|iSQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference
Part Number A88826-01
Configuring iSQL*Plus, 4 of 8
This section discusses options for configuring your web browser to use iSQL*Plus. Specific topics discussed are:
Note that your network and browser configuration may not require you to change any settings in your web browser.
Some web browsers may require you to either remove a MIME type definition or application association for files with a .SQL extension, or to create a MIME type or application association for files with a .SQL extension in order to load scripts into iSQL*Plus.
For example, to set up an application extension for files with a SQL extension in Netscape Navigator 4.7 for Windows NT:
If this is not set up in your web browser, you may get an error when you try to load scripts that iSQL*Plus cannot identify as text files.
Some configurations of proxy servers may affect the ability of the iSQL*Plus user interface to connect with the iSQL*Plus Server. If you cannot connect with the iSQL*Plus Server, a browser alert "Document contains no data" is displayed when you try to load the iSQL*Plus Log In screen. If this situation occurs, you should reconfigure your proxy server or create a proxy exception in your browser for the Oracle HTTP Server running iSQL*Plus.
To configure the proxy exceptions setting in Netscape Navigator 4.7 for Windows
To configure the proxy exceptions setting in Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0