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Oracle Express Edition 11g Release 2 on Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS with APEX 5 and ORDS
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docker-oracle-apex-ords

Oracle Express Edition 11g Release 2 on Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS with APEX 5.1.1 and ORDS 3.0.9 on Tomcat

Option 1. Own docker image, with custom password

Get the image code from github:

git clone --depth=1 https://github.com/araczkowski/docker-oracle-apex-ords.git <own-image-name>
cd <own-image-name>

Building your own image, with custom password:

docker build -t <own-image-name> --build-arg PASSWORD=<custom-password> .

Run the container based on your own image with 8080, 1521, 22 ports opened:

docker run -d --name <own-container-name> -p 49160:22 -p 8080:8080 -p 1521:1521 <own-image-name>

Option 2. Get the prebuilt image from docker hub

Installation:

docker pull araczkowski/oracle-apex-ords

Run the container based on prebuilt image from docker with 8080, 1521, 22 ports opened:

docker run -d --name <own-container-name> -p 49160:22 -p 8080:8080 -p 1521:1521 araczkowski/oracle-apex-ords    

Password for SYS & SYSTEM & Tomcat ADMIN & APEX ADMIN:

    secret

Connect to server in container (Option 1. / Option 2.)

Connect via ssh to server with following setting:
ssh root@localhost -p 49160
password: <custom-password> / secret
Connect database with following setting:
hostname: localhost
port: 1521
sid: xe
username: system
password: <custom-password> / secret
Connect to Tomcat Manager with following settings:
http://localhost:8080/manager
user: ADMIN
password: <custom-password> / secret
Connect to Oracle Application Express web management console via ORDS with following settings:
http://localhost:8080/ords/apex
workspace: INTERNAL
user: ADMIN
password: <custom-password> / secret
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Comments (7)
pcraenme
3 months ago

Just installed it again after I reinstalled Windows 10 Pro on my PC. Nice to see it has been upgraded to APEX 5.1.1 already. Would be nice if Oracle database would also be 12c R2 instead of 11g R2. Any plans for that?

And I encountered one problem. I could not login to Tomcat Manager. When I had a look at the tomcat-users.xml file, I noticed the user is admin instead of ADMIN. Maybe you can change that in the instructions above?

lukash
5 months ago

Thanks a lot. Very useful. Based a fresh project on your work: https://github.com/lukash33/meta-archive

loocar
5 months ago

I cant startup In container oracle xe db -
ORA-03113: end-of-file on communication channel

loocar
5 months ago

On http://localhost:8080/ords/apex i have:
404 Not Found
The request could not be mapped to any database. Check the request URL is correct, and that URL to database mappings have been correctly configured

araczkowski
8 months ago

Hi,

@pcraenme
I'm glad that it's useful to you.

@lmfmsilva
yes, it is time to try the newest APEX - I will do this update soon

Regards

pcraenme
8 months ago

Works great, thanks.

@lmfmsilva
You can upgrade APEX to 5.1. Just follow Oracle APEX installation instructions. The only additional step that is needed is to manually refresh the images in /tomcat/webapps/i/ with the new APEX 5.1 images.

lmfmsilva
8 months ago

Hi,

Are you thinking about providing an image with Apex 5.1?