Sunday, March 14, 2010


So I installed coldfision for all IIS webservers, not the in-built servers. I'm running ISS7 on my computer and that is what I am using. The installation and configuration went smoothly until when I started administrator to complete the whole process, it gives the error messsage as in the printscreen below. On starting the webserver configuration tool does not start as well on clicking on it, instead it gives the error shown below.
Here are a few things I have done to correct this but in vain.

1. I have made sure that the folder CFIDE with the correct files are in the webserver ie C:/inetpub/wwwroot
2. The default address in the browser upon clicking administrator is I tried changing it to http://my_computer_name/CFIDE/administrator/index.cfm but still I get the same error message. I even tried http://my_computer_name:8500/CFIDE/administrator/index.cfm
3. I have made sure that I have enabled ISAPI extensions and IIS Metabase & IIS6 configuration compatibitlity from windows features

The error message says -

HTTP Error 404.3 - Not Found

The page you are requesting cannot be served because of the extension configuration. If the page is a script, add a handler. If the file should be downloaded, add a MIME map.

On Starting Web server configuration tool, the screen shows as the image below and the error message reads "The procedure entry point_JVM_GetClassAccessFlags@8 could not be located in the dynamic link library jvm.dll"

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TJ Downes said...

A few things to bear in kind with IIS7:

1. IIS 7 does not use ISAPI by default. You have to enable this in the features of IIS7.
2. You need to have the IIS6 metabase tools installed as well
3. You cannot run x64 CF on a 32bit version of Windows
4. Isf you are using a 32bit version of CF on x64 IIS you must enable 32bit applications in the application pool.

If you have verified this stuff and still have issues then I recommend Googling for ColdFusion on IIS7 and following those instructions

appleseedexm said...

Try to access http://localhost/WEB-INF/. IF you find something, check your wwwroot for the WEB-INF folder. If there's no WEB-INF folder, your CF Server points to your #ColdFusionFolder#/wwwroot/ folder. Go in there and you'll find the WEB-INF folder. Open the jrun-web.xml file and change the to point on your wwwroot folder. Hope this is the case and that this helpes.

lulu said...

whats all this wyndago?

Wyndago said...

Thanks people, let me try that.

@lulu, Coldfusion is a software for creating web applications. Hope you good though.

怎麼做才好 said...

nice job! waiting for your new artical. ........................................

Room_45 said...

Solution: Come play GTA upto 4am

lulu said...

do show up wyndago

rockhead said...

You use coldfusion? props dude props!and u have windows 7! I want!

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