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  ColdFusion MX on Mac OS X, Part 3
Subject:   After a few months of smooth use I'm getting: java.lang.IncompatibleClassChangeError
Date:   2003-03-14 08:18:37
From:   swankboy
Response to: After a few months of smooth use I'm getting: java.lang.IncompatibleClassChangeError

Yeah, I broke down in the middle of the night and installed the Mac OS X version. It was going to happen eventually anyway. I'm back up and running. I'm a little curious though since I have a license code I paid for to run the prof/dev version of CFMX on Linux. From what I read my number should work across platforms, but when I tried putting it in this morning it wasn't working. I'll try it later today when I get back again. I may have to fire off an e-mail. Anyone else had this issue? I just want clients to be able to access my dev server from multiple IPs of course. The setup I had was working great. I guess I have 30 days to get this sorted out.


Thanks a ton.

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  • After a few months of smooth use I'm getting: java.lang.IncompatibleClassChangeError
    2003-03-14 08:41:17  dicklacara [View]

    I am glad you are up and running -- there are some issues running CFMXJ2EE for Mac OS X (Developer) with JRun 1.4.1.

    AFAIK, these are mostly related to the GUI Install and Sample programs using the PointBase database supplied with CFMX.

    So, you should be good to go with what you are doing.

    As to the license code:

    According to Macromedia, the license code should work on any platform for a given product.

    But, since CFMXJ2EE and CFMX Standalone Professional are 2 different products (at two different prices) I can understand that your current license code wouldn't work on a different product.

    It will be interesting to see how Macromedia handles this -- please post or email me privately with the resolution.

    Dick