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Oracle database server need IIS to work fine ?

or working without IIS in same server
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by:Wasim Akram Shaik
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Oracle Database Server and IIS(Internet Information Services) are two different components

what are you looking out for?

Oracle Database Server can work without IIS. If there are any applications which are hosted via IIS if such applications are contacting Oracle Database then you may have need to have IIS. Though it doesn't mean that they have to be on same machine, Also there is no such restriction that they cannot be hosted on the same machine. It all depends on your configuration and requirement .

Moreover to answer your question, Oracle Database Server can work independently without IIS.

If both are hosted in same server then also they will work
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Now enterprise manager work ?

How service work ?

How listen work ?

without IIS

How other machines found database server through network ?
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by:Gerwin Jansen, EE MVE
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Lots of how questions, suggest you do the 2 day Oracle Dba course :)
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:) ..Yes, the list is long , agree with Gerwin..

Now enterprise manager work ?

Oracle Enterprise Manager and IIS are again two different things, check out docs for more

https://docs.oracle.com/html/A88770_01/ch1.htm

How service work ?

I assume you are referring to the Database service, database software does have an embedded server it does have its independent controls

How listen work ?

Oracle Listener is the component which listens to the calls via network

without IIS

How other machines found database server through network ?

Oracle Listener is the component which listens to the calls via network, there are various modes to call/open connection to database like odbc, jdbc, tns etc.,

I see you are emphasizing more on IIS, what are you expecting that IIS should do with Oracle?

As said they are  independent components but can be related.
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by:Mark Geerlings
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No, an Oracle database does not need IIS.  Some applications may require IIS, but Oracle does not.
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