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When defining a new scheduled task to save the output of a cfm file as htm I get an error

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Aug 10, 2015

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The error I receive is "•Invalid extension of the file name. Valid extensions are :log,txt.  I did read that in such instances that I am to work with c:\ColdFusion 11\cfusion\lib\neo-cron.xml.  I would appreciate any insight that can be provided on working with this xml file.

Hi Tom,

Say you want to add html extension. Please try the following:-

  1. Stop ColdFusion 11 Application Service.
  2. Locate the neo-cron.xml at \ColdFusion11\cfusion\lib\ and take a backup.
  3. Open the neo-cron.xml with notepad or any other text editor.
  4. Add "html" as an allowed extension. The line should look like <string>log,txt,html</string>
  5. Start ColdFusion 11 Application Service.

Regards,

Anit Kumar

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When defining a new scheduled task to save the output of a cfm file as htm I get an error

Explorer ,
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The error I receive is "•Invalid extension of the file name. Valid extensions are :log,txt.  I did read that in such instances that I am to work with c:\ColdFusion 11\cfusion\lib\neo-cron.xml.  I would appreciate any insight that can be provided on working with this xml file.

Hi Tom,

Say you want to add html extension. Please try the following:-

  1. Stop ColdFusion 11 Application Service.
  2. Locate the neo-cron.xml at \ColdFusion11\cfusion\lib\ and take a backup.
  3. Open the neo-cron.xml with notepad or any other text editor.
  4. Add "html" as an allowed extension. The line should look like <string>log,txt,html</string>
  5. Start ColdFusion 11 Application Service.

Regards,

Anit Kumar

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Hi Tom,

Say you want to add html extension. Please try the following:-

  1. Stop ColdFusion 11 Application Service.
  2. Locate the neo-cron.xml at \ColdFusion11\cfusion\lib\ and take a backup.
  3. Open the neo-cron.xml with notepad or any other text editor.
  4. Add "html" as an allowed extension. The line should look like <string>log,txt,html</string>
  5. Start ColdFusion 11 Application Service.

Regards,

Anit Kumar

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