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Unable to open scheduled task section in CF admin

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Nov 19, 2018

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Hi,

I've been using ColdFusion 2018 for a few months. After updating my window, I can't access scheduled task tab in CF administrator.

I got an error as below:

Therefore I can't access the cfschedule tag in my application. Have someone experienced the same issue? Is there any way to solve this issue?

Please let me know if you need more information. Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Raquel Septiane

Hi Raquel,

That could be the neo-cron xml file is corrupt. Suggest stop CF, replace ColdFusion2018\cfusion\lib\neo-cron.xml with another then start CF.

There might be a neo-cron.bak you could use or use neo-cron.xml from another install. Note depending on state or presence of neo-cron.bak you could loose all your CF tasks and will need to create those again.

HTH, Carl.

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Unable to open scheduled task section in CF admin

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Hi,

I've been using ColdFusion 2018 for a few months. After updating my window, I can't access scheduled task tab in CF administrator.

I got an error as below:

Therefore I can't access the cfschedule tag in my application. Have someone experienced the same issue? Is there any way to solve this issue?

Please let me know if you need more information. Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Raquel Septiane

Hi Raquel,

That could be the neo-cron xml file is corrupt. Suggest stop CF, replace ColdFusion2018\cfusion\lib\neo-cron.xml with another then start CF.

There might be a neo-cron.bak you could use or use neo-cron.xml from another install. Note depending on state or presence of neo-cron.bak you could loose all your CF tasks and will need to create those again.

HTH, Carl.

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Hi Raquel,

That could be the neo-cron xml file is corrupt. Suggest stop CF, replace ColdFusion2018\cfusion\lib\neo-cron.xml with another then start CF.

There might be a neo-cron.bak you could use or use neo-cron.xml from another install. Note depending on state or presence of neo-cron.bak you could loose all your CF tasks and will need to create those again.

HTH, Carl.

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Hi Carl,

Thank you for your answer. It works now.

Do you know what makes the file was corrupted?

Just need to think what we can do to avoid this happen.

Kind Regards,

Raquel Septiane

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Hi Raquel,

Nice. Perhaps the hard drive volume CF is on filled or the system crash rebooted.

Regards, Carl.

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