Installing Lucy in windows 2012 with IIS and CF already running

I’ve always used ACF since version 4, so I have no prior Railo or Lucee
exposure, as far as setup goes.

I have an existing IIS server setup with 8 sites running CF11, and I would
like to try my next site with Lucee.

I’ve been trying to read few a few things but they all seem like they are
using apache as the server rather than IIS
https://bitbucket.org/lucee/lucee/wiki/Newbie%20Questions

I was hoping that Lucee could be installed, IIS could be used and that I
could just use an ISAPI filter attached to the individual IIS site like I
do with ACF11… sort of like what the web connector tool does.

Is that possible, or do I have to fully commit an IP address for use with
apache/tomcat/lucee?

Is there any existing documentation that I’ve missed that would help me?

Thanks
Steve

Hi Steve,

This is probably the guide you want:

https://bitbucket.org/lucee/lucee/wiki/How%20to%20set%20up%20a%20Lucee%20Server%20on%20Windows

Personally I’m a *nix person, so we use Apache but I think that guide
covers everything. There should be no reason why you can’t have ACF and
Lucee running side-by-side.

Kind regards,

Andrew
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mso http://www.mso.net - Lucee http://lucee.org - MemberOn 22 April 2015 at 15:14, <@steve> wrote:

I’ve always used ACF since version 4, so I have no prior Railo or Lucee
exposure, as far as setup goes.

I have an existing IIS server setup with 8 sites running CF11, and I would
like to try my next site with Lucee.

I’ve been trying to read few a few things but they all seem like they are
using apache as the server rather than IIS
https://bitbucket.org/lucee/lucee/wiki/Newbie%20Questions

I was hoping that Lucee could be installed, IIS could be used and that I
could just use an ISAPI filter attached to the individual IIS site like I
do with ACF11… sort of like what the web connector tool does.

Is that possible, or do I have to fully commit an IP address for use with
apache/tomcat/lucee?

Is there any existing documentation that I’ve missed that would help me?

Thanks
Steve


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You need mainly to ensure they don’t use same ports first.

lucee folder\tomcat\conf

server.xml

Allow you to change ports ( beside you can change them during setup) for
example Coldfusion might use 8xxx ports and you can move to 9xxx to avoid
conflicts.

Also check the great docs over IIS / Tomcat

http://boncode.net/connector/webdocs/Tomcat_Connector.htm

You can also use lucee with Jetty.

M BOn Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at 4:14:51 PM UTC+2, st...@andrologix.com wrote:

I’ve always used ACF since version 4, so I have no prior Railo or Lucee
exposure, as far as setup goes.

I have an existing IIS server setup with 8 sites running CF11, and I would
like to try my next site with Lucee.

I’ve been trying to read few a few things but they all seem like they are
using apache as the server rather than IIS
https://bitbucket.org/lucee/lucee/wiki/Newbie%20Questions

I was hoping that Lucee could be installed, IIS could be used and that I
could just use an ISAPI filter attached to the individual IIS site like I
do with ACF11… sort of like what the web connector tool does.

Is that possible, or do I have to fully commit an IP address for use with
apache/tomcat/lucee?

Is there any existing documentation that I’ve missed that would help me?

Thanks
Steve

Thanks!

In downloaded the installer and installed it on a different box I had
available that didnt have ACF installed. It went through smoothly, but
automatically added itself to every site in IIS, by adding the boncode
connector to the handler mappings. I found that removing the 2 lines it
added was enough for me to stop those sites from servering cfm files.

Once I get a little more comfortable on its settings I will try it with an
existing ACF server.

I thought I had saw someplace in the install instructions that it allowed
you to pick which IIS sites you want to connect, but it didnt for me.

steveOn Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at 1:48:38 PM UTC-4, Mehdi B wrote:

You need mainly to ensure they don’t use same ports first.

lucee folder\tomcat\conf

server.xml

Allow you to change ports ( beside you can change them during setup) for
example Coldfusion might use 8xxx ports and you can move to 9xxx to avoid
conflicts.

Also check the great docs over IIS / Tomcat

http://boncode.net/connector/webdocs/Tomcat_Connector.htm

You can also use lucee with Jetty.

M B

On Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at 4:14:51 PM UTC+2, st...@andrologix.com wrote:

I’ve always used ACF since version 4, so I have no prior Railo or Lucee
exposure, as far as setup goes.

I have an existing IIS server setup with 8 sites running CF11, and I
would like to try my next site with Lucee.

I’ve been trying to read few a few things but they all seem like they are
using apache as the server rather than IIS
https://bitbucket.org/lucee/lucee/wiki/Newbie%20Questions

I was hoping that Lucee could be installed, IIS could be used and that I
could just use an ISAPI filter attached to the individual IIS site like I
do with ACF11… sort of like what the web connector tool does.

Is that possible, or do I have to fully commit an IP address for use with
apache/tomcat/lucee?

Is there any existing documentation that I’ve missed that would help me?

Thanks
Steve