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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Starting Oracle HTTP server

    HI,

    I'm new to oracle, I installed Oracle 9i on the a standlone running with win xp. Everything seems working fine, I can create a database, users and all objects. Now since I'm preparing for the OCP sertification, I need to run the isqlplus environment (a web browser environment). In order to do that I need the start the oracle http server. So when I try to run oracle http server, I get this error message : Syntax error on line 92 of d:/oracle/ora92/sqlplus/admin/isqlplus.conf:
    FastCgiServer: redefinition of a previously defined FastCGI server "d:/oracle/ora92/bin/isqlplus"

    Ur help is more that appreciated

    thanx in advance

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    Re: Starting Oracle HTTP server

    Originally posted by achraf
    HI,

    I'm new to oracle, I installed Oracle 9i on the a standlone running with win xp. Everything seems working fine, I can create a database, users and all objects. Now since I'm preparing for the OCP sertification, I need to run the isqlplus environment (a web browser environment). In order to do that I need the start the oracle http server. So when I try to run oracle http server, I get this error message : Syntax error on line 92 of d:/oracle/ora92/sqlplus/admin/isqlplus.conf:
    FastCgiServer: redefinition of a previously defined FastCGI server "d:/oracle/ora92/bin/isqlplus"

    Ur help is more that appreciated

    thanx in advance
    Try comment the 92nd line in d:/oracle/ora92/sqlplus/admin/isqlplus.conf

  3. #3
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    Thanx for ur help ika,
    now I can start the http server, I can get isqlplus.
    I had to comment out some instructions in the isqlplus.conf
    now the prob I've, I can loggin as a user. But I can not loggin as a dba.
    I can log in as a dba on sqlplus and the command prompt but not on isqlplus.
    But as a simple user, I can login in both three ways.

    Achraf

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