Mostly all good and 7.1.1 is awesome on my clean insytall.
However on a v5.2.7 upgrade it works fine, and the webtop is all good, except the Admin link tab.
All tabs work but Admin tab results in this error…
Any specific known issue this is caused by?
Will do, several are very easy and the rest are very hard.
Original v4 mollio so its along streatch into todays v7.1.1 but generally speaking , with a little ehelp from the farcry dev teams knowledge base ( ) it is going well.
That tag would have been deprecated quite a few versions ago. Which file is calling that tag?
In newer version of FarCry (FC5+) the project will contain an Application.cfc which extends the one from core, and the application startup happens in there without the use of any tags, I think. The project should also have an index.cfm which just calls <nj:display>.
You can see examples of these two files in the barebones project skeleton:
A full stack trace of the error might also be helpful in working out what the problem is
You’ll need to remove the Application.cfm from your project (that approach isn’t supported since around FC4), and instead use the Application.cfc, index.cfm and farcryConstructor.cfm.
You can probably copy all of the files from the “barebones” project skeleton /www folder into your projects webroot folder, and then just be sure to set up your new farcryConstructor.cfm with all the appropriate settings:
The application.fapi error is happening because your application isn’t starting up.
Perhaps FC4 is the last version where the Application.cfm worked. In FarCry 7.x you’ll need to upgrade your project to use a Application.cfc + farcryConstructor.cfm + proxyApplication.cfc + download.cfm + index.cfm.
If you look at the example files in the /www of the “barebones” project skeleton you should be able to copy them into your project and then customise the farcryConstructor.cfm with all of your settings, then delete the old Application.cfm.
You might also need to restart CF in case the application was already initialised by the old Application.cfm.