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I have installed Oracle Database 11g Express Edition. When I click on the Get Started I get a message http://127.0.0.1% HTTPPORT %/apex/f ? p=4950.
What to do?
 
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This is exactly what you see?

   http://127.0.0.1% HTTPPORT %/apex/f ? p=4950

Two things: it looks like the environment variable HTTPPORT has not been set.  Second, it looks like there are spaces in the URL.  That's not allowed (or was that just from copying the text?)
 
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Knute Snortum wrote:This is exactly what you see?

   http://127.0.0.1% HTTPPORT %/apex/f ? p=4950

Two things: it looks like the environment variable HTTPPORT has not been set.  Second, it looks like there are spaces in the URL.  That's not allowed (or was that just from copying the text?)



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