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From Imre Oolberg <>
Subject [users@httpd] trying to make so-called generic apache work with oracle app server 10.1.3's oc4j
Date Wed, 31 May 2006 08:25:33 GMT
Dear people,

I have an assignment to deploy Oracle Application Server 10.1.3's OC4J 
component behind Generic Apache v. 2.0.x webserver ie to forward request 
thru Apache using mod_oc4j to the servlets provided by OAS. As i 
understood from Oracle® HTTP Server Administrator's Guide C.7 
Integrating Generic Apache with Oracle Application Server

i had to copy appropriate modules from OAS Companion CD apache2 
directory, set up environmental variables etc and should work perfect 
but instead i got a message undefined symbol: onsint_hook_ons_ready_handler

Well, i also have doubts that copying binary libraries aint surest bet.

In my case generic apache 2 is provided by Debian Sarge distribution, i 
also experimented with CentOS with the same results.

I quite realize isnt Oracle's helpdesk but should 
anyone have experience with setting up something like that and cares to 
shere it, i'd be most thankful!

Best regards, Imre

PS I instist using in a presentation layer generic apache instead of 
Oracle's own version on Apache because we prefere to remain in that 
layer not too tighty bound to a specific vendor.

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