I have ColdFusion 9 Beta installed on top of an Apache web server. It works fine, but when I tried to add a server, but the only option I have is a JRun server. Am I missing somethig? Is CFBuilder only working for the standard standalone installation on CF9 for now?
You need to mention the WebServer port in Server dialog as port of Apache. And document root of apache (By default htdocs). CFBuilder is supported on CF9. If it is not able to solve then send us the screen shots of Server dialog.
The ColdFusion Builder supports JRun based servers.
You can add your server that is on the top of Apache Webserver.
Just mention the appropriate web server port and document root for it while adding the server.
Sorry for the delay, I was out for a while. I took a closer look and it actually works. It added the server just fine. It still throughs an error when I try to restart the server using CFBuilder but I'm working on it. Thanks for all your help.
Ok, new problem... I added the CF9 server to CFBuilder but when I try to run a .cfm file using the Run button it launches the browser and fails to open the page. I took a closer look at the URL and instead of http://localhost:8500/test/index.cfm (witch works when I type it in the browser) it outputs https://localhost:8500/test/index.cfm. For some reason it tryes to open the apache server on https although I don't have SSL installed. I took a look at the httpd.conf file and there doesn't seem to be anything there that could cause this. I've attached the .conf file in case it might help. If there is some more useful information that I've missed, please let me know so I can provide it as soon as possible. Thanks.
[correction: I tried to upload the .conf file but it's not allowed. I saved it as a .txt. I hope it works]
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