Re: NetworkClassLoader error when trying to use DaisyDiff

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Mark Mandel

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Feb 1, 2013, 5:15:19 PM2/1/13
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Looks like the networkClassLoader got removed from the server scope somehow.

Easy option - restart the server.

Otherwise, find the key that is generated in the server scope here:

And delete it.  And you should be good to go.

Mark


On Sat, Feb 2, 2013 at 4:21 AM, <katm...@gmail.com> wrote:
This works locally but not on my server.
Server is not shared host but has different setup.

Local - ACF 9.01 on apache, WIN 7
Server - ACF 9.00 on IIS 7, WIN server 2008

I have compared setting in CF Admin and they are the same. I am sure the server is locked down harder than my local but I wouldn't know where else to look. Not sure how IIS might restrict it.

Using Javaloader v1.1

I located both JL and DD in our custom tag path.

I can instantiate the DD cfc both locally and on server.

The error occurs when I attempt to use the instance on the server:

<cfset r2.diff = r.daisy.diff(r2.val1,r2.val2)>


Message     com.compoundtheory.classloader.NetworkClassLoader

First error in Tag Context:

COLUMN 0
ID CF_STRUCTBEAN
LINE 211
RAW_TRACE at cfJavaLoader2ecfc732183954$funcLOADCLASSES.runFunction(C:\data\ctags2011\cfc\javaloader\JavaLoader.cfc:211)
TEMPLATE C:\data\ctags2011\cfc\javaloader\JavaLoader.cfc
TYPE CFML


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katm...@gmail.com

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Feb 1, 2013, 11:37:35 PM2/1/13
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Thanks, that did it.

But I'm confused...how was it in the server scope to begin with (if this was the first time I put it on the server)?

Thanks again,

Katrina

Mark Mandel

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Feb 1, 2013, 11:55:29 PM2/1/13
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Honestly - no idea ;)

Mark
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