Do we need Oracle HTTP server to host Oracle Apex ?

We are completely new to this Oracle Apex.
Wanted to know the licensing part of it , before we get into it.
I guess Oracle Apex is free as it comes with the Oracle database license.
1) Do we need some kind of HTTP server to host the Apex on the browser ?
2) Does any HTTP server will work with Oracle Apex ?
3) Any other free Oracle tool which we can use instead of licensing Oracle HTTP server for this Apex ?
Correct me if I am wrong.
Thanks in advance for the gurus out here.

johnpau2013 wrote:
We are completely new to this Oracle Apex.
Wanted to know the licensing part of it , before we get into it.
I guess Oracle Apex is free as it comes with the Oracle database license.
1) Do we need some kind of HTTP server to host the Apex on the browser ?Yes.
2) Does any HTTP server will work with Oracle Apex ?No.
3) Any other free Oracle tool which we can use instead of licensing Oracle HTTP server for this Apex ?
Correct me if I am wrong.OHS is covered by the DB license if OHS is run on the same server. See Joel's post and the document he links to: +{message:id=9256804}+.
For information about APEX HTTP server options, see:
<li>+About Oracle Application Express Architecture+
<li>+About Choosing an HTTP Server+
<li>+HTTP Server Requirements+
<li>APEX Listener

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    Check log file /opt/app/soalb_domain/system_components/OHS/ohs_nm.log
    Check log file /opt/app/soalb_domain/servers/soalb_server1/logs/soalb_server1.log
            at oracle.ohs.plugin.nodemanager.OhsProcessManagementPlugin$ProcessImpl.buildIoException(Unknown Source)
            at oracle.ohs.plugin.nodemanager.OhsProcessManagementPlugin$ProcessImpl.start(Unknown Source)
            at weblogic.nodemanager.server.DecoratedSystemComponentManager$DecoratedProcess.start(DecoratedSystemComponentManager.java:129)
            at weblogic.nodemanager.server.ServerMonitor.startProcess(ServerMonitor.java:441)
            at weblogic.nodemanager.server.ServerMonitor.runMonitor(ServerMonitor.java:406)
            at weblogic.nodemanager.server.ServerMonitor.run(ServerMonitor.java:295)
            at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:744)
    ohs_nm.log:
    <2015-05-04 11:48:53> <INFO> <OHS-0> <The server 'soalb_server1' with process id 18672 is no longer alive; waiting for the process to die.>
    <2015-05-04 11:48:53> <INFO> <OHS-0> <Server failed so attempting to restart (restart count = 1)>
    <2015-05-04 11:48:53> <INFO> <OHS-4018> <Starting server soalb_server1>
    <2015-05-04 11:48:53> <INFO> <OHS-0> <Running /opt/app/ohs12c/wlserver/../ohs/bin/httpd.sh httpd.worker -k start -f /opt/app/soalb_domain/config/fmwconfig/components/OHS/instances/soalb_server1/httpd.conf>
    <2015-05-04 11:48:53> <INFO> <OHS-0> <[Mon May 04 11:48:53 2015] [warn] Errors will be logged into /opt/app/soalb_domain/servers/soalb_server1/logs/soalb_server1.log>
    <2015-05-04 11:48:54> <INFO> <OHS-0> </opt/app/ohs12c/wlserver/../ohs/bin/httpd.sh httpd.worker -k start -f /opt/app/soalb_domain/config/fmwconfig/components/OHS/instances/soalb_server1/httpd.conf: exit status = 1>
    <2015-05-04 11:48:54> <INFO> <OHS-4005> <Check the instance log file for more information: /opt/app/soalb_domain/servers/soalb_server1/logs/soalb_server1.log>
    <2015-05-04 11:48:54> <SEVERE> <OHS-0> <Failed to start the server soalb_server1>
    <2015-05-04 11:48:54> <SEVERE> <OHS-0> <Unexpected error while monitoring server>
    Node Manager properties:
    #Wed Apr 29 18:31:26 CEST 2015
    #Node manager properties
    #Wed Apr 29 17:18:21 CEST 2015
    DomainsFile=/opt/app/soalb_domain/nodemanager/nodemanager.domains
    LogLimit=0
    PropertiesVersion=12.1.3
    AuthenticationEnabled=true
    NodeManagerHome=/opt/app/soalb_domain/nodemanager
    JavaHome=/opt/app/jdk1.7.0_79
    LogLevel=INFO
    DomainsFileEnabled=true
    StartScriptName=startWebLogic.sh
    ListenAddress=localhost
    NativeVersionEnabled=true
    ListenPort=5556
    LogToStderr=true
    SecureListener=true
    LogCount=1
    StopScriptEnabled=false
    QuitEnabled=false
    LogAppend=true
    StateCheckInterval=5000
    CrashRecoveryEnabled=true
    StartScriptEnabled=true
    LogFile=/opt/app/soalb_domain/nodemanager/nodemanager.log
    LogFormatter=weblogic.nodemanager.server.LogFormatter
    ListenBacklog=50
    Startup properties:
    #SSLArguments=-Dweblogic.security.SSL.ignoreHostnameVerification\=false -Dweblogic.ReverseDNSAllowed\=false
    RestartMax=2
    RestartDelaySeconds=5
    FileTimeSpan=24
    RestartInterval=3600
    FileTimeSpanFactor=3600000
    RotatedFileCount=7
    RotationType=bySize
    #AdminURL=http\://192.168.0.224\:7001
    NumberOfFilesLimited=true
    AutoRestart=true
    RotationTimeStart=00\:00
    FileSizeKB=500
    Regards,
    András

    To deploy your FMX you need AS 10.1.2 Forms installed, and then you can use AS control or Forms server configuration file.
    For more information regarding FMX deployment, refer to http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/B14099_19/web.1012/b14032/toc.htm
    Regards,
    Preet

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