I am having a 64 bit machine on which windows server 2008 R2 is installed. IIS 7.0 is configured and running on it. on which I have my organisations main website. I have to install Cold fusion on this machine as some of my site pages are designed with CF.
I used all the default settings for installing cold fusion 9. It got completed succefully. But after I restarted my system and tried accesing my ASP.net website it was not loading the page. Text getting displayed was only as follows '<script> src="'. Later I unsistalled CF and my site was working fine.
Please can any one guide me to successfully install Cold fusion without disturbing my main site deployed on IIS ?
Make sure that you are installing a 64 bit ColdFusion in your server. If you have 32 bit then you can download the 64 bit and then install that in your server with same product key.
If this not the case then can you please post the exact error message you are getting while trying to access the .net application and also please mention whether your ColdFusion application is running successfully from the same server or not?
Thanks for your response. It is a 64 bit machine and the setup is also 64 bit.
I would like to mention some points related to my deployment scenario:
Issue when I install cold Fusion using default settings, my .net Website does not get loaded.
If you have installed 64 bit ColdFusion then:
ColdFusion 9.0.1 is now available. In which they have made some major changes to support the IIS 7 . Do not forget to download the 64 bit patch for the ColdFusion 9.0.1. Then add the patch to ColdFusion. Restart the server.
For more details go to: http://www.coldfusionjedi.com/index.cfm/2010/7/13/ColdFusion-901-Relea sed .
If you have installed 32 bit ColdFusion then:
- Uninstall ColdFusion (32 bit).
- Restart the server .
- Install ColdFusion (64 bit) .
- Complete the server set up process.
- Add ColdFusion 9.0.1 (64 bit) fix.
When you refer to the "64 bit patch" are you referring to the hotfix to 9.01, or to something else? I've installed 64-bit 9.0 on 64-bit Windows 2008, then the 9.01 update, then the 9.01 hotfix #1, and all seems to be running well. If there is another patch that I've missed, I'd be interested in more info. I didn't see anything specific about a 64-bit patch in Ray's blog posting that you gave the link to, or on the Adobe site.
@Reed Powell :
1. The 64 bit patch means the 9.0.1 for 64 bit ColdFusion installation. There is also patch(9.0.1) for 32 bit ColdFusion installation. If you put a 32bit patch in 64 bit installation then it will create problem.
2. In my case when I was accessing the .net or php application after installing the ColdFusion it was not working. I have made mistake by installing a 32 bit patch(9.0.1) in a 64 bit installation.(ERROR MESSAGE:- Service not found)
After installing ColdFusion you must check whether a simple html and cfm file is accessible through web server or not. If the html and cfm file is running then your installation of ColdFusion server is successful and also the IIS is working. After that it should support the other application server.
I hope you will understand .
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