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Oracle9i change port 8080?

 
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Hello everybody,

I have Oracle9.0.1 installed on my machine and also JBoss...When I start JBoss, it says that port 8080 already in use.I found out that my Oracle TNSListener is using this port...Is there a way for me to change this to some other port...This is very very urgent...I am looking for ranchers to rescue me !!!

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Prabha
 
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actually Jboss itself doesn't use port 8080, the tomacat uses this you can change the port settings in the tomcat config file. even i m doing that and using port 8282.

and if really its a TNSListener who is using the port 8080, i think which would not be the case, just delete the listener and create a new customize one via oracle 9i network config assistance.

i think apache server, which is installed with oracle server, uses the port 8080 not the TNSListener.
 
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