Should we know what RMA means? Request for Medical Attention, perhaps?
Really Meaningless Abbreviation?
Thank you for your post. Did you check the error logs?
I checked the error logs right after the 500 error was thrown and I don't see any reference to that page or error at all. Is there some setting I'm missing that will show this error? Should I clear out the log pages?
Please disregard the RMA acronym. It's extra detail that's irrelevant to the issue.
Does anyone have any suggestions please?
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Start from the beginning. Return to the default values, and see what happens. To do so, proceed as follows.
Temporarily shut ColdFusion down. Create a back-up of the file neo-runtime.xml, just in case.
Now, open the file in a text editor and revert postParametersLimit and postSizeLimit to their respective default values, namely,
That is, 100 parameters and 100 MB, respectively. (Note that there is no postParameterSize! If you had included that element in the XML, remove it.)
Restart ColdFusion. Test and tell.
Issue was resolved. Followed BKBK's suggestion to reset everything back...still got the 500 error with nothing in the error logs. I then changed postParametersLimit to 5000 ( I have to set this to a large number because some forms will be in the 1000's...I know this is a bad practice). Changed postSizeLimit to 300.0 and the forms work now.