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HI,

I am learning Apps, here is the problem.
I was able to see login page, but one day I used adopmn*.sh to stop all services and then I restarted the services, but now I am not able to see login page http://myserver.com:8076

I opened context file and there was a reference of gif file, I tried that one also, but I am not able to see anything.

Please let me know how can I see if services are running and how to see login page.

Thanks
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Question by:Devinder Singh Virdi
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swadhinray earned 250 total points
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just check what are the services are alive and which are not by  issuing :

./adopmnctl.sh status

may be other services are initialing but not alive:

for more information check this link:

http://applicationsdba.blogspot.com/2008/01/r12-service-management-opmn.html

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by:Devinder Singh Virdi
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Yes all services are Alive.
I did that already.
Let me read the link as well, may be I am missing something.
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by:Devinder Singh Virdi
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I observed that whenever I am typing
http://mydomain.com:8076
it is redirecting to
http://mydomain.com:8076/OA_HTML/AppsLogin
But not able to see anything.

Can you help me what to do next?
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by:Devinder Singh Virdi
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I need to restart the services using the following:
-rwx------  1 apuser600 dba 6361 Mar 19 15:37 adstpall.sh
-rwx------  1 apuser600 dba 6505 Mar 19 15:37 adstrtal.sh

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By doing this I am able to login.
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