Oracle Tips by Burleson
Installing Oracle HTTP Server
The Oracle HTTP
Server cannot be installed into an existing Oracle Home. If another
Oracle product is installed on the computer, a new Oracle Home name
and location for the Oracle HTTP Server Home will have to be chosen.
These instructions also assume access to the
Oracle 10g Release 2 Companion CD. The same instructions can applied
to the 10g Release 1 Companion CD, but there will be
some minor differences. The CD can be obtained from Oracle or
downloaded from otn.oracle.com. After downloading it, unzip the files
and follow the instructions below. The following link is to the
Oracle 10g download
Start the Oracle Universal Installer on the Oracle 10gR2
At the Welcome screen, click Next.
On the Select a Product to Install screen, select the Oracle
Database 10g Companion Products 10.2.0.1.0 option and click Next.
On the Specify Home Details screen, enter the following for the
Destination then click Next.
This may change if a
different directory structure is used or if the software is installed
to a different hard drive.
WARNING: Do NOT install HTML DB in the next step
On the Available Product Components screen, select only the
ApacheStandalone 10.1.2.0.0 option. For installation using the
10g release 1 CD, this will be Apache Standalone 220.127.116.11.0. Do not
install the HTML DB software at this time. Choosing the HTML DB
option would install HTML DB version 1.6 and instructions for
installation of version 2.0 are included in the next chapter. After
making the proper selections click Next.
The next screen is the Product-Specific Prerequisite Checks.
Verify the status of the items show as Succeeded then click Next.
The next screen will be the Summary screen describing all the
software to be installed. Click on the Install button. Towards the
end of the installation, a screen displays for the Configuration
Assistants. Allow that screen to complete.
When the installation is complete, there will be an End of
Installation screen. It might be handy to print this screen as a
reference. At the very least, note the URL shown in the text. It
will be similar to:
http://localhost:7777. localhost:7777 will be referenced
throughout the examples in this book. Whenever a reference to
localhost.7777 appears, the user’s domain:port should be substituted.
The above book excerpt is from:
HTML-DB Oracle Application Express
Dynamic Web Pages with OAE
Michael Cunningham & Kent