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The CF7 doent 'Configuring Web Servers' says that I should have a virtual directory called JRunScripts in each of my IIS websites. I upgraded from MX 6.1 to MX 7, told the install program to include all websites, and I have a CFIDE and a CFDOCS virtual directory under each website, but no JRunScripts virtual directory. Server is Windows 2003. Things seem to be working, but I'm wondering if I have a problem? Thanks. -bg...

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    Default No JRunScripts virtual directories (?)

    The CF7 doent 'Configuring Web Servers' says that I should have a virtual
    directory called JRunScripts in each of my IIS websites. I upgraded from MX
    6.1 to MX 7, told the install program to include all websites, and I have a
    CFIDE and a CFDOCS virtual directory under each website, but no JRunScripts
    virtual directory. Server is Windows 2003. Things seem to be working, but I'm
    wondering if I have a problem? Thanks. -bg

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    Bill Gordon Guest

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    Default Re: No JRunScripts virtual directories (?)

    If you just map each site with a virtual directory that points to the CFIDE.
    That will allow your CF users to access features like forms and other CF tags
    that require accessing the scripts directory. You really need to have the
    virtual directory even though it appears that the sites are working.

    pflynn02 Guest

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    Default Re: No JRunScripts virtual directories (?)

    Thanks. I do have a mapping to CFIDE for each site. Don't have one to JRunScripts, though, and the docs seem to indicate that one should have been set up during the installation... -bg
    Bill Gordon Guest

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    Default Re: No JRunScripts virtual directories (?)

    The jrunscripts is covered when you do the CFIDE mapping, because the scripts folder is inside of the CFIDE dir.
    pflynn02 Guest

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    Default Re: No JRunScripts virtual directories (?)

    I have the same problem. JRunScripts virtural directories do not exist after
    install in a brand new Win 2003 server with IIS. I have not added any pages to
    the website. you seem to say that it doesn't matter. Does it matter or not. We
    are planning to use the CFGRAPHS tag. Why should I do to get CFMX 7 properly
    installed?

    ccoronel Guest

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    Default Re: No JRunScripts virtual directories (?)

    Check out this thread

    http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/webforums/forum/messageview.cfm?catid=2&threadid=1007960&enterthre ad=y
    dimaint Guest

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