user8058501 wrote:The value you provided when prompted to specify the location of your APEX static resources is incorrect, hence Listener cannot find the file named: apex_version.txt
When I run http://<server where the APEX listener runs>:7777/i/apex_version.txt
I get the error:
404 - Not Found
We're sorry, the page you requested was not found.
In this situation I see the blue/red colors that makes part of the APEX GUI interface.If you look at the branding carefully on that error page, you will see the product name displayed is Oracle Application Express Listener. This is a Listener generated error message, it is not part of the APEX GUI.
I get a login page (as said above) with missing logos and colors, and when I enter login credentials the page "does not react"?
Could this have something to do with classpath? I have no set this global parameter?...No.
Any other idea?Perform the following steps to diagnose your problem.
This command will print out where your Listener configuration files are being stored. Note this location. If the following message is displayed then you have not yet specified the configuration file location:
java -jar apex.war configdir
To address this use the configdir command to set the configuration folder:
INFO: The config.dir setting is not set
replacing */path/to/config/folder* with the path to the folder where you want to store the configuration data. Please choose a persistent location, do not use a temporary folder or any location that is likely to be deleted.
java -jar apex.war configdir /path/to/config/folder
If the configuration folder is empty you will be prompted to specify the configuration information again, please ensure you enter a correct location for the APEX static resources. Please use absolute paths, do not use environment variables, they will NOT be evaluated.
java -jar apex.war
replacing */path/to/apex/images/specified/by/apex.images* with the location specified by the apex.images setting
If you do not see this content, or the version number does not match your APEX version then your apex.images value is incorrect. Once again environment variables are NOT permitted.
Application Express Version: 4.2.1
Replacing */correct/path/to/apex/images* with the location where your APEX images are stored.
java -jar apex.war standalone --apex-images /correct/path/to/apex/images