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Coldfusion 2018 on Mac OS X with .NET integration

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I have Coldfusion 2018 successfully running on Mac OS X Mojave.

I have never tried to see if .NET integration runs on the Mac. I have installed .NET core on the mac and tested the code which connects with a DLL, however I get the error:

CLASS MYCOMPONENT.MYCLASS NOT FOUND IN THE SPECIFIED ASSEMBLY LIST.

I cannot find anything on the web that says this will never work. Or how to overcome this error.  I have checked the path, all OK.

The code works ok on a windows machine.

Any help would be much appreciated.

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Coldfusion 2018 on Mac OS X with .NET integration

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I have Coldfusion 2018 successfully running on Mac OS X Mojave.

I have never tried to see if .NET integration runs on the Mac. I have installed .NET core on the mac and tested the code which connects with a DLL, however I get the error:

CLASS MYCOMPONENT.MYCLASS NOT FOUND IN THE SPECIFIED ASSEMBLY LIST.

I cannot find anything on the web that says this will never work. Or how to overcome this error.  I have checked the path, all OK.

The code works ok on a windows machine.

Any help would be much appreciated.

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I would be very surprised if this worked with .NET Core. I doubt it's documented one way or the other, because this integration predates .NET Core and it's a third-party product. I also don't know if this has been upgraded since it's been included, either. I would look at the documentation for the embedded third-party product (JIntegra? I don't remember offhand) and see what that has to say.

I would also try to avoid using this product in production, too. I left that out of my initial reply, but I don't think very much of it. I don't think it's especially reliable, etc.

Dave Watts, Fig Leaf Software

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Thanks for the reply Dave, To confirm i have understood, are you saying that I need to install the J-Integra .NET bridge? 

I don't need to install this on production only development on my Mac. There isn't much documentation that relates to Mac on this but I wanted to first check I understood you. Thanks again.

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Yes, that would need to be installed. I haven't messed around with this for some time, but now I recall why you'd be having a problem: CF only installs this bridge on Windows machines. If you want to use it with Unix, you have to configure CF to talk to a Windows server to actually run the code.

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This is beyond me, how would I go about doing that?

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I have no idea! That's one more reason not to use this. What exactly are you trying to accomplish? What complex code have you put in .NET Core? I suspect it would be easier to just rewrite that code in Java or CF than to try to use this.

Dave Watts, Fig Leaf Software

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It's a web project that initially was in Coldfusion in a windows environment and much of the code that does the heavy duty work was moved into a C#.net DLL. Now I am Mac based I would like to be able to test on my machine. But it may be that I can't.

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Yeah, if you plan to keep that, you might as well deploy and test in a Windows VM. It'll be less work than trying to get this going in OS X, and your tests will be more accurate.

Dave Watts, Fig Leaf Software

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