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- Subject: Re: PL/SQL on apache??? ( Nov 12, 2001, 15:08:33 )
Don't use the old OAS. Use instead the new iAS.
The iAS is based on Apache with an PLSQL module for the webtoolkit.
On the release >=8.1.7 the webserver(apache) and PLSQL modul is included in the Database release. Also there exists some free tools. Look at http:\

For more inforation about the new iAS look at http:\

I hope this will help you.


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