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RE: A DBA looks at OAS | IAS vs. Locally-built Apache

From: Hately Mike <>
Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2002 09:18:32 -0800
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the order as far as memory serves is roughly:

Oracle WebServer 2.x
Oracle Web Server/Oracle Application Server 3.0.x Oracle Application Server 4.0.x
Oracle 9i Application Server 1.0 - Oracle 9i Application Server 9.0.2 (Release 2) - 13th May release date I think.

There was some confusion in the early days of 9iAS Release 2 over whether it was available and I seem to remember that we had to assure them that "Yes, Release 2 is available, honest!" before they would send it out.

There's an advisory for the bug (in Apache - not Oracle's code) and a patch available.

Hope this helps,
Mike Hately
(Oracle DBA)

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Sent: 18 July 2002 17:34
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I have the cds released Feb-02. I received them 2 weeks ago. I would hate to think Oracle had extra's of the old stuff and passed it on :). Will be logging a tar.


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