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1. do i need any application server already before i start installing ? if yes than which one.No. You can just run the APEX Listener in standalone mode, as you have it there. The standalone is supposed to support AJP (i.e., communication with other mod_jk-instances).
2. i had fired following command after i download itNo question here?
java -Dapex.home=/tmp/apex -Dapex.images=/home/oracle/apex/images -Dapex.port=8000 -jar apex.war
If you have JDK (not JRE) 1.6.0_20 or higher and all paths are correct, this should actually start the APEX Listener in standalone mode.
3. it starts the apex listener process, but now how could i configure it? i had tried following url but it wont workout for me.Appears to be correct if you have your client (browser) on the same machine you have started the Listener on and the Listener started up without issues.
http://localhost:8000/apex/listenerConfigure -> shows "could not established connection"
Note that you need to enter usernames and passwords for admin and management user at the first startup in standalone mode. Where you able to do that and did the Listener startup without any errors?
Is there any other service using Port 8000 on your system?
Do you see any errors in the Listeners console output in that case?
http://localhost:8009/apex/listenerConfigure -> shows "blank page" but in server console it writes following errorThis would be the AJP port, I guess, so you can't use it for HTTP requests. Anyway, the HTTP client port is 8000 in the scenario you started in 1.)
SERVER: Error, processing connection
Note that you have to provide the start option "-Dapex.ajp" with port number to enable AJP support. (See end of section 1-4 of the installation manual)
Edited by: Udo on 05.05.2011 15:06