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> I'm trying to submit a form to a secure url (https). I'm able to submit
> successfully but the called page makes a call
> to a cfc (com.utility). It chokes on this call. I'm able to call this cfc
> successfully on other pages via regular
> http (not SSL) so that tells me it's not a issue with the cfc itself.
> Anybody know why this is, how to fix or even how to troubleshoot it?
Is your secure site on a different server, or have a different physical
directory on the remote server? If so, make sure that your CFC actually
exists in the same location on your secure directory. If your non-secure
and secure site are both pointing to the exact same physical location,
then you wouldn't be seeing this error.
Site Drive, Inc.
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The site is
and the secure site is
where domain is our domainname and secure is our secure domainname
and /domain is a virtual directory on IIS.
I have all my components in a directory named "com" off the webroot.
What i would like to do is be able to call my components from either the secure or non-secure site using
the same code. Currently i'm able to call my components from the non-secure url successfully. When I try calling them from a secure page CF chokes saying it can't find it
Could not find the ColdFusion Component or Interface com.componentname
I believe the issue has to do with trying to call the cfc from the sslwebroot
WITHOUT the appended virtual directory "/domain", where of course it wouldn't find the component, but i'm unsure.
Any ideas how i can fix this?