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How do I start the web server?!!?!

I installed oracle 10 ias release 3.  I have an apache directory and a opmn directory.  I have tried running the command /opmn/bin/opmnctl startall and it started web services.

I would like to actually start the web server!   I go to localhost and I get no page.  

question 1: does the http server start by default?? is so, what port?
2.  where is the docs directory
3.  how do I get the http to start as a service?
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What Operating System are you running?

If it linux based, typically it would be either:

     /etc/init.d/httpd start


     /etc/init.d/apache2 start
kfeinerAuthor Commented:
windows 2003 server.

I did a basic install on the oracle 10 AS.
If you installed Apache as a stand alone service and had it listen on the default port of 80, then in your services there should be an entry for Apache?

Or was Apache was installed as part of Oracle AS?
1: not is start by default  and when start do┬┤it on port  8080  by default
2.  Depend of version    maybe   /apache/apache/docs/
3.  apachectl status   for look the status and    apachectl start   or  stop   what you need.

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