1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 14, 2015 3:14 PM by Kiran Pawar

    installation

    1382984

      After installation of ORACLE APEX_LISTENER I got only:

       

      HTTP ERROR: 404

      Problem accessing /ordsf. Reason:

          Not Found

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      WHAT IS THE PROBLEM (I dont have WebAppl.Server or any other GlassFish, etc. WebServer)


      I am running in a native standalone APEX_LISTENER mode:

      java -jar apex.war standalone

        • 1. Re: installation
          Kiran Pawar

          Hi 1382984,

          1382984 wrote:

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          After installation of ORACLE APEX_LISTENER I got only:

           

          HTTP ERROR: 404

          Problem accessing /ordsf. Reason:

              Not Found

          Powered by Jetty://


          WHAT IS THE PROBLEM (I dont have WebAppl.Server or any other GlassFish, etc. WebServer)


          I am running in a native standalone APEX_LISTENER mode:

          java -jar apex.war standalone

               Please provide the following info regarding your environment as it helps forum members to know the problem context:

          • Detail Oracle APEX Version (if using ORDS with APEX)
          • Detail Oracle Database Version
          • Detail ORDS Version
          • Detail Supported Java EE Application Server Version (if using one)
          • Detail JDK Version

               NOTE : Here "Detail" means the major+minor version. For e.g. Application Express 4.2.4.00.08

           

               Regarding 404 Issue:

               While configuring ORDS 3.0 have you skipped "PL/SQL Gateway" configuration? ( This step refers to configuring Oracle APEX with ORDS (configuring APEX_PUBLIC_USER) which is required for functioning of Oracle APEX with ORDS) ?

               Else you will run in following error :

               Also open your "ords.3.0.1.177.18.02" folder and run the "readme.html" file in a browser and check the section "404 Errors when configuring Oracle REST Data Services" regarding the causes for 404.

           

               For debugging the issue you are facing do the following:

          • Locate the ORDS configuration folder.
          • Enable the Debug Tracing in defaults.xml (If entry is not there add the entry)
          • Enable the Detail Request Error messages in defaults.xml (If entry is not there add the entry)
          • Start the ORDS in standalone mode / Start(re-start) the Java EE Application Server.
          • Navigate to the APEX URL
          • Copy/paste the debug log into the forum reply.(Usually the error is at the end of the log, paste/attach the whole log from where the first exception occurs)

           

               Refer the following similar threads :

           

          Regards,

          Kiran