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How to Run more than one servers at a time on one system

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I have installed Oracle 9i on Windows XP
Oracle 9i has its own application server(that contains web server from apache) which is running on port 3939
and as u know we have IIS web server on windows XP after the intallation of Oracle 9i THAT IS NOT WORKING Because Oracle is now become my default web server this is not much problem the problem is that it also overwrites Sun One application Server which is working on 8080 how to handle this problem
for running on oracle web server i write
http:\\localhost:3939 (this is working)
and for Sun one application server
I give http:\\localhost:8080 on our Browser(and this is not working)
third thing by simply writing
http:\\localhost
should run IIS web server but now it is running Oracle 9i web server.
and the problem is that i have not any idea of working on oracle 9i
application server(Please give me the details of loading and running JSP pages on this Oracle 9i application server).
what should i do
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by:RevelationCS
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instead of running http:\\localhost try using either the IP address or computer name (ie http://192.168.1.10 or http://computername) I havn't worked with oracle 9i but it is possible that the system might be looking at the oracle web instance as localhost.... you should be able to run multiple web platforms from a box...
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by:Naman Goel
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hello RevelationCS
I have tried out ur these thing previously .
But this is also not working.
and if i install macromedia JRun Web server this is working properly on port no 8000 with the oracle 9i application server.
what is the problem with sun java application server provided with j2ee 1.4.1 and IIS Web server.
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by:RevelationCS
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I think you missed what I was recommending.... have you tried browsing to http://serveripaddress:8080 or http://computername:8080 (or port 3939 for the apache)? Also, you might want to try uninstalling and reinstalling IIS. It should keep the settings once it is reinstalled (provided you don't delete anything manually) and should repair the installation...
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by:Naman Goel
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I have tried the suugestion given by u.
I have already uninstall and reinstall IIS.
Friend as I have now installed Macromedia JRun web server
it is running very well on port no 8000 with oracle 9i application server.But as i reinstall Sun One application server or IIS Web server it gives some error on starting.
what should i do now.
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by:Naman Goel
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I found the answer of my question by experimenting
i have stop the services of undesired web server(Oracle 9i HTTP Server) from
start->contol panel->administrative tools->services
now when i run my start my second server(Sun One application server) it is running properly
the reason behind this is that we can't run two servers on same port number.that is why Macromedia JRun runs properly because it runs on port no 8000 by deafult and oracle server is running on 8080 (on the same port as tomcat web server and sun one application server)
thanks.
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by:Naman Goel
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please  close my question
The second answer is do install other server on some different port.
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go ahead...
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