Carlos, don't leave us in suspense, dude: what was the name of the mapping? :-)
That said, I have not seen (or heard) of CFB creating CF mappings, at all. I don't see why it would (or even how, really--it's job is not to modify CF. I'm not aware of any feature that does.)
At least if you tell us the mapping, maybe someone will say "yeah, I have that too". Or we can search to see if anyone has mentioned it. But really, I wonder if it got there some other way (I supect it would have to be someone, but certainly there is the Admin API where it could be put there programatically by some CF app someone wrote.)
In the end, though, I do still wonder how it would have affected your seeing CFCs you knew were there. The existence of one (even failing) mapping shouldn't stop CF (or DW, or CFB) from finding CFCs through all the other routes it looks (webroot, custom tag paths, mappings, etc.)
Hope that's helpful.
Well, do we have a mystery here?
I did not quote the mappingt because since it only exists in my local server, I did not think it was relevant to those reading my post. The mapping (mappings in CF8 do not have names):
Logical path: / -- (?? not sure – I did not pay attention, just erased it)
Directory path: C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\TimoSite\Htdocs\wg\products\CFCs\tinder
I recognized it because it’s the same “[source path] tinder” that I use in a little Flash Builder project I have been playing with for a few weeks - ‘tinder’ is the folder that contains 3 CFCs + 1 CFM template, and is the one I tried to make into a CF Builder project, to see how it works. That is the project that failed. Before I tried to make that project, everything in Dreamweaver was normal.
My computer is password protected and I don’t allow anyone to even come near it. If CF Builder did not create the mapping, it had to be me; maybe I was going nuts trying anything to see the project get created. I admit that is possible. Maybe this is your chance to establish once and for all that I am crazy.
But regarding your “I do still wonder how it would have affected your seeing CFCs …”, what can I say? All I know is, I erased the mapping, closed Dreamweaver and shut down my computer. The next time I started the computer, the first thing I did was to open Dreamweaver and see the CFCs back where they always were before I tried to create that CFB project – everything back to normal.
Perhaps I should write a book.