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IIS 7.5 is compatible with Oracle

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Dear Gurus,

I need your kind help regarding confirmation about IIS 7.5

IIS 7.5 Support Oracle 10g Release 2 ?

IIS 7.5 Support Oracle 11g Release 2 Patch 3 and Patch 4 ?


Thanks in advanced.
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IIS is a web server. I believe oracle uses its own web server component extraneous to IIS.
Oracle web uses its own port while IIS is defaulting to 80.
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It should support as oracle tell in 11.1g it as used IIS 7 successfully without and issues. Below is the configuration Documents for your refference.

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E28280_01/web.1111/e37889/isapi.htm

https://forums.oracle.com/forums/thread.jspa?messageID=10921601
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