Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017
Applies to:Oracle HTTP Server - Version: 22.214.171.124 to 10.1.2.3.0 - Release: AS10g to AS10gR2
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The status of the DAD is derived by a HTTP request sent from the AS Console
to the HTTP Server in the format of http://servername.domain:port/DAD_NAME/htp.p?cbuf=Test.
This can be seen by a simple test as follows.
1. From the command line, "cd $ORACLE_HOME/Apache/Apache/logs".
2. Issue the command "tail -f <latest access_log>".
example tail -f access_log.1207310400
3. Next, in a new browser, login to AS Console, and click on HTTP Server.
Click on Administration Tab.
Click on PL/SQL Properties.
4. Immediately go back to the tail -f access_log and you should see an entry
like this. "GET /DAD-NAME/htp.p?cbuf=Test HTTP/1.1" 200 5
5. Note, that there should be one entry in the access_log for for each number of
DADs that are defined. For example, if there are three DADs configured, then
there should be three entries in the access_log.
If the above is not written to the access_log, then the request is not making it
to the Oracle HTTP Server and thus the status of the DAD will show down in
the AS Console.
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