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- Subject: ColdFusion ( Jan 19, 2001, 16:20:32 )
How do I get ColdFusion Server to work with Apache? I followed the instructions on the allaire web site that told me to download a corresponding file to read the ColdFusion module and loaded the line of code into the httpd.conf file and Apache will not restart. In what place of the order of Load module statements should the Load ColdFusion module statement be placed in order to get it to work with Apache. Also, I put the ColdFusion .dll module file in the modules directory. Is this correct? Any assistance will be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time.

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