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Mach-II Site Crossing

I just launched Skannerz.com, my second Mach-II site for Radica Games, but after I moved the application from the test directory into the production directory, the Radica site and the Skannerz site started calling each other's "stuff," creating a big disaster.


Bottom line: make SURE you have "cache web server paths" turned OFF in the CF Administrator if you're running more than one Mach-II site on a server. Thanks to Mossie on the Mach-II Forum on fusebox.org for pointing this out as the likely culprit.


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We run CFMX Enterprise on JRUN and I am not able to locate the "Cache Web Server Path" setting in my admin. Could you post which version of CFMX you are using and what section this setting is located within. Thank you, Ali Daniali



Hi Ali--I'm poking around on a couple of servers and I don't see it on my J2EE installation of CFMX Enterprise either, so it must not be a setting you can mess with in CFMX on J2EE. It does show up in stand-alone Enterprise (not on J2EE) under Server Settings/Caching. Thanks for pointing that out. Are you having the problem I described with a CFMX on J2EE installation, or were you just curious when you didn't see the setting there?


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