|Oracle9i Application Server Release Notes Addendum
Release 22.214.171.124.1 for Windows NT/2000
Part Number A92194-01
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This addendum notes information that is missing from the Oracle9i Application Server Release 126.96.36.199.1 Release Notes. It is intended to be used in conjunction with the Release Notes.
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Before using Oracle9i Application Server, read through each item in this section to gain an understanding of the restrictions and limitations in this release that may require additional steps.
The steps for configuring Oracle Internet File System in the Installation Guide are not applicable to Windows platforms. They are relevant to Solaris platforms only.
Steps 11 and 12:
"A dialog box appears noting that the configuration was successfully completed. Run the ifssetup script as a root user.
The script is located in the ORACLE_HOME\ifs1.1·in directory. This script will configure your system for Oracle Internet File System email, if this option was selected.
Perform the following steps to configure Oracle HTTP Server:
Stop Oracle HTTP Server from Services in the Control Panel.
Run the following script:
Be sure to run this script as the user who owns the Oracle software.
Restart Oracle HTTP Server from Services in the Control Panel.
Start the Oracle Internet File System as root using the ifsstart script. "
should be changed to:
"A dialog box appears indicating that the configuration is complete. To complete the installation, restart the computer."
It is not necessary to run ifsapachesetup.