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  • Oracle Fusion MiddlewareAdministrator's Guide for Oracle HTTP Server

    11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

    E10144-08

    May 2013This guide describes how to manage Oracle HTTP Server, including how to start and stop Oracle HTTP Server, how to manage network components, configure listening ports, and extend basic functionality using modules.

  • Oracle Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide for Oracle HTTP Server, 11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

    E10144-08

    Copyright 2002, 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

    Primary Author: Srinivas Sudhindra

    Contributors: Jeff Trawick, Ken Vincent, Maria Choudhary, Edwin Spear

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    Contents

    Preface ................................................................................................................................................................. xiAudience....................................................................................................................................................... xiDocumentation Accessibility ..................................................................................................................... xiRelated Documents .................................................................................................................................... xiiConventions ................................................................................................................................................ xii

    Part I Understanding Oracle HTTP Server

    1 Introduction to Oracle HTTP Server1.1 What is Oracle HTTP Server ..................................................................................................... 1-11.1.1 Key Features of Oracle HTTP Server ................................................................................ 1-21.2 Understanding Oracle HTTP Server Directory Structure..................................................... 1-51.3 Understanding Configuration Files ......................................................................................... 1-51.4 Oracle HTTP Server Support ................................................................................................... 1-6

    2 Management Tools for Oracle HTTP Server2.1 Overview of Oracle HTTP Server Management .................................................................... 2-12.2 Accessing Fusion Middleware Control ................................................................................... 2-12.3 Accessing the Oracle HTTP Server Home Page ..................................................................... 2-22.3.1 Navigating Within Fusion Middleware Control............................................................. 2-22.4 Using the opmnctl Command-line Tool .................................................................................. 2-3

    3 Understanding Oracle HTTP Server Modules3.1 List of Included Modules ........................................................................................................... 3-13.2 mod_certheaders......................................................................................................................... 3-23.3 mod_dms...................................................................................................................................... 3-33.4 mod_onsint .................................................................................................................................. 3-33.5 mod_oradav................................................................................................................................. 3-43.6 mod_ossl....................................................................................................................................... 3-43.7 mod_osso...................................................................................................................................... 3-53.8 mod_perl ...................................................................................................................................... 3-53.8.1 Using mod_perl with a Database ...................................................................................... 3-63.9 mod_reqtimeout.......................................................................................................................... 3-83.10 mod_plsql..................................................................................................................................... 3-8

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    3.10.1 Creating a DAD.................................................................................................................... 3-83.10.2 Configuration Files for mod_plsql ................................................................................ 3-103.10.3 Using Configuration Files and Parameters................................................................... 3-113.11 mod_security ............................................................................................................................ 3-113.11.1 Enabling mod_security .................................................................................................... 3-123.11.2 Configuring mod_security .............................................................................................. 3-123.12 mod_wl_ohs.............................................................................................................................. 3-12

    Part II Managing Oracle HTTP Server

    4 Getting Started with Oracle HTTP Server4.1 Starting, Stopping, and Restarting Oracle HTTP Server....................................................... 4-14.1.1 Understanding the PID File................................................................................................ 4-24.1.2 Starting Oracle HTTP Server.............................................................................................. 4-34.1.3 Stopping Oracle HTTP Server............................................................................................ 4-44.1.4 Restarting Oracle HTTP Server.......................................................................................... 4-44.2 Creating an Oracle HTTP Server Component ........................................................................ 4-54.3 Specifying Server Properties ..................................................................................................... 4-64.3.1 Using Fusion Middleware Control to Specify Server Properties ................................. 4-64.3.2 Editing the httpd.conf File to Specify Server Properties................................................ 4-74.4 Configuring Oracle HTTP Server ............................................................................................. 4-84.4.1 Configuring Secure Sockets Layer .................................................................................... 4-94.4.2 Configuring MIME Settings ....................