Article:
  ColdFusion MX on Mac OS X, Part 4
Subject:   Problem with Charting
Date:   2003-01-20 13:05:22
From:   lee.smith@mac.com
I'm hoping that you can help


I have installed JRun4 as per Macromedias instructions, successfully and can access the JMC as expected.


I have installed Coldfusion MX as per Macromedias instructions and can access the admin pages and all example applications except for the charting examples, despite (I believe -several complete reinstall attempts) following all macromedias instructions including those specific to the VM arguments under 'settings'. The pages fail to load and cause the Jrun server to fail.


The following are the initiation - termination reports from the terminal:


Starting Macromedia JRun 4 (Build 54102), default server
01/20 20:43:04 info JRun Naming Service listening on *:2908
01/20 20:43:06 info No JDBC data sources have been configured for this server (see jrun-resources.xml)
01/20 20:43:06 info JRun Web Server listening on *:8100
01/20 20:43:07 info Deploying web application "CFMX RDS Application" from: file:/Applications/JRun4/servers/default/CFIDE/
01/20 20:43:07 user JSPServlet: init
01/20 20:43:07 user RDSDispatchServlet: init
01/20 20:43:07 info Deploying web application "Macromedia Coldfusion MX" from: file:/Applications/JRun4/servers/default/cfusion/
01/20 20:43:08 user JSPServlet: init
01/20 20:43:08 user FlashGateway: init
01/20 20:43:09 user FlashGateway: init
01/20 20:43:09 user ColdFusionStartUpServlet: init
01/20 20:43:09 user ColdFusionStartUpServlet: init
01/20 20:43:09 user ColdFusionStartUpServlet: ColdFusion MX: Starting application services
01/20 20:43:09 user ColdFusionStartUpServlet: ColdFusion MX: VM version = 1.3.1_03-69
1 [scheduler-0] INFO coldfusion.server - Starting logging...
01/20 20:43:13 user ColdFusionStartUpServlet: ColdFusion MX: application services are now available
01/20 20:43:13 user CFCServlet: init
01/20 20:43:13 user CFCServlet: init
01/20 20:43:13 user AdminServlet: init
01/20 20:43:13 user AdminServlet: init
01/20 20:43:13 info Deploying enterprise application "default-ear" from: file:/Applications/JRun4/servers/default/default-ear/
01/20 20:43:14 info Deploying web application "JRun Default Web Application" from: file:/Applications/JRun4/servers/default/default-ear/
01/20 20:43:15 info Web Services in default-ear#default-war:
01/20 20:43:15 info AdminService
01/20 20:43:15 user JSPServlet: init
01/20 20:43:16 info Deploying enterprise application "JRun 4.0 Internal J2EE Components" from: file:/Applications/JRun4/lib/jrun-comp.ear
01/20 20:43:16 info Deploying EJB "JRunSQLInvoker" from: file:/Applications/JRun4/lib/jrun-comp.ear
01/20 20:43:17 info Deploying enterprise application "Flash Remoting EAR" from: file:/Applications/JRun4/lib/flashgateway.ear
01/20 20:43:17 info Deploying web application "Flash Remoting" from: file:/Applications/JRun4/lib/flashgateway.ear
01/20 20:43:17 user JSPServlet: init
01/20 20:43:17 user FlashGatewayServlet: init
Server default ready (startup time: 18 seconds)
01/20 20:43:48 user FileServlet: init
01/20 20:43:48 user CfmServlet: init
kCGErrorIllegalArgument : initCGDisplayState: cannot map display interlocks.
kCGErrorIllegalArgument : CGSNewConnection cannot get connection port
INIT_Processeses(), could not establish the default connection to the WindowServer.Abort


I am running, OS X 10.2.3, fully patched with the apple default version of Java


I am very much impressed with the series of articles and would appreciate any advice


Thanks


Lee.

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  • Problem with Charting
    2003-01-20 14:20:33  dicklacara [View]

    Do another reinstall, but skip step #9 (related to graphics) for JRun.

    For Tomcat skip step 10>

    I tested CFMX for J2EE all during the bata and after the release -- the special instructions for graphics were never required,

    Dick