This is post 3 in my series about a fully freeware CentOS Apex environment
Your listener is deployed, but not yet configured. Go to http://localhost:8080/apex/listenerConfigure
We must set parameters in three tabs:
- Username: apex_public_user
- Password: the password as set earlier for this user
- Connection Type: Basic
- Hostname: localhost
- Port: 1521
- SID: XE
- Database Validation Function: wwv_flow_epg_include_modules.authorize
- Procedure Names: wwv_flow_file*
- Maximum entries: 500
Click the “Apply” button after you made all changes. The page remembers the settings when you switch between tabs.
As you see I’m configuring from my Windows host towards the Linux guest (running VirtualBox).
Apex is now ready. Have a look at these links:
- http://localhost:8080/manager/html manage tomcat
- http://localhost:8080/apex/listenerAdmin manage APEX listener
- http://localhost:8080/apex/listenerStatus view listener status (but looks the same as the Admin page)
- http://localhost:8080/apex/f?p=4950 the original XE start page
- http://localhost:8080/apex/f?p=4550 the main apex login
Creating a workspace:
You can create a workspace by going to : http://localhost:8080/apex
The ADMIN@INTERNAL password is the same as what you used for the SYS and SYSTEM “users” when installing Oracle XE.