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Is it Possible To Configure Mod_plsql with Apache 2.0 (Doc ID 428391.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 02, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle HTTP Server - Version to [Release AS10gR2 to AS10gR3]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Is it Possible To Configure Mod_plsql With Apache 2.0?

The Oracle Application Server 10g Release 2|3 (10.1.2|10.1.3) Companion CD has an Apache 2.0-based Oracle HTTP Server available. 

However, these are not delivered with mod_plsql, as mod_plsql is not supported on the Apache 2.0-based servers with the Oracle Application Server 10g release. The question becomes if its possible to get an Apache 2.0-based server to work with mod_plsql?

This can become important because Apache 2.0 is required for Access Manager for SSL usage and other reasons required by customers to use Apache 2.0-based servers. Without mod_plsql functionality, use is limited or requires extra steps.


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In this Document
 Is it Possible To Configure Mod_plsql With Apache 2.0?
 Mod_plsql is Not Supported on any Apache 2.0 Versions Delivered With the Oracle Application Server 10g
 Using Apache 2.0 Option as a Reverse-Proxy
 Oracle HTTP Server 10g - Based on Apache 2.0 - Documentation
 Update: Oracle Database Server 11g Download Delivers an Option

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