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  1. #1
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    I am using oracle8.1.6 on NTserver.

    what are the steps required to be able to see my
    Reports,Forms (Developer6) through the browsers????

    Please explain in detail.

    Thanks,

  2. #2
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    U need to install reports and forms server (6i)

    U need to configure a web listener (the webdb one is ok, if not u can even user apache lsitener)

    Manuals on technet are pretty good


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    I am using developer6 to create my forms and reports
    is developer6 server = to "U need to install reports and forms server (6i) " ????.

    could you please give me more detail !!!

    thanks alot

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    Forms & Report Server as the name suggest are servers, one serves forms and the other reports. What this means is that instead of using traditional client/server architecture with the use of these two servers you can deploy multi-tier architecture Forms & Reports, what this achieves is light clients on PCs, you simply need IE or netscape as clients and instead of having Forms & Report runtime the forms & reports server will send some Java applet to your light client. Now this part I am not sure but I think all runtime processes are run now in the Forms & Reports server instead of client servers.
    I believe you need Developer 6i to use this.

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    if that is the case then why do I need Oracle Application Server?????

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    U don't really need it...it would just be listening for web requests. This is possible too with the webdb listener.

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    I don't have webdb installed.
    can I just install the listener (OAS or webdb) instead of
    installing the whole thing ??if so then how??

    and does oracle8i, developer6i server,and the listener has
    to be in the same home????

    thanks,

  8. #8
    Right now, Oracle manages 2 prods.
    Oracle8i and Oracle9i Application Server.
    O9iAS was Oracle internet Application Server, what was Oracle Application Server....what'a mess!!
    Anyway.
    If you, right now, buy Oracle9i Application Server Enterprise Edition, you will have
    -Apache HTTP Server
    -Forms Server
    -Reports Server
    -Discoverer Plus
    -PERL, CGI, JSP, PSP, etc.

    Download it and install it in a different Oracle Home.
    Ramon Caballero, DBA, rcaballe@yahoo.com

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    Thanks,

    * So, there is two ways of doing this.
    1. oracle8.1.6 and Oracle9iAS Enterprise to be able
    to see my Forms and reports via the WEB!!!!
    NOTHING ELSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    2. oracle8.1.6, developer6i server, and a listener

    everything besides Oracle8.1.6 should be installed
    together on a different home

    is that true????

    THANKS A MILLION,





    [Edited by ocpdude on 12-05-2000 at 01:29 PM]

  10. #10
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    Thanks,

    * So, there is two ways of doing this.
    1. oracle8.1.6 and Oracle9iAS Enterprise to be able
    to see my Forms and reports via the WEB!!!!
    NOTHING ELSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    2. oracle8.1.6, developer6i server, and a listener

    everything besides Oracle8.1.6 should be installed
    together on a different home

    is that true????

    THANKS A MILLION,


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