Ok - after a week of "fishing" to find the root cause of why
my Flex applications wouldn't work on my ColdFusion server (they
would work on my local server, but not the actual remote server),
and I couldn't find any record of the error message I was getting
So, after much hunting, and trying what everyone else has
suggested (even though the errors they were getting were not the
same), I started fresh this morning. I ~~WAS~~ working in an
instance of ColdFusion Server, and so I removed my instance, and
then recreated it, and while looking up how to re-enable RDS I
finally "saw the light". I read on one page (
that mentioned Coldfusion MX does not support using RDS if you
install multiple instances of ColdFusion MS on a single web server.
Since I was using an instance, I tried the exact same code in the
main wwwroot of the server,and BAM - workey workey!
My conclusion - Flex Apps won't work in an instance of
Coldfusion 7 to connect to CFCs using Flash Remoting. Whether this
is true or not, I don't know, but I couldn't get it to work, and
now it does. If anyone knows of a work around, I'd love to hear it.
I like the concept of working in my own instance, but if I can't,
no big deal.
When I say "instance", I mean in a multi-server installation
of CF7 - in the Administrator, under the Enterprise Manager, the
instance manager was used to create a new Instance. As far as I
know, the CF7 server isn't running with Apache or anything other