Put that in your test file. It will show exacty what version of ColdFusion you are dealing with.
Are you insinuating that they are not being honest about which version they are on? lol
Or confused... It would not be the first time that I have heard of an ISP right hand that did not know what it's left hand was doing|did|done.
Any other ideas?
Coldfusion wouldn't see application.cfc! That must be capital A.
That is indeed important on unix flavored ColdFusion installs.
You can get by with sloppy naming on windows server where Application.cfc and application.cfc are the same files and either spelling will be called by the CF engine. But on a unix server these are seperate and distinct files and ONLY the Application.cfc file will be called.
The only thing I can think of is that *.cfc is not set up in IIS.
You can test it. Save the following code as TestComponent.cfc.
<cffunction name="f" returntype="String">
<cfreturn "It works!">
In the same directory, create and run a CFM page containing the line
Dunno... when the documentation takes such great pains to point out the importance of this issue, and does not discuss "platforms" when doing so, I'll believe them and capitalize that filename.