This document describes how to install and configure an Oracle HTTP Server domain.
This document is intended for system administrators or application developers who are installing the Oracle HTTP Server. It is assumed that readers are familiar with Web technologies and have a general understanding of Windows and UNIX platforms.
The document is organized as follows:
Chapter 1, "Planning Your Oracle HTTP Server Installation," lists the products that can be installed with the WebLogic Server installer, and describes the high-level tasks that are required for installation.
Chapter 2, "Installing the Oracle HTTP Server Software," describes how to install the Oracle HTTP Server software on Windows and UNIX platforms, using a Java-based graphical user interface (GUI).
Chapter 3, "Configuring Oracle HTTP Server in a WebLogic Server Domain," describes how to create and configure your Oracle HTTP Server if you choose to configure in a WebLogic domain.
Chapter 4, "Configuring Oracle HTTP Server in a Standalone Domain," describes how to create and configure your Oracle HTTP Server if you choose to configure in a standalone domain.
Chapter 5, "Next Steps After Configuring an Oracle HTTP Server Domain," provides links to basic administration tasks and topics to prepare your environment for high availability configuration.
Chapter 6, "Deinstalling Oracle HTTP Server," describes how to deinstall your software.
Appendix A, "Understanding the Oracle HTTP Server Directory Structures," describes the basic directory structure obtained after installing and configuring Oracle HTTP Server.
Appendix B, "Configuring Oracle HTTP Server WebGate for Oracle Access Manager," describes the steps for configuring Oracle HTTP Server WebGate.
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