The following topics introduce the new and changed features of the standalone Oracle HTTP Server and provides pointers to additional information.
Before you begin the upgrade process, review the following list of changes for standalone Oracle HTTP Servers in 12c:
The installer will no longer create a separate instance directory for Oracle HTTP Server. Instance information for the standalone OHS will be stored in a new standalone domain home. For more information, see Oracle HTTP Server Standard Upgrade Topology for Standalone Agents not Associated with a WebLogic Domain.
OPMN agent and
opmnctl command line utility are no longer used in Oracle Fusion Middleware. Instead, system components are managed by NodeManager and WLST commands.
Support for Certificates signed with MD5 algorithm has been removed. See Replacing Certificate Signed Using MD5 Algorithm with Certificate Signed Using SHA-2 Algorithm.