How to resolve error “DotNet Side does not seem to be running” with Coldfusion 901 on Windows

ISSUE

How to resolve errors like

“DotNet Side does not seem to be running”

or

“Class BLAH BLAH not found in the specified assembly list”

*BLAH BLAH is any dot net class supported by the Microsoft .net frameworks say : System.Diagnostics.Process Class,

with ColdFusion 901 and Coldfusion 901 .net integration services installed.

SOLUTION

Preliminary Check :

-Please check if the ColdFusion 9 .net service is started on the services console.

-Make sure the the ports in “JNBDontNetSide.exe.config” and the “neo-dotnet.xml” are the same i.e. 6087 and 6088  [ or 6085 and 6086 ]

i.e.

in “JNBDontNetSide.exe.config” under “C:\ColdFusion9\jnbridge\JNBDotNetSide.exe.config”

<dotNetToJavaConfig scheme=”jtcp” host=”localhost” port=”6085″/>

<javaToDotNetConfig scheme=”jtcp” port=”6086″/>

in “neo-dotnet.xml” under “C:\ColdFusion9\lib\neo-dotnet.xml”

<var name=”port”>
<string>6085</string>
</var>
<var name=”dotnetport”>
<string>6086</string>
</var>

-Restart the .net services and ColdFusion services and request a test dotNet template  [Use Example from : http://help.adobe.com/en_US/ColdFusion/9.0/CFMLRef/WSc3ff6d0ea77859461172e0811cbec22c24-789c.html ].

-if you still receive the same error,

Amendments :

-Uninstall the Adobe ColdFusion 9 .Net Integration Services.

-make sure the Microsoft .net framework are installed.

-Restart the server machine [hard boot] *important

-Reinstall the Adobe ColdFusion 9 .Net Integration Services using the installer located in the link : http://www.adobe.com/support/coldfusion/downloads.html

[make sure you use the one for “ColdFusion 9.0.1 .NET Integration Service Installer”]

-Make sure the the ports in “JNBDontNetSide.exe.config” and the “neo-dotnet.xml” are the same i.e. 6087 and 6088  [ or 6085 and 6086 ]

i.e.

in “JNBDontNetSide.exe.config” under “C:\ColdFusion9\jnbridge\JNBDotNetSide.exe.config”

<dotNetToJavaConfig scheme=”jtcp” host=”localhost” port=”6085″/>

<javaToDotNetConfig scheme=”jtcp” port=”6086″/>

in “neo-dotnet.xml” under “C:\ColdFusion9\lib\”

<var name=”port”>
<string>6085</string>
</var>
<var name=”dotnetport”>
<string>6086</string>
</var>

-restart the ColdFusion 9 .net service and the Coldfusion Application server services test the test template again.

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