and get the contents of the following file via APEX Listener
SELECT version FROM dba_registry WHERE comp_id = 'APEX' AND status = 'VALID';
http://<my server where APEX runs>:7777/apex/i/apex_version.txtSorry, I forgot to remove +/apex/+ from that URL. I corrected the URL in the post above. Please try again...
1) I don't understand what should be the url to perform that check?:Sorry again for not pointing clear enough. The target URL is
2) Should the images directory on which the configuration points to (Enter the APEX static resources location or Enter to skip:) be owned by the OS owner of the APEX Listener or the OS owner of the APEX images in the database?The ownership doesn't matter as long as the OS account you use to execute APEX Listener is able to read it. This can also be achieved by group rights (e. g. dba or oracle as group), or by granting global read access to these files.
the OS owner of the APEX images in the database?Just to make that clear: EPG uses files stored in a virtual file system inside the database (XML DB). There is (usually) no direct relation to any OS users (other than the fact that the data files of your Oracle Database are probably stored on a file system as well).
Using the above url, I get the error: 404 - Page Not Found (but the colors look more like APEX 4.x version that have in the database).The HTML-pages are generated by APEX (inside the database), just the static part is hosted from the "images". Since these "images" also contain included js-files and some css classes needed, your login form doesn't show up and work as expected when they can't be requested by your browser.