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500 The ClientScope service is not available

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Rob O'Brien
03/28/2008 06:48 PM

Fellow CF Junkies: A client has just reported an error he received while running a monthly task, using a CF script I wrote over 6 months ago and has never produced any trouble. "500 The ClientScope service is not available." It's not something I've ever seen before, have not been able to duplicate, and for which I can find nothing on Google (except other website which have also experienced this error). I'm not overly concerned about it since the script is now running smoothly, but I would also like to understand what it is and how it may have occurred. Thanks guys, Rob O

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Brad Wood
03/31/2008 11:05 AM

Where are client variables stored on that server? Cookies?  Registry? *shudder* Database? Check your cfserver.log file at the time he received the error.  Chances are there was a client variable purge going on, or a connectivity issue with the client storage database. ~Brad Fellow CF Junkies: A client has just reported an error he received while running a monthly task, using a CF script I wrote over 6 months ago and has never produced any trouble. "500 The ClientScope service is not available."

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Mike Kear
03/31/2008 01:37 PM

I have never understood why a default CF installation has Client variables stored in the registry.   I dont know anyone who uses them stored there,  almost everyone i know  says it's a disaster waiting to happen if you store them there ... Does anyone konw the reason why that's the default?   OR even why it's provided for in the first place?   Is there a reason why you'd store them there thats better than other places?    What circumstances might those be - I can't think of any. Cheers Mike Kear Windsor, NSW, Australia Adobe Certified Advanced ColdFusion Developer AFP Webworks http://afpwebworks.com ColdFusion, PHP, ASP, ASP.NET hosting from AUD$15/month > Where are client variables stored on that server? > Cookies?  Registry? *shudder* Database?


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