I have an app running in coldfusion 9 enterprise edition. I created a new server instance from CF admin and it got created successfully and its running(windows service).
But my app is not working since I found that it is not pointing to this newly created instance.
Why I made the conclusion that my app is not pointing to new server instance is because,
I got "Data source not found" issue while running the app. So I checked the CF admin for newly created server instance(in an assumption that my app will be pointing to this new server instance) but that datasource was actually available there. But ,when I searched for the same datasource in the main server , I could not find it there. So I added the same datasource (by copying from new server instance) in the main server and then my app was running successfully. So I found that my app is not considering the newly created server instance instead it is pointing to main server.
I am using IIS webserver.
Could any one help/guide me resolve this issue.
What website is your CF9 instance joined to? Probably not the website that your app is being browsed from. Suggest run CF WSCONFIG tool to find out what CF9 instance is connected to which website or change website binding.
I don't have a CF9 to guide you where WSCONFIG is but could be CF\runtime\bin. For best result run WSCONFIG as administrator.
Thanks for your response.
I had created a web site named "vfqcf" in IIS and configured the web server using WSCONFIG (C:\JRUN4\BIN\WSCONFIG.EXE) by running it as administrator where I selected jRun server and iis website as newly created server instance. Please find the attached screenshot.
Please let me know if you need any more info.
I would think if you have your application CFM files in the vfqcf website then CF instance vfqcf would be the one doing the servicing.
But thats not happening and thats why I opened this discussion. Please let me know if u know how to troubleshoot this. This is some diplomatic kind of answer , if you dont know the answer then please say "NO".
I thought that would do it for you however seems not. Hopefully someone else notices your post and has a solution.