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Today’s Challenges

  1. CFMX6.1 from c:\CFusionMX\runtime\logs\default-out.log on Win2k server:

    JRun server “default” does not exist, the server root null was not found. Please verify that the C:\CFusionMX\runtime\lib\servers.xml file contains valid data for this server.

    Additional info from c:\CFusionMX\runtime\logs\default-err.log:

    jrunx.xml.XMLMetaData$CouldNotCreateDocumentException: Could not create document from location ‘file:/C:/CFusionMX/runtime/lib/servers.xml’
    at jrunx.xml.XMLMetaData.createDocument(
    at jrunx.xml.XMLMetaData.importXML(
    at jrunx.xml.XMLMetaData.(
    at jrunx.server.metadata.ServersMetaData.(
    at jrunx.server.ServerManagement.refreshServersMetaData(
    at jrunx.server.ServerManagement.getServerRootDirectory(
    at jrunx.server.ServerManagement.getServerRootDirectoryFile(
    at jrunx.kernel.JRun.startByNTService(
    at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
    at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(
    at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(
    at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(
    at jrunx.kernel.JRun.invoke(
    at jrunx.kernel.JRun.main(

  2. My ftp client refuses to update a client site.

4 thoughts on “Today’s Challenges

  1. I have NO idea what that means. And it makes me mad, because I use CF and just don’t know enough about it to be useful…

    As far as the FTP goes – maybe your rights have changed?

  2. Re/ ftp problem: Have you tried toggling PASV (passive mode ftp) on and off?

  3. You know… I should know better but I didn’t even think about it. I’ll give it a shot!

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