HELP : I retrieve a blank page with UTL_HTTP in a request to a server which listen in a different Port than 80

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Dear colleagues I have a problem because a developer form our team, has a problem to retrieve a webpage in Oracle Portal whit UTL_HTTP. If he attempts to retrieve a webpage (pending to Oracle Portal) by a PACKAGE whit the next sentence: URL_TABLE := utl_http.request_pieces(p_website, 99999, '<server.domain.com>:7778') he received a blank page. If he attempts to retrieve the same webpage, whitout the port number, he received a blank page, logically because the request is send to the port 80 (the default value). I know that UTL_HTTP has a VARIABLE DEFAULT_HTTP_PORT, but, How I retrieve a web_page from a Portal server with a different Port than 80, by PL/SQL? Thanks a lot! [Xavi]
ASKED: July 12, 2006  1:44 PM

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