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I have oracle 9i in running in windows server 2003. I am trying to get isqlplus working. I need some steps to check this.  I tried to open http://localhost/isqlplus and didn't work.

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by:gvsbnarayana
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Hi,
  By default, isqlplus runs on 5560 port. Please check the port number on which you have configured the isqlplus
Try this :
http://localhost:5560/isqlplus

HTH
Regards,
Badri.
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Go to Control Pnel ...---> Services and start the isqlplus service.
Look for the portlist file to figure out the port isqlplus is listening.
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I don't see any service called isqlplus services. I also tried http://localhost:5560/isqlplus. It didn't work.
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I just opened my Services:

OracleOraDb10g_home1iSQL*Plus service is there.

If it is not installed you can try to install it from the installation set.

Stop Oracle and all services before doing this.
Also the problem could be caused by the firewall of Windows - turn it off!

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