You would do something similar to this:
... only you'd actually add the .cfml extension instead of the asterisk
that's shown there.
You also need to create a handler in Tomcat so that Tomcat knows to pass
the request off to the Railo servlet when it gets a request for it. All
the handler configs in Tomcat are in the default web.xml file in
This can be done with any extension; so, for example, you could have
.html and .css files interpreted by Railo without actually needing a
On 11/25/2013 03:53 PM, Charles Robertson wrote:
> Hi everyone
> Could someone tell me how I can create a handler mapping for '*.cfml'
> with BonCode-Tomcat-CFM-Handler in IIS7 with Railo 4.x
> I can see one for '*.cfm', '*.cfc' etc, but nothing for '*.cfml'ï¿½
> I cannot work out what I add for the Type attribute after I press Add
> Managed Handler
> Some of my stylesheets use a '.cfml' extension...
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