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I'm running CF 5.0 under IIS 5.0 on XP Professional. Jeff Davis 09/21/2005 12:15 PM
> I'm running CF 5.0 under IIS 5.0 on XP Professional. s. isaac dealey 09/22/2005 08:51 PM
>> I'm running CF 5.0 under IIS 5.0 on XP Professional. s. isaac dealey 09/22/2005 09:16 PM
Isaac, Jeff Davis 09/29/2005 02:50 PM
> Isaac, s. isaac dealey 10/02/2005 01:33 AM

09/21/2005 12:15 PM
Author: Jeff Davis Short Link: http://www.houseoffusion.com/groups/ontap/thread.cfm/threadid:654#1863 I'm running CF 5.0 under IIS 5.0 on XP Professional. I had read somewhere that the OnTap framework was backwards compatible, but I'm guessing not THAT backward... Tried anyway and stepping through with debugger, it gets to the GetPath custom tag before erroring out. No output constructed at that point. Seems to choke on ".exists" at line 24 with a syntax error. I tried loading the core, then the core plus plug-in manager to see if the additional code overwrites would change the behavior, but no change that I can detect. I've tried loading to C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\ontap and C:\ontap with mapping in IIS to create the virtual directory "ontap". In the debugger I get to 300_requirements.cfm as I remember... I'm locked into CF 5 for a current project (not OnTap related), if later is required, I'll scrape off some hard drive space and create a virtual machine so I can have more than one CF version running... Help?
09/22/2005 08:51 PM
Author: s. isaac dealey Short Link: http://www.houseoffusion.com/groups/ontap/thread.cfm/threadid:654#1865 > I'm running CF 5.0 under IIS 5.0 on XP Professional. > I had read somewhere that the OnTap framework was > backwards compatible, but I'm guessing not THAT > backward... <snip> > Help? Ooops! I sent a reply this morning but apparently didn't realize that it was being sent from ontap@fusiontap.com rather than info@turnkey.to which is my main email address personally and the fusiontap address wasn't on my houseoffusion profile, so the message got caught and didn't make it through to the list (I don't believe)... anyway, here's the reply I meant to send this morning. :) Hi Jeff, Yeah, CF5 was originally supported... As time passes I test my changes with Cf5 less and less, but I still have it installed on my machine here... I'll have a look and see what I can find later this evening... I'm leaving for my 9-5 job right now and likely won't have internet access (we're supposed to have it in the next day or so -- we moved into a new office over the weekend and installation of the company's internet access at the new location got really fouled up). s. isaac dealey     954.522.6080 new epoch : isn't it time for a change? add features without fixtures with the onTap open source framework http://www.fusiontap.com http://coldfusion.sys-con.com/author/4806Dealey.htm
09/22/2005 09:16 PM
Author: s. isaac dealey Short Link: http://www.houseoffusion.com/groups/ontap/thread.cfm/threadid:654#1866 >> I'm running CF 5.0 under IIS 5.0 on XP Professional. ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more ----- Apparently I was mistaken and I haven't installed CF5 on my development server since I had to reinstall the operating system a few months ago... If you're unable to get an MX server running to work with, let me know and I'll dig out my CD and have a look. :) s. isaac dealey     954.522.6080 new epoch : isn't it time for a change? add features without fixtures with the onTap open source framework http://www.fusiontap.com http://coldfusion.sys-con.com/author/4806Dealey.htm
09/29/2005 02:50 PM
Author: Jeff Davis Short Link: http://www.houseoffusion.com/groups/ontap/thread.cfm/threadid:654#1878 Isaac, Got impatient and blew off my CF5.0 development environment (will have to reload it when customer need maintainence) OnTap framework running and I'm working through the documentation included. I'm about to try getting data from database. My short-term goal is to learn enough to understand the framework, build a dynamic site that hosts the content I currently have in a static site, and learn about membership, forums, and role management in OnTap. Looking forward to mastering the basics! Jeff Davis > >> I'm running CF 5.0 under IIS 5.0 on XP Professional. > <SNIP>
10/02/2005 01:33 AM
Author: s. isaac dealey Short Link: http://www.houseoffusion.com/groups/ontap/thread.cfm/threadid:654#1899 > Isaac, > Got impatient and blew off my CF5.0 development > environment (will have to reload it when customer > need maintainence) Thats kind of where I am at this point. :) > OnTap framework running and I'm working through > the documentation included. I'm about to try > getting data from database. Good deal. It does take a little getting used to not writing ad-hoc sql directly, but I think the advantages are worth it once you get past the initial shock. :) > My short-term goal is to learn enough to understand the > framework, build a dynamic site that hosts the content I > currently have in a static site, and learn about > membership, forums, and role management in OnTap. The forum never actually got released... It was written before the xhtml tag and so the codebase is probably not very intuitive... I plan to rewrite it using the xhtml syntax/tools although I'm not sure when I'll be able to get to that... Right now I'm working on People onTap as an internationalized contact manager, which turns out to be a pretty complex task in and of itself, just because of the need to manage different formats for phone numbers, addresses, etc. So since I probably won't be able to bang it out in a week like I did with the blog (also because I don't have a week of vacation time to do that with), I went ahead and put the url for the SVN repository on the public site to let people get access to the 0.1 alpha with the knowledge that it's still rather embryonic. This way people who are really interested can see the progress without being confused by a zip archive and thinking it's complete. > Looking forward to mastering the basics! Thanks! :) I didn't end up checking my mail during the conference, so now I'm catching up after 3 days away. Feel free to drop me a note here or privately if you have any questions or suggestions of ways to improve the API's. s. isaac dealey     954.522.6080 new epoch : isn't it time for a change? add features without fixtures with the onTap open source framework http://www.fusiontap.com http://coldfusion.sys-con.com/author/4806Dealey.htm
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