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  ColdFusion MX on Mac OS X, Part 4
Subject:   Aargghhh!!! Deadlines Approach!!
Date:   2003-01-31 09:12:30
From:   brianimator
Response to: Aargghhh!!! Deadlines Approach!!

(had to register, so I'm no longer anonymous)


What I mean -
The address bar clued me into where Jrun looks to get to the CF Admin - I put my web directory in the same place.


My home page worked, but none of the links did, as they are site, not document specific. In order to get to a page, I had to manually type in the address bar to get where I wanted to. .Cfm pages with actual dynamic content ran fine, while place holder .cfm pages (just html with a few static images) gave me a string of text accross the screen (not the usual ColdFusion debug screen)


This will all be a bad memory hopefully. I'll use your suggestion in your reply, and if that doesn't work, I'll point JRun to Apache. (I'd use the ~/Sites directory - would that work?)


Thanks a Ton!!!

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  • Aargghhh!!! Deadlines Approach!!
    2003-01-31 10:23:19  dicklacara [View]

    OK, Since you didn't give me a path, I will assume the following:
    Applications
    --JRun4
    ----servers
    ------admin
    ------default
    --------CFIDE.............(for RDS deployment)
    --------cfusion...........(equivalent of wwwroot)
    ----------cfdocs
    ----------CFIDE...........(holds the Administrator)
    ----------index.cfm.......(RDS Redirector)
    ----------index.htm.......(RDS Redirector)
    ----------index.html......(RDS Redirector)
    ----------META_INF
    ----------WEB-INF
    ----------YourCFMXapps1...(Your App 1)
    ----------YourCFMXapps2...(Your App 2)
    ----------YourCFMXapps3...(Your App 3)
    --------default-ear
    --------SERVER-INF
    ------lib
    ------samples
    ------template.zip
    Put your CF apps in YourCFMXAppsn. Do not put anything under either CFIDE directory (you will be running under that directory's Application.cfm)

    Do not try to point JRun to Apache at this time -- that will further complicate the issue.

    I would experiment with the GetBaseTemplatePath() function to validate that templates are stored where you think they should be.

    Dick.