Having the server instances under a different directory then jrun4servers is (currently) not supported by the InstanceManager, so if you are using a different directory (such as a subdirectory) then the server will not be automatically found.
In order to run FusionReactor on these server instances you have to do a manual install and then add them using the Enterprise Dashboard->Manage Servers page.
To manually install an instance of FusionReactor do the following:
- Create a directory for the new instance (replace [instance name] with the name you want to give the instance) in the FusionReactor instance directory
- Copy the template FusionReactor property file to the conf directory
- Edit the property file and adjust the properties
so that the paths use the new instance name instead of 'default' and the web server port is not already in use on your computer.
- Copy the fusionreactor.jar file to the JRun4 server instance
Create the lib directory before if it does not exist.
#Stop the JRun4 server
#Insert the FusionReactor servlet filter definition into the default web descriptor of the JRun4 server instance.
Edit [server instance dir]SERVER-INFdefault-web.xml and insert
as the first servlet filter as a child of the <web-app> root element.
- Restart the JRun4 server. The new FusionReactor instance should then be available (check the logs in the runtime/logs directory of the JRun4 server instance in case there are problems)
|Last Updated:||31/Jul/07 2:50 PM|
|Server:||ColdFusion 6, ColdFusion 7, ColdFusion 8, JRun 4|
|Platform:||Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003|