Oracle HTTP Server 12c(12.1.3) release notes summarizes release information related to issues fixed, general issues and their workarounds, deprecated and removed functionality, and more. This release of the product is in maintenance mode and will no longer have new features or content.


Oracle HTTP Server is intended for application server administrators, security managers, and managers of databases used by application servers. This documentation is based on the assumption that readers are already familiar with Apache HTTP Server.

Unless otherwise mentioned, the information in this document is applicable when Oracle HTTP Server is installed with Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Fusion Middleware Control. It is assumed that readers are familiar with the key concepts of Oracle Fusion Middleware as described in the Understanding Oracle Fusion Middleware Concepts and Understanding Oracle Fusion Middleware.

For information about installing Oracle HTTP Server in standalone mode, see Installing and Configuring Oracle HTTP Server.

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Related Documents

For more information, see the following documents in the Oracle HTTP Server documentation set:


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