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Change Oracle 10g port

Posted on 2006-10-26
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Could someone please give me instructions on how to change the Oracle 10g port from 8080. I have Tomcat running on that port. Thank you.
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As for changing the Apache port number, go to ORACLE_HOME/Apache/Apache/conf and edit the httpd.conf file and search for 8080 or the words "Port" and "Listen" (without the quotes) and you will find the port numbers there, just change them and do a restart of your apache server from the service.

http://forums.dbasupport.com/forums/showthread.php?t=41128
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I mention the instructions for changing the apache port associated with oracle as this is the web access port - rather than the port normally assoicated with the sql listener.  if this is not the case please advise.
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I found this website and it worked (for anybody else with this issue). I dont know about Raynard7 solution, but will give the points for replying.

http://daust.blogspot.com/2006/01/xe-changing-default-http-port.html
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