ApEx install with HTTP server on separate boxes

I want to configure ApEx 3.1 that is installed in an Oracle 10.2 database on server1 (linux) to work with an OracleAS 10.2 HTTP server installed on server2 (also linux). What extra steps do I need to do? I understand I need to place the images directory from the ApEx installation directory on server1 to AS_ORACLE_HOME/Apache directory on server2 and change the connect string in the dads.conf file to point to the server1. Is that correct?

Hello,
Yes that's correct. It's well described in the Oracle Apex Installation Guide and documentation:
http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E10513_01/doc/install.310/e10496/toc.htm
Regards,
Dimitri
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