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  ColdFusion MX on Mac OS X, Part 3
Subject:   Error Messages
Date:   2003-01-11 00:45:37
From:   dicklacara
Response to: Error Messages

A couple of thoughts:


Are you ysing Jaguar?


I installed Tomcat using the procedure at:


http://www.macdevcenter.com/pub/a/mac/2002/06/18/tomcat.html


You might want to reinstall Tomcat & then CFMX for J2EE.


Also, have a look at JRun -- free, easy to install, connects to Apache (no port required), has Clustering and Load Balancing, and iss Certified J2EE-compliant.


Dick


P.S. I have both JRun and Tomcat installs of CFMX boot at startup


Dick

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  • Error Messages
    2003-01-11 10:03:49  jodeo [View]

    JRun -- FREE?
    I'm such a dolt. I had no idea. I'll try that and trash my earlier install of Tomcat (after I get JRun running).

    Thanks Dick. You're fabulous!

    PS: I too started with Apple's Tomcat install and didn't quite get it working. After looking at O'Reilly's article I finally found clues that helped me get it going.
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      2003-01-12 09:29:09  dicklacara [View]

      I don't know that I'd trash the Tomcat install -- It is a good system.

      I have found the O'Reilly articles a little easier to execute than the Apple articles (I think there is more attention to those of us without Unix backgrounds).

      I just installed MySQL, according to Apple's instructions -- you need to read between the lines and/or deviate from the instructions to sucessfully complete the install.

      Dick