/Apache/Apache/setupinfo.txt to confirm which port you should be using.

I assume you are running the browser on the server and attempting a loopback.
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Re: http://localhost.localdomain:7777/isqlplus

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http://localhost.localdomain:7777/isqlplus still not working
What I get is this:
Connection refused when attempting to connect to localhost.
Is there any serious ORACLE Guru in here who can help me?


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What is your OS ?
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http://localhost.localdomain:7777/isqlplus

My OS is Linux Redhat 9
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Re: http://localhost.localdomain:7777/isqlplus

Ok apply this command to ensure if apache is started:

ps -ax

and reply the results

Apart from that you must check what port is using Apache. You can check it out here:

<ORACLE_HOME>/apache/apache/conf/httpd.conf
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7777 listening on httpd.conf
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Ok apply this command to ensure if apache is started:

ps -ax
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Apache is running

Apache is running
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fined ur port number

u should put the port number .
as a default the port number is 7778 or 7777,but sometimes oracle uses different port,any way to know ur port number search for a file called portlists or just ports (any file have the letters port ) open it and find ur port number(apache port) then use it in :
http://hostort/isqplus
dont forget to start apache server before every thing
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ok i meant
http://host : port/isqlplus
without spaces lol
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I suggest you show a minor amount of initiative.
Do a keyword search on Google for "ISQLPLUS INSTALLATION"
Read some of the 2000+ postings on this topic & follow their directions

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