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I'm having the same problem when conecting to a remote server. It works fine when I use the local machine. I'm glad it's not just me.
I too am having the same exact problem... RDS Fileview and Dataview are both working but the Services browser returnts the "Unable to get meta data for cfc" what is the solution to this?
To Justin et al:
If there is a solution, it’s top secret. I still have the exact same problem.
I suspect this is yet another member of the Bug class and not just an isolated case. Here is why I say that:
The problem fist appeared last July, when I was working with and FB2 trial, at which time I posted. Since then, I have purchased FB2, re-downloaded the installation file and re-installed; then I re-installed again on a brand new computer that I got last October. I tried again today and it’s exactly what you described and I have been experiencing.
As you may know, Dreamweaver has pretty much the same Services Browser; it has always worked fine there.
Don’t hold your breath waiting for Adobe people to respond to this.
Well I was able to resolve this problem by un-installing and re-installing CF.
I did some further testing (un/re-install again) and it appears that this problem occurs when CF is installed in devnet version mode and not if in developer mode.
To check if CF is installed in devnet mode look in the CF Administrator under "server settings->settings summary->version information" You will see a notation for devnet.
I also did a little poking around and this happens whenever you install CF using a certain range license keys. The keys in this range are valid keys for installation but they alter some critical settings in CF (the flash paper/pdf watermark and apparently some RDS stuff) The solution is to install with a non dev-net key or in developer mode.
Thanks Justin, I had a DevNet version of CF also.
I re-installed per your instructions and it'a all working fine now.