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500 - Internal server error after saving from DW

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Feb 16, 2015

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I was able to successfully install the CF server. However everything was going fine until I edited a cfm file and then saved it through dreamweaver. Now I am getting a 500 Internal error when I try to pull it up.

I am running Windows Server 2008 with IIS 7.5 and CF10 Ent.

I have been editing and saving pages for a while with no issue until now. I tried restarting the server, CF Service and resetting the app.

Any idea what this could be?

thanks!!!!

What are the logs saying? You will most likely have a bit of code that is incorrect.

Log into the Coldfusion administrator and have a look at application.log or coldfusion-out.log. It should tell you what the error is and possibly the line number.

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500 - Internal server error after saving from DW

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I was able to successfully install the CF server. However everything was going fine until I edited a cfm file and then saved it through dreamweaver. Now I am getting a 500 Internal error when I try to pull it up.

I am running Windows Server 2008 with IIS 7.5 and CF10 Ent.

I have been editing and saving pages for a while with no issue until now. I tried restarting the server, CF Service and resetting the app.

Any idea what this could be?

thanks!!!!

What are the logs saying? You will most likely have a bit of code that is incorrect.

Log into the Coldfusion administrator and have a look at application.log or coldfusion-out.log. It should tell you what the error is and possibly the line number.

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What are the logs saying? You will most likely have a bit of code that is incorrect.

Log into the Coldfusion administrator and have a look at application.log or coldfusion-out.log. It should tell you what the error is and possibly the line number.

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Thanks!!! That was it as it was actually a CF error but the 500 error was from IIS 7.5 not CF. Looking at the app log did the trick. Thanks for your input!!!

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