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server redirects [message #365513] Wed, 26 August 1998 15:43 Go to next message
Greg Kresko
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Registered: August 1998
Junior Member
Using Oracle Webserver 2.1, how does one setup
a server redirect such that "http://host1/xxx/"
("host1" running Oracle) gets redirected to
"http://host2/yyy" ("host2" running Netscape ES 3.5.1)?
TNSnames,webdb,nt,8i [message #365707 is a reply to message #365513] Tue, 21 September 1999 01:24 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Messages: 1
Registered: September 1999
Junior Member
does any one know how to install an entry in the TNSnames.ora file for webdb name to point to the oracle server.
I am trying to install webdb on 8i but I could not
access the database from the browser.
is there any thing needs to be configured

please help
Re: TNSnames,webdb,nt,8i [message #365748 is a reply to message #365707] Mon, 20 December 1999 19:55 Go to previous message
Tim Thomas
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Registered: December 1999
Junior Member
Similar problem?

NT40 w/ SP5 and Y2k updates
8i v 8.1.5 for NT
and WebDB v

Resolved TNS names issue to install WebDB
set NT environment variable tns_admin
to drive:\ora815_home\network\admin

This resolved the issue of SQL*Plus not logging in.

I also modified the drive:\webDB21_home\net80\admin tnsnames file, but I believe that was not necessary. NOTE: The key value of extproc is 1 and not 0 this is not resolved by the default ora files

I can open up the listner.htm and gateway.htm pages of WebDB and get the default login from the browser, so I know my listener is working.

My problem however is that the database login fails.

I think the problem is related to
1) The PL/SQL Toolkit
2) Failure to integrate products and the interaction of Net80 and 815 Network facilities
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