Oracle Application Server 10g: General Management and Directives for the HTTP Server
To demonstrate how to perform general management of Oracle HTTP Server (OHS)
DBAs, developers, and other IT professionals planning to take Oracle Application Server 10g certification examinations; anyone interested in the technical aspects of Oracle Application Server 10g
Working experience with Linux operating systems; some experience in Internet-based-application administration and development would be beneficial
Expected Duration (hours)
Lesson Objectives Oracle Application Server 10g: General Management and Directives for the HTTP Server
recognize the server-level directives used to set Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) processes and connections.
identify the role of Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) files and file-location directives in OracleAS.
perform the steps to change HTTP server properties in OracleAS.
configure some properties of Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) in OracleAS in a given scenario.
view and edit HTTP server logs in OracleAS.
use Application Server Control to modify advanced server properties and enable status-report generation for Oracle HTTP Server (OHS).
perform the tasks to update Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) logs and configuration files in OracleAS in a given scenario.
recognize the key concepts associated with Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) configuration.
define container directives for an HTTP server in OracleAS.
use the Options and AllowOverrides directives and appropriate parameters to control the features that an HTTP server allows.
use the appropriate directives to set indexing, error handling, caching behavior, and aliases in Oracle HTTP Server (OHS).
identify how to redirect HTTP server requests using mod_rewrite directives.
define directives for an HTTP server in a given scenario.