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  The following demonstrations are available:

Component Description
Oracle HTTP Server Displays environment settings using FastCGI.
Oracle Application Server Containers for J2EE (OC4J) Links to an OTN page with samples, examples, and demonstrations for Oracle Application Server 10g Release 2 (10.1.2).
Oracle Application Server Web Cache Demonstrates caching, expiration and edge-side page assembly.
Oracle Application Server Portal Links to a Portal page which includes a sample document repository and links to Portal Center and Oracle Application Server Portal Developer Kit.
Oracle Application Server Wireless Demonstrates multi-channel access for small-screen devices using an expense report example. There are two ways to access this demonstration:
  • Enter "http://hostname/ptg/rm" in a wireless device simulator.
  • If your host is accessible from the internet, enter "http://hostname/ptg/rm" into any wireless device that has a browser.
This will open the multi-channel device portal.
Oracle Business Intelligence Discoverer Portlet Provider Displays the Discoverer Portlet Provider test page. This is the URL to use when registering Discoverer Portlet Provider with Oracle Application Server Portal.
Oracle Business Intelligence Samples Links to the OTN page where you can download Oracle Business Intelligence samples and examples.
Oracle Application Server Forms Services Demonstrates a test for your to verify your installation. You will be prompted to install JInitiator on the client as part of this demonstration.
Oracle Forms Links to the Oracle Forms page on OTN for additional demos and sample code.
Oracle Application Server Reports Services Demonstrates dynamic report output to both paper and the Web.


  • ORACLE_HOME refers to the top-level installation directory for Oracle Application Server.
  • host refers to the machine where Oracle HTTP Server is running.
  • port refers to the port number on which Oracle HTTP Server is listening for incoming requests.


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