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Hi Hector,1 person found this helpful
but I can't access http://hmarquez-lap:8090/apex/listenerConfigure.This URL doesn't exist for APEX Listener 2.0.1, as the web interface for configuration has been removed with 2.0. There have been improvements to the command line interface to configure APEX Listener and there is a new interface you can use with SQL Developer since 3.2 (current release 3.2.2 is recommended).
The documentation you've referenced is for APEX Listener 1.1. Please always use the documentation that corresponds to the software release you are using. In your case, this would be the [url http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E37099_01/doc/doc.20/e25066/toc.htm]APEX Listener 2 Installation and Configuration Guide.
Actually I followed the tutorial you mentioned to deploy APEX listener. And I wanted to acces listenerConfigure because after I deploy to glassfish successfully I can work with APEX, but after I reboot my computer, when I try to access apex http://hmarquez-lap:8090/apex/ I get HTTP Status 404 he requested resource () is not available. I reinstalled glassfish I was working fine until I rebooted my computer and It happened again
Now when I run
sun.java.launcher = SUN_STANDARD
sun.jnu.encoding = Cp1252
sun.management.compiler = HotSpot 64-Bit Tiered Com
sun.os.patch.level = Service Pack 1
user.country = MX
user.dir = C:\glassfish3\glassfish\domains\domain1\
user.home = C:\
user.language = es
user.name = HMARQUEZ-LAP$
user.timezone = America/Mexico_City
web.home = C:\glassfish3\glassfish\modules\web
user.home changed. And if I re-deploy apex again I get a
HTTP Status 500
java.lang.IllegalStateException: PWC3990: getWriter() has already been called for this response
996127 wrote:The listenerConfigure page does not exist with APEX Listener 2.0.
Actually I followed the tutorial you mentioned to deploy APEX listener. And I wanted to acces listenerConfigure because after I deploy to glassfish successfully I can work with APEX
You need to either configure the jar file before you deploy to Glassfish or use the configuration interface from SQL Developer - I've always used the jar configuration without problem.
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Actually I followed the tutorial you mentioned to deploy APEX listener.I don't think so. You've probably followed the Installation Guide for the 1.1 release of APEX Listener. I actually did a full text search on the PDF-Version of the document: listenerConfigure hasn't been mentioned once.
I deploy to glassfish successfully I can work with APEX, but after I reboot my computer, when I try to access apex http://hmarquez-lap:8090/apex/ I get HTTP Status 404 he requested resource () is not available.Probably you haven't set up the config.dir, the place where APEX Listener stores its configuration. If you don't do that, it will default to a temporary location, which is being cleaned up upon each restart of your server. I'd not recommend to rerun the configuration after each reboot, but create a configuration once, put it in a permanent location and point config.dir to that location (as documented in the guide...).
BTW: That setting was more difficult in APEX Listener 1.1 than it is now, and it was none of the parameters configured by listenerConfigure or any other web interface.
Sorry about the confusion with the apexListener
I was missing setting up cofig.dir hehuhe