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Windows cannot find 'http://127.00.1:%HTTPPORT%/apex/f?=4950'

Posted on 2014-07-26
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I just installed Oracle Database 11g Express Edition. There were no installation errors.

Then I tried to open the Get Started application.

The error was Windows cannot find 'http://127.00.1:%HTTPPORT%/apex/f?=4950'
Make sure you typed the name correctly.

How can this be resolved.

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Did you try  http://localhost:8080/apex/ url..
For further details go through the below link..
http://docs.oracle.com/cd/B25329_01/doc/install.102/b25143/toc.htm#CIHBCFDD
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try this ,  'http://127.00.1:%HTTPPORT%/apex?f=4950'
if not  , at cmd.exe shell on window, type

set

to check the HTTPPORT
if not okay, try try this ,  'http://127.00.1:yyyy/apex?f=4950'
with  where yyyy,the port number, you are sure for oracle database
Duncan
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by:Dovberman
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I entered  http://localhost:8080/apex/ as a url.

This opened the Application Express Login.

Then I registered a request for a workspace and schema.

The verification will be emailed to me.

I will try again after I have received my workspace name.

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by:Dovberman
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I registered for a workspace on Oracle Application Express.

Now it works.

Thanks for the help.
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