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Adding a file extension for CF to process by webmigit
Posted: 17 Jun 04

This information is sometimes not easy to find and I think a lot of developers use it so here goes:

This is a direct quote from peter1548 of Macromedia's Cold Fusion Support Forums: http://www.macromedia.com/cfusion/webforums/forum/messageview.cfm?catid=7&threadid=836272

"How to Make Cold Fusion Process .html Files

Tested and working in CF5 and CFMX!

Start up IIS
Go into the web site properties
Select the ôHome Directoryö û ôConfigurationö
Look for the .cfm entry
(If you are running CF5 with default settings it is C:\CFUSION\BIN\ISCF.DLL - If you are running CFMX with default settings it is C:\CFusionMX\runtime\lib\wsconfig\1\jrun.dll).
ôAddö new entry. Executable should be the value above, extension should be .htm, .html, etc.
ôApplyö or ôOKö and youÆre done.

If youÆre running MX, one extra step is required:
Stop the CFMX app server service
Open the \cf_root|wwwroot\WEB-INF\web.xml in a text editor.
Search for servlet-mapping and then add the following two mappings:




Start the CFMX app server service"

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