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Re: Deploying applications on Win2K Terminal Server

From: Jared Still <>
Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2000 13:08:28 -0700 (PDT)
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If you are not using OAS, what are you using for an HTTP server?

Developer Server requires an HTTP server; OAS, WebDB or Apache.


On Mon, 24 Jul 2000 wrote:

> I don't have experience with Terminal Server, but, just to let you know, you
> don't need to set up OAS to run Forms Server. I just installed Developer 6i
> on NT environment, and it was extremely simple to get the Forms Server up and
> running. It runs as a service on NT and everything is set up during the
> install process. When you're done, there's a test form to make sure it works
> and presto, it's ready for use! Took about 20-30 minutes tops (didn't
> exactly time it). Walked over to another machine, and fired up the URL on
> the browser, waited a few minutes for the initial download of Jinitiator (one
> time only), and pop, there's the test form. Then, modified the tnsnames
> file, moved over a few existing 4.5 forms, recompiled, and bam, had a small
> application up and running. Also set up the Reports Server just as easily
> and tested that. Not bad for 1/2 days work. I'd recommend you consider that
> as an alternative.
> Marc Perkowitz
> MTP Systems Consulting, Ltd.
> In a message dated 7/24/2000 3:45:29 PM Central Daylight Time,
> writes:
> << Does anyone on the list have any experience with the use of
> Terminal Server (on a Windows 2000 server) to deploy in-house
> applications?
> We have decided to evaluate the deployment of several
> applications using MS Terminal Server and would like to plan on
> including some internal applications (built with Developer) rather
> than dealing with the problems of client/server deployment. These
> are internal applications (not everything gets deployed on the Web
> Mr. Ellison and Co.!) and we do not want to set up/maintain a
> separate Oracle Applications Server.
> If anyone on the list has experience with this form of deployment, I
> would greatly appreciate any comments regarding problems,
> tweaks, and "gotchas" encountered during the process. >>
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Jared Still
Certified Oracle DBA and Part Time Perl Evangelist ;-) Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon - Work - preferred address Received on Tue Jul 25 2000 - 15:08:28 CDT

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