When FusionReactor is used on a server that does not run under the system account but runs under a dedicated user the following actions have to be done to make FusionReactor work correctly:
Adjust the permissions of the directory FusionReactor has been installed in (e.g. C:FusionReactor or /opt/fusionreactor) so that the server runtime user can recursively write to and read from it.
On Windows adjust the permissions of the following registry key so that the server runtime user can recursively write to and read from it:
When FusionReactor is executed for the first time and every time a FusionReactor license is uploaded the server writes the following keys and value:
On Linux or Solaris find the location of the Java System Preferences Backing Store. This is typically /etc/.java/.systemPrefs or <java_home>/jre/.systemPrefs.
If no such directory exists create the /etc/.java/.systemPrefs directory. Make sure that the server runtime user can recursively write to and read from this directory.
|Last Updated:||14/Jan/08 3:52 PM|
|Affects Version:||2.0, 2.0.3|
|Fixed Version:||1.0, 2.0, 2.0.3|
|Server:||ColdFusion 6, ColdFusion 7, ColdFusion 8, Flex Data Services, JBoss, JRun 4, LiveCycle Data Services, Tomcat, WebSphere, WebLogic|
|Platform:||Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Linux, Solaris|
FRS-103: need to run CFMX7 under a different domain account allowing CFMX to have network access rights. However, as soon as I give CFMX this user account to run under, everything breaks with Fusion Reactor?
FRS-105: I manually installed FusionReactor using the built in web server on Port 8088 & everything seemed to work. I updated some settings in the interface, followed by a CF restart. All I see now is the License Expired screen. Is my license file old?
FRS-44: Why has my FusionReactor (trial) license expired unexpectedly?
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