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Throwing 404 Errors For PATH_INFO In Multiserver ColdFusion Installation By Ben Nadel on June 3, 2010 Tags: ColdFusion A few weeks ago, I hired Jamie Krug to help me set up a local development environment consisting of a multiserver ColdFusion installation. This included setting up Apache, ColdFusion 8, and ColdFusion 9 for use on the same code bases. For as long as I can remember, I've only ever used the standalone version of ColdFusion; so, when it came to deploying EAR files, I wanted some professional guidance. Jamie did the most fantastic job hand-holding me through the process - we got ColdFusion 8 and ColdFusion 9 EAR files running on the first try.However, when I went to test one of the ColdFusion EAR deployments on my personal site (bennadel.com), JRUN started throwing "404 Not Found" errors. After a bit of poking around, we realized that the problem seemed to stem from the fact that my site was using URL Rewriting (mod_rewrite locally, IIS Mod-Rewrite in production). The underlying rewrite rules were forwarding the request to URLs that looked like this:/index.cfm/foo/bar/... where "/foo/bar/" was the PATH_INFO aspect of the URL after the rewrite rules were applied.Once we realized that this was the problem, we tried using PATH_INFO on the standalone ColdFusion install (the one being used to deploy the EAR files). This worked as expected; so, the next thing we did was compare the web.xml file of the standalone install to the web.xml files of the multiserver ColdFusion installations. What we found was that the SES section of the web configuration files were commented out in the multiserver installations:web.xmlAs Jamie explained it to me, apparently not all J2EE servers support PATH_INFO; so, when you use a multiserver installation, the installer cannot be sure that PATH_INFO will be tolerated and therefore comments it out. Once we figured this out, I uncommented the SES configuration, restarted the ColdFusion service, and everything ran perfectly! Tweet This Groovy post by @BenNadel - JRUN Throwing 404 Errors For PATH_INFO In Multiserver ColdFusion Installation Thanks my man — you rock the party that rocks the body! Enjoyed This? You Might Also Enjoy Reading: JRUN Servlet Error: coldfusion.runtime.CfJspPa

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main problem is that binary files used in Verity won't work. There may be some other binary files used for other features and they won't work either. -----Original Message----- From: DuSTiN KRySaK [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 12:56 PM To: CF-Linux Subject: Re: 404 Page not found" error & "JRun Servlet Error Thanks! I had actually come across that exact thread last night and got everything worked out! That was a relief!!! So I now have cfmx running on RH 8. Woo! Dustin On 2/13/03 7:38 AM, "Steven Erat" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> spit this out onto my computer screen: > (Posted this to the wrong thread before....) > > See this thread for information: > http://webforums.macromedia.com/coldfusion/messageview.cfm?catid=2&threadid=51 > 3658#1902121 > > Watch out for the line wrap in the above url. > > This was a bug, which is fixed in the coming Updater 3. > > -----Original Message----- > From: DuSTiN KRySaK [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] > Sent: Wednesday, February 12, 2003 10:07 PM > To: CF-Linux > Subject: 404 Page not found" error & "JRun Servlet Error > > RH8 > Httpd 2.0.44 > CFMX > Updater 2 > > No errors, all installed, both services start just fine. > > When I go to the admin pages, I get a "404 Page not found" error, and the > title of the browser says "JRun Servlet Error" > > And does a mime type for CFM files need to be configured? I was looking on > my server and it is not... Now trying to find the docs to configure a mime > type for coldfusion.... If this is not the case also- please let me know. > > > > Any ideas? > > > Thanks! > > > Dustin > > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~| Archives: http://www.houseoffusion.com/cf_lists/index.cfm?forumid=14 Subscription: http://www.houseoffusion.com/cf_lists/index.cfm?method=subscribe&forumid=14 Get the mailserver that powers this list at http://www.coolfusion.com Unsubscribe: http://www.houseoffusion.com/cf_lists/unsubscribe.cfm?user=89.70.14 Previous message View by thread View by date Next message 404 Page not found" error & "JRun Servlet Erro... DuSTiN KRySaK RE: 404 Page not found" error & "JRun Ser... Steven Erat Re: 404 Page not found" error & "JRun... DuSTiN KRySaK RE: 404 Page not found" error & "JRun Ser... Steven Erat RE: 404 Page not found" error & "JRun... Steve Johnson Re: 404 Page not found" error & "JRun... DuSTiN KRySaK RE: 404 Page not found" error & "JRun Ser... Steven Erat RE: 404 Page not found" error & "JRun... Steve Johnson Reply via email to Search the site The Mail Arch

 

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Jrun Servlet Error Null p null Mysterious ColdFusion Error By Ben Nadel on June Tags ColdFusion When I first encountered the null error it took many head-beating sessions to figure out what the hell was going on The very nature of the null error makes it hard to debug This occurs from what I can figure when an error gets thrown so early in your application that nothing ever gets flushed to the browser The null part of the error probably means that no data was received from the browser In order to debug this error put a CFFlush tag

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Jrun Servlet Error p threaded view diams diams Report Content as Inappropriate diams diams JRun Throwing Errors Hello On one of my servers starting about hours ago all of a sudden JRun seems to be shutting down or something It quits responding and displays the following error message on every request Request timed out waiting to execute For the last hours this has occurred repeatedly with a max interval of hours Nothing in the CF logs gives me any indication of what the cause is Where can I check to try and pinpoint the cause The server specs CPU x

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Jrun Servlet Error Null Coldfusion p Administration I ran the Updater hoping that the new throttle settings would allow me to support very large uploads in the area of gb and higher I set the Request Throttle Memory to mb and was able to upload a mb file but nothing larger The error is shown below So how do I change the JRun servlet Post Size limit Is it even possible head title JRun Servlet Error title head Post Size exceeds the maximum limit body Post Size exceeds the maximum limit body Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page

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Jrun Servlet Error p Administration I ran the Updater hoping that the new throttle settings would allow me to support very large uploads in the area of gb and higher I set the Request Throttle Memory to mb and was able to upload a mb file but nothing larger The error is shown below So how do I change the JRun servlet Post Size limit Is it even possible head title JRun Servlet Error title head Post Size exceeds the maximum limit body Post Size exceeds the maximum limit body Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page hellip Subscribe

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Jrun Servlet Error Coldfusion p Administration I ran the Updater hoping that the new throttle settings would allow me to support very large uploads in the area of gb and higher I set the Request Throttle Memory to mb and was able to upload a mb file but nothing larger The error is shown below So how do I change the JRun servlet Post Size limit Is it even possible head title JRun Servlet Error title head Post Size exceeds the maximum limit body Post Size exceeds the maximum limit body Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page hellip