|Oracle® HTTP Server mod_plsql User's Guide
10g Release 2 (10.2)
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This manual describes how to install, configure, and maintain mod_plsql.
New features in this release of mod_plsql include:
Enhanced cache clean up algorithm allowing users to configure the time to clean up the cache.
Enhanced OWA packages to allow better byte-packing of response data from multibyte databases resulting in fewer round-trips to the database.
Reduced PL/SQL function call overheads in heavily called OWA package APIs like
Enhanced performance logging in mod_plsql. See "What kinds of logging facilities are available in mod_plsql?" in Appendix A, "Frequently Asked Questions" for more information.
Enhanced security by obscuring schema passwords in the DAD configuration.
Removed the requirement to have
/pls in the virtual path for accessing mod_plsql. It can still be used, but is no longer required. mod_plsql has been integrated in the Oracle HTTP Server configuration and so a mod_plsql URL no longer needs to start with a "
This document is intended for database administrators who need to install, configure, and maintain mod_plsql, to effectively secure Oracle database access.
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