I'm only posting this because it is not coming up when i search on the text in the subject.
I'm using CF 11,0,11,301867 on Server 2012 with IIS 8 for both the web service itself and the web service being called.
I'm dumping the error structure in a custom error page and getting this:
1. The apps are currently housed on the same server, but were not originally. both servers have this error
2. The following folders give the following users full control: SYSTEM (the user running CF) and Everyone and a spot check of subfolders and files indicates the setting has been inherited. Essentially these folders are currently world writeable:
C:\websites\myappfolder (the IIS root folder for the application)
3. the service is invoked from a CFC with one function that simply calls the web service and returns the result as follows:
6. Axis2.xml is configured to accept https on port 443 and http on port 80
We tried the following:
configure Axis2.xml to accept http and https connections and restart CF - no change
Remove all stub folders, restart CF and call the application again.
Remove all cfc-skeletons with the servicename in them, restart CF and try again
set the folders referenced in 2. above to be world writeable and spot check sub folders and files
Run the same query manually against the database (result is returned and appears valid)
I am out of ideas. This code runs fine on local, dev and production configurations, but specifically on this server with the test configurations i'm getting this codeGenerationException error that points to a missing directory but isn't exactly clear WHICH directory is missing or what it should be.
For giggles i set it to use Axis1 and when it generated the error it did so with an obscured foldername (for instance, i have five folders in .../cfusion/stubs and none of them contain the host name, only one was modified today and when i skip over and go looking for the subfolders there definitely isn't a CodeGenerationError.class file there, but the folder is world writeable. (here's the axis1 error's folder information)
Of note, everything in what APPEARS to be that folder is a class and not a java as well.
(Once we tested this, i set it back to Axis 2 as the server is being called by five other apps.)
Hopefully that is enough to start with, i can also say that the wsdl returns data whether i call it with cfhhtp or from a browser on the web server. It's not till the code is invoked that this directory not being a directory comes up.
Let me know if i need to move this to another forum. And thanks.