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cfform format="flash" not loading - Coldfusion Flash Integration

The Problem: When I load a file that contains ANY cfform tag with format="flash", all I get is a partially rendered object with a spinning clock for a pointer. Your initial reaction is probably "oh, thats just bad code"... but, read on.. the plot thickens... I have 2 domains... Domain.A is hosted out of the root of my folder (i.e. /hosting)... a second domain, Domain.B is hosted out of a subfolder of the root (i.e. /hosting/DomainB)... I have a stripped down page with a cfform format="flash" located at /hosting/DomainB called test.cfm. If I open a browser and go to [url]www.domainB.com/test.cfm[/url] ...

  1. #1

    Default cfform format="flash" not loading

    The Problem: When I load a file that contains ANY cfform tag with
    format="flash", all I get is a partially rendered object with a spinning clock
    for a pointer.

    Your initial reaction is probably "oh, thats just bad code"... but, read on..
    the plot thickens...

    I have 2 domains... Domain.A is hosted out of the root of my folder (i.e.
    /hosting)... a second domain, Domain.B is hosted out of a subfolder of the root
    (i.e. /hosting/DomainB)...

    I have a stripped down page with a cfform format="flash" located at
    /hosting/DomainB called test.cfm.

    If I open a browser and go to [url]www.domainB.com/test.cfm[/url] - the file will NOT
    compile or load all the way

    If I open another browser and go to [url]www.domainA.com/domainb/test.cfom[/url] - the
    file loads correctly.

    Exact same file, referenced by 2 different domain paths, with 2 different
    results.

    I have copied this file to various other folders in my main domain, and it
    works fine. I have also copied this file to other servers and it runs fine. I
    have created new files and placed them in DomainB's folder and they ALL exhibt
    the same problems - they will only compile so far and then I get a spinning
    clock for all eternity.

    I'm at a total loss on this one and would appreciate ANY thoughts...

    Thanks all!

    w0lvie Guest

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    Default Re: cfform format="flash" not loading

    is the cfide dir web accessible for domain "b"? if not eother point at it or
    copy it to domain "b".
    PaulH **AdobeCommunityExpert** Guest

  3. #3

    Default Re: cfform format="flash" not loading

    Wolvie....I sure hope you found an answer to your problem and if you'd post it,
    i'd be most appreciated.

    I have the exact same issue on cfform with flash rendering...

    incident and incident has been post with goddaddy and finally got someone to
    toss me a tidbit of info.

    since i host domains in subfolders as you do i experience the same
    works/doesnt work scenario.

    I am told the key to this solution is in the Application.cfm file. (not
    confirmed)

    Now...exactly WHAT is to be declared, i dunno.

    however, the acid test is to provide a full path to your failing cfm. if it
    works doing that. then its some sort of pointer to the IDE folder in issue (i
    am told) (again not figured out...im just sharing at this time)

    when i provided the full path ie: [url]www.mySite.com/subfoldername/myForm.cfm[/url] the
    failing page rendered correctly. (and finally without that GD spinning clock ^^)

    so i feel i'm on the right road here.




    MAW31 Guest

  4. #4

    Default Re: cfform format="flash" not loading

    correction

    correct addy test would be: [url]http://mySite/subDirectory/myCF.cfm[/url]


    paul,

    if my site is hosted at say 'GoDaddy', would I have rights to the cfide
    folder? could you tell me 'how' to point to it if you could?
    thanks


    MAW31 Guest

  5. #5

    Default Re: cfform format="flash" not loading

    THE FIX IS IN !

    Thanks to Josh Koop at HouseOfFusion:

    [url]http://www.houseoffusion.com/groups/cf-talk/message.cfm/messageid:269389[/url]

    props.

    MAW31 Guest

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