More than likely you’re creating the context in Tomcat before you create the proper definition in IIS. This can happen if you try to visit a site before you’ve created it’s definition in IIS. Automatically generated contexts exist in-memory, so no changes are made to your config file directly. So, if this happens to you again, simply restart Tomcat (which clears out the in-memory contexts), and now that the proper definition exists in IIS, that’s what BonCode will pass to the mod_cfml valve, and your context will be created with the proper information this time.
Hope this helps.–
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From: “Pierre Larde” <@Pierre_Larde>
To: “Lucee” email@example.com
Sent: Tuesday, October 4, 2016 4:21:28 AM
Subject: [Lucee] Boncode working and not working
I have installed the Boncode,
using Lucee V4.5
When I declare a site in IIS7 , doing the liaison,
sometime it works well,
I can access the site running on Lucee, (nothing to do more, all is
and sometime, it does not work, I get the Lucee presentation page (instead
of the site page)
What could be the reason ?
Why this is not reliable ?
Then to make it work, I have to add these lines in the server.xml file :
And stop/start the Lucee service on window.
Also, I cannot see the other declared sites on IIS7 in the server.xml file
Where is stored the declaration in Tomcat ?
Thanks to any information, on this,
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