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Jan
13
comment ColdFusion 11 Scheduled Task not running
Glad you got it working. Nice job!
Jan
13
comment ColdFusion 11 Scheduled Task not running
Yes that is correct. You must install the certificate within the JRE that ColdFusion is using. Just to clarify further, if you have ColdFusion configured to use C:\Program Files\Java then you would import the certificate to the keystore located under that same folder C:\Program Files\Java. And you must restart CF after importing.
Jan
12
comment ColdFusion 11 Scheduled Task not running
Are you sure you imported the certificate into the correct Java keystore (the JVM that ColdFusion is running under)? Did you restart ColdFusion after importing the certificate? Is there an authentication challenge (username/password) to reach that URL?
Nov
7
comment Prevent Coldfusion server from writing uploaded files to disk
That can only happen if you have some process already in place (form) that allows uploading of files.
Nov
5
comment Prevent Coldfusion server from writing uploaded files to disk
Why not just remove the file upload capability from the form?
Nov
5
comment Prevent Coldfusion server from writing uploaded files to disk
So you are talking about preventing the server from writing the file to disk? Are you wanting to use these files or are you trying to prevent files from being uploaded to your server?
Nov
5
answered Prevent Coldfusion server from writing uploaded files to disk
Oct
13
comment SEVERE: Servlet.service() for servlet [CfmServlet] in context with path [/] threw exception
Alrighty then. Well technically your error java.io.IOException: Socket read failed is a connection issue but the cause of which could be several different things. I found this one referring to a timeout setting. Other than that I'm afraid I have no more ideas. I still believe this has something to do with those clients though and not so much your server. Something is different on their end or at least different enough to set your code off into an error. Good luck!
Oct
13
comment SEVERE: Servlet.service() for servlet [CfmServlet] in context with path [/] threw exception
My point here is that you say 95% of your clients are working fine. It is only this subset of clients having an issue. While you are getting an error in your logs I would still look into what is different with these failing clients versus your working clients. It could be any number of things that is causing the issue. Could be a connection timeout. Could be a specific file type they are uploading. Could be something in how they create the file they are trying to upload. Files created on a Mac versus a PC. Etc, etc.
Oct
13
comment SEVERE: Servlet.service() for servlet [CfmServlet] in context with path [/] threw exception
It may if it is altering the request. In your question you state that IIS reports Failed request logs tell me its a bad request..
Oct
13
comment SEVERE: Servlet.service() for servlet [CfmServlet] in context with path [/] threw exception
Since it is only happening with such a small portion of your user base it seems likely an issue on their end don't you think? So what hardware/software is between their users and your server? Seems like something in the connection might be the culprit here. Do you know someone from their "IT" team that may be able to help you troubleshoot? Perhaps they could try connecting to your server while bypassing some of their network appliances/proxies and see if the issue remains.
Aug
24
comment ColdFusion 8 connectors not working with IIS-8
@RejithRKrishnan, you can try to configure everything manually (without running wsconfig). Steps are here - adobe.com/devnet/coldfusion/articles/iis-configuration.html
Aug
24
answered ColdFusion 8 connectors not working with IIS-8
Apr
28
answered Web Farm Framework on Windows Server 2012
Mar
6
comment For maximum security should I use distributed mode or a reverse proxy setup?
I think I'm starting to understand it now. Thanks again for your help.
Mar
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Mar
5
accepted For maximum security should I use distributed mode or a reverse proxy setup?
Mar
4
comment For maximum security should I use distributed mode or a reverse proxy setup?
Your answer is definitely helpful and I have up voted it for that reason. I have not accepted it yet in case someone else answers. If not, I will. Can you answer one more question. When you use a reverse proxy do you still have a web server installed on your ColdFusion server? Or do you setup the proxy to communicate directly to ColdFusion/Tomcat? Thanks for your help on this!
Mar
4
comment For maximum security should I use distributed mode or a reverse proxy setup?
Sorry I'm not trying to deviate from the original intent of my question. And I realize that there may not be a specific answer to it which may bend the rules of this site. I'm beginning to think that my understanding of the architecture in a reverse proxy setup is wrong. I don't have a specific link to point you to either but my perception is that hardly anyone runs ColdFusion in "distributed mode". I see more references to reverse proxy instead. If a reverse proxy is nothing more than a different web connector than I definitely misunderstood.