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Apache debug server blocking local app on IIS from running?

Community Beginner ,
Apr 05, 2023 Apr 05, 2023

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  • I am running Coldfusion 2018 on my Windows 11 machine as my local development environment.  I use Coldfusion Builder 2018.  I have been unable to get debugging to work.  Yesterday I tried to set it up.  I access the Coldfusion administrator on 127.0.0.1:8500 and run my local instance of my web site on https://localhost.
  • In the Coldfusion administrator I went to the debug page and told it to use 127.0.0.1 and I think I entered in the default port (5005? 8005?).
  • Since then I am unable to access the Coldfusion administrator to undo what I have wrought and my local instance of the coldfusion app won't run.  In both cases the page load indicator spins and spins continuously until I stop the page.
  • I can't find Apache or Tomcat in my processes running under Windows.  I think I did see the apache server in the RDS window.  The stop and start didn't work and I deleted the server hoping that would help, but no.
  • I don't really know what's wrong but I think it is coldfusion looking for debug info instead of page fetch info on 127.0.0.1.
  • Not sure what to do.
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Community Beginner , Apr 06, 2023 Apr 06, 2023

Thank you very much for this response, I was hoping to get this type of help to find this info.  It turns out I think my error was clicking on a button to start the debugging server in Coldfusion Builder, perhaps in the RDS window.  Earlier in the debug setup where you are to choose a server, none were in the select box.  I thought if I clicked to start the server it would then show up in select box.  In doing so I apparently started in instance of apache which then began intercepting the local

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Apr 06, 2023 Apr 06, 2023

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Let us assume for a moment that the problem is caused by you changing the debugging port. Then there might be a way to revert to the original situation. 

 

  1.  Open the system file /lib/neo-debug.xml in a text editor. Locate the elemets named IPLIST and LINE_DEBUGGER_PORT .
  2. Make sure their values are as follows:
    <var name='IPLIST'><string>127.0.0.1,0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1,::1</string></var>​

    <var name='LINE_DEBUGGER_PORT'><number>5005.0</number></var>​


  3.  Save the file and restart the ColdFusion instance.

 

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Thank you very much for this response, I was hoping to get this type of help to find this info.  It turns out I think my error was clicking on a button to start the debugging server in Coldfusion Builder, perhaps in the RDS window.  Earlier in the debug setup where you are to choose a server, none were in the select box.  I thought if I clicked to start the server it would then show up in select box.  In doing so I apparently started in instance of apache which then began intercepting the local browser requests but didn't have any paths set up to the files.  I think it was solved by a computer restart though I tried other things such as shutting down the coldfusion services, rebooting, then starting them one at a time and trying to get to the administrator.  I think I could have skipped most of that and saved some time and angst.  Appreciate your response.

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