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ColdFusion 10 scheduled tasks disappear

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Jul 10, 2014

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hi there,

We are in process of installing CF 10 on linux 6.5. application migrated from CF 9 to CF 10 and running fine. Now when I add scheduled task on CF 10 using CF admin, it is added...but when I try to access URL application/scheduledTasks/getScheduledTasksList.cfm it shows nothing and moreover the job gets disappear from CF admin.

Do anybody have any idea for the root cause and the resolution?

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Neeraj

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ColdFusion 10 scheduled tasks disappear

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Jul 10, 2014

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hi there,

We are in process of installing CF 10 on linux 6.5. application migrated from CF 9 to CF 10 and running fine. Now when I add scheduled task on CF 10 using CF admin, it is added...but when I try to access URL application/scheduledTasks/getScheduledTasksList.cfm it shows nothing and moreover the job gets disappear from CF admin.

Do anybody have any idea for the root cause and the resolution?

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Neeraj

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Jul 14, 2014

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neo-cron.xml (<cf_installdir>/cfusion/lib) seems to be corrupted. Use the neo-cron.bak as neo-cron.xml. Restart CF 10 service and then try the same

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Jul 16, 2014

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Thanks VJ!

you mean to say to take back up of existing neo-cron.xml and and just restart CF, the new neo-cron.xml will be created itself?

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Jul 18, 2014

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Neeraj,

I meant take a back up of neo-cron.xml. Stop ColdFusion 10 Application Server Service then delete the neo-cron.xml. There is a neo-cron.bak, rename it as neo-cron.xml. Start ColdFusion 10 Application Server service and then test.

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