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Article:
  ColdFusion MX on Mac OS X, Part 3
Subject:   change default web server to Apache?
Date:   2002-10-10 06:53:11
From:   dicklacara
Response to: change default web server to Apache?

This has been discussed in previous posts.


No, you can't use Apache (or any other) web server with CFMX on Mac OS X -- only the Default web server installed by CFMX.


The reason for this is that interfacing CFMX (actually the underlying JRun) with another web server uses a platform-specific C++ connector module.


There is no connector-module for the Mac.


The connector is used to efficiently interface a 3rd-party web server, while protecting MacroMedia's intellectual property -- so this capability probably won't be available for the Mac until/if Macromedia releases a Mac CFMX product.


Sorry, but that's the way it is.


Dick


P.S. If you wanted to get creative, you could trap all Apache "page not founds", and write a PHP program that redirects any .cfm page requests to port 8500


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    2003-01-03 10:14:06  lanej0 [View]

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