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Installing the ColdFusion MX Server


This tutorial takes you through two items and considers the establishment of the ColdFusion connector to the Internet Information Server. Some peculiar problems that may arise in a Windows system using multiple languages are also discussed. A future article will be devoted to the use of this software on Java Web servers.

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By: Jayaram Krishnaswamy
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July 06, 2005
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Installing the ColdFusion MX Server
  2. · Installation of the application
  3. · Items that should be verified after the installation
  4. · Uninstalling the application
  5. · Conclusions

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Installing the ColdFusion MX Server - Conclusions
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These screen shots and explanations were derived from the author's experience. Another source of useful information may be found at this link.

I found the installation very straightforward and easy. The installer does an excellent job. I installed/uninstalled the software a couple of times because I encountered some peculiar problems. In one instance, the administrator screen changed from English to Japanese the day after installation (see the next screen shot), although it was installed for English only. The particular machine on which this software is installed has a version of MS Word that supports Japanese. The Internet Explorer's regional languages preference was verified to be set to English, but the Administrator remained stubbornly Japanese. Help could not be obtained for this evaluation copy.

This screen and that of the Administratorís .CFM file continued to be stubbornly in Japanese even after removing all references to the language attribute in the Regional Language preferences. 


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