ModCFML

Web Server Components

The mod_cfml web server components are the pieces of mod_cfml that read your web server's configuration and pass that information on to the mod_cfml Tomcat valve.

Apache Support:

If you intend to install mod_cfml on to Apache, note that you will need mod_perl installed within Apache, as well as a standard Apache to Tomcat connector like mod_proxy or mod_jk. If you do not have a connector installed, basic instructions for installing mod_proxy are provided, but this documentation is not intended to cover mod_proxy in great detail.

-> Apache on Ubuntu

-> Apache on CentOS

-> Apache on Windows

 

IIS Support:

If you intend to install mod_cfml on to IIS, then you will need to install the BonCode Connector to IIS. The BonCode Connector is a fully functional Tomcat connector. If you have another connector installed, such as Tomcat's ISAPI_redirect, that connector will need to be removed before the BonCode Connector can be installed.

This documentation provides basic instructions for using the BonCode Connector installer to install the BonCode Connector, as well as the configuration options that are needed to enable mod_cfml support.

-> IIS on Windows


 

IIS on Windows

These steps cover all the steps necessary to install the BonCode Connector module into IIS on a Windows System and enable mod_cfml support from within the connector.

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Apache on Windows

These steps cover all the steps necessary for install the mod_cfml.pm module into Apache on a Windows System.

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Apache on CentOS

These steps cover all the processes necessary to be up and running with mod_cfml on Apache and RHEL/CentOS.

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Apache on Ubuntu

These steps cover all the processes necessary to be up and running with mod_cfml on Apache and Ubuntu/Mint/Debian.

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