Setting up a Fusebox site on GoDaddy
I was wondering if there's anyone else that's using FuseBox5 on
GoDaddy's shared host. I just got an account to test things out and I'm
trying to figure out how I need to set everything up. Normally on my
current server I have the following setup:
I believe this is the recommended setup to have approot and coreroot out
of the web accessible folder. I then have the web server set up to use
htdocs as the web root.
Is this possible on a service such as godaddy that just gives you a web
folder, or is it something I need to request? Unfortunately our campus
is not going to support CF anymore so I that's why I need to get this
working. I figured I'd ask here in hopes that someone else might have
dealt with this same issue before.
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On Aug 20, 2010, at 11:11 AM, Mike Ritchie <starkraving2002@...> wrote:
I think if _model isn't directly inside the webroot, you're correct that you're going to have to add a CF mapping in administrator.
On 10-08-20 11:03 AM, Jeffrey Roberson wrote:
I have never really understood how to get this to work.I have a cfc say settings in /_model/shared/settings.cfc .In fusebox.xml.cfm :<class alias="settings" type="component" classpath="_model.shared.settings" constructor="init" />In the debug it shows and doesn't throw an error:CFC[ /Applications/ColdFusion9/wwwroot/cfbuilder/myfolder/fusebox5/fuseboxClassDefinition.cfc| init(component, _model.shared.settings, init, [complex value]) ] from /Applications/ColdFusion9/wwwroot/cfbuilder/myfolder/fusebox5/fuseboxClassDefinition.cfcIf I am in a circuit.xml.cfm I can't call anything in settings it says it doesn't exist.Do I have to create mappings to use this?Anyone have a better example. It seems like I have it setup correctly.Thanks,Jeff Roberson