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Hmmm. I suppose that could be the problem. I'm not exactly what type of request i need to account for, but i'll take a look and see how it goes.
Well, it didn't seem to work, unfortunately. I am going to try and install the :8500 standalone server to see if that helps.
A couple of thoughts:1 person found this helpful
1. Have you set up and tested your RDS for the server? (window>preferences>RDS Configuration)
2. Can you locate your services? (window>other views>Coldfusion>Services browser)
3. Did you modify the services-config.xml file and change the <use-mappings> to true?( coldfusionMX7/wwwroot/WEB-INF/flex/services-config.xml)
4. Did you re-start ColdFusion services after making this change?
If you've done all the above, stop your ColdFusion service. Then restart it by running the CFstart.bat file in a cmd prompt window, and capture the output. You should see a clean start of CF, then see the messaging when your application tries to communicate with the CF server.
It was the config file after all. Thanks for your help.
The problem: <use-mappings> was still set to false. Thanks!
So if you set the use-mapping to true, do you have to set up a mapping in the CF Admin?1 person found this helpful