Debugging with Coldfusion Debugger/Builder and application architecture.

I am receiving "Source not found" message whenever I try to debug my
Coldfusion application, which has a Flex front end. I have the debug
mapping set up in both the Windows->Preferences in Coldfusion Builder
and in the server mappings when you edit the server in Coldfusion
Builder.

I'm wondering if it's the way I have my application set up. Under the
web root where the exposed code is there are only the application.cfc
and index.cfm and coldboxproxy.cfm files. The bulk of the application
exists on another drive on the same machine. The application itself
runs fine, but when I try to debug I get the "Source not found". The
debug mapping I have set up is one that points to the bulk of the
application and I have that as a mapped drive locally. I also tried
adding the portion under webroot as a debug mapping, with no luck.

Does anyone else have their application set up similarily that is able
to debug? Any ideas to try?

Thanks,

Jim

So does no one have their application set up with the code actually
not under the web root (except maybe the application and index pages
and coldboxproxy) and are sucessfully using coldfusion builder
debugger? Thanks.

Hi, Jim:

Are you using SES URLs WITHOUT index.cfm (via .htaccess, etc.)? I found that Eclipse, with CFBuilder would not display the coldbox or other CFCs in the services browser using this configuration. I commented out the following lines in .htaccess which solved that problem and may be what you are dealing with. The following are the lines I commented out:

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} ^/(.*(CFIDE|cfide|CFFormGateway|jrunscripts|railo-context|mapping-tag|fckeditor)).*$
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ - [NC,L]

Don't know if this is related to your problem, but the debugger may use assets from CFIDE.

Kevin

I have a wwwroot directory in my project directory which is the webroot, and
with normal websites I have no problem debugging applications with this
method.

But I do have serious problems debugging Coldbox Applications for some
reason, which I never used too.

Can I ask what sort of problems are you having?

Regards,
Andrew Scott
http://www.andyscott.id.au/

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Subject: [coldbox:8239] Re: Debugging with Coldfusion Debugger/Builder and
application architecture.

So does no one have their application set up with the code actually not

under