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  ColdFusion MX on Mac OS X, Part 4
Subject:   server problem?
Date:   2003-03-08 19:51:43
From:   anonymous2
Hi Dick,


I am trying to run coldfusion MX on J2EE server.
But I am having problem with it.


I downloaded Jrun first and installed, then downloaded coldfusion mx on j2ee developer version and installed too.

I open the jun launcher by typing /Applications/Jrun4/bin/jrun in the Terminal.


I started the Amin and Default servers.
And I typed 127.0.0.1:8000 but I only got this error


"500 There is no web application configured to service your request
There is no web application configured to service your request"


I will be really appreciated for your help.


Thanks in advances

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  • server problem?
    2003-03-09 05:40:34  dicklacara [View]

    OK, a couple of things:

    You are using the JRun Launcher to start things:

    ---Launch the Launcher (Terminal)
    ------Start Admin server (Launcher)
    ---------- JMC (Browser)
    ------Start Default Server (Launcher)

    I prefer to skip the launcher and start the admin server directly from the CLI (Terminal) with:

    ---Start Admin and Default Servers in Background (Terminal)
    ------JMC (Browser)

    From a Terminal window, enter:
       /Applications/JRun4/bin/jrun -start admin &
    Then you get output similar to the following:
       [TiBook:~] cfmx% /Applications/JRun4/bin/jrun -start admin default &
    [1] 1858
    [TiBook:~] cfmx% Starting Macromedia JRun 4 (Build 54102), admin server
    *
    *
    *
    Server admin ready (startup time: 7 seconds)

    Starting Macromedia JRun 4 (Build 54102), default server
    *
    *
    *
    Server default ready (startup time: 9 seconds)
    Once the Admin server has started up, the JMC is available through a browser by entering:

    127.0.0.1:8000
    into a browser.

    If you display the Terminal window in the background, you can see the effect of any JMC activities.

    This way of starting Jrun & servers eliminates some steps, and approximates what you would put in a startup script.

    HTH

    Dick
    • server problem?
      2003-03-10 17:17:19  jchoe [View]

      Hi Dick,

      Thank you for your help.

      However, I am still having same error again.

      Do you think I should reinstall again?

      Is there another method to do or test if there is any problem with my files?

      Thank you again
      • server problem?
        2003-03-10 17:58:18  dicklacara [View]

        I guess I would start over.

        Delete the /Applications/JRun folder

        Re Download JRun and CFMXJ2EE - JRun for Mac OS X.

        and do a complete reinstall.

        Last weekend, I got access to an Xserve & did exactly this -- without any problems.

        Dick