Archive for December, 2005

Error log files, such as err.log, err.log.stack, out.log, are not created when CPS is first installed

TechNote: After a clean installation of Macromedia Contribute Publishing Server (CPS), an Administrator might notice the log files are not created. The expected log files are err.log, err.log.stack and out.log.

Publishing a file does not include dependent images when multiple users connect to the site with different URLs

TechNote: In a scenario where one Macromedia Contribute user sends a draft for review to another Contribute user who publishes the page, you notice that images or other dependent files were not uploaded during the publishing process.

How to disable the Auto-Update feature for Flash Player

TechNote: In a corporate environment, some Windows systems are restricted in such a way that the users cannot install software or updates. In such an environment, a user may continually be prompted to update Macromedia Flash Player, since the user is unable to update the software.

More drafts than expected are listed in the Pages panel in Contribute

TechNote: Users in an Administrator role or a custom role that receives drafts to be reviewed and published might notice a large number of drafts appearing in the Pages panel.

Error “Current user is not authorized to invoke this method” occurs when using the ColdFusion MX 7 Admin API

(TechNote) Some methods of the ColdFusion MX 7 and MX 7.0.1 Admin API utility may return the error “Current user is not authorized to invoke this method” even though proper authentication has been used.

Single Conference Call recording per Meeting

(TechNote) Breeze users cannot record more than one audio conference call from Premiere Global Services in a Breeze Meeting.

Incorrect C++ compatibility pack warning during installation of ColdFusion MX 7.0.1 on Red Hat Linux 4

(TechNote) When installing ColdFusion MX 7.0.1 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4, the installation script may incorrectly report a warning regarding the C++ compatibility pack, as shown below:

Pre-Installation Check
The installer has found the following errors/warnings:

Warning: C++ compatibility pack

Permission denied error when restarting Apache on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

(TechNote) After configuring Apache 2 web server for ColdFusion MX on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, the Apache web server may fail to restart and produce a Permission denied error message.

Starting ColdFusion MX 7.0.1 on Mac OS X with

(TechNote) ColdFusion MX 7.0.1 introduced the first graphical (GUI) installation of the Server Configuration for the Macintosh OS X platform. Under this configuration, ColdFusion now provides a graphical utility called

Contribute does not support FTPS (FTP over SSL)

TechNote: Macromedia Contribute is not able to connect to a server using the FTPS method (FTP over the SSL protocol). Contribute does support SFTP connection over an SSH2-protected network.