Listen for web requests by the client using the HTTP protocol. The default port on which to listen is 80.
Listen for web requests by the client using the HTTPS protocol. The default port on which to listen is 443. You must
specify the server's certificate and password to use HTTPS. The password must be an RSA certificate because HTTPS uses RSA
The HTTP server supports HTTPS connections using SSL version 3.0 and TLS versions 1.0 and 1.1.
You can specify HTTPS, or HTTPS with FIPS=Y for FIPS-certified RSA encryption. FIPS-certified HTTPS uses a separate certified library, but is compatible with HTTPS.
Use the -xs option to specify which web protocols you want to use to listen for requests.
If you do not specify the -xs option, the database server doesn't attempt to listen for web requests.
To specify multiple protocols, you can specify the -xs option for each protocol or you can specify multiple protocols with
one -xs option. The server listens for web requests using all the specified protocols.
To start multiple web servers at the same time, change the port for one of them since they both have the same default port.