I assume that Dreamweaver MX (or the Studio product) would ship with a debugger as well? Something that would let you step through your code until an exception was raised? Cheers Ken -- www.adOpenStatic.com/cs/blogs/ken/ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ : From: thelist-bounces at lists.evolt.org [mailto:thelist- : bounces at lists.evolt.org] On Behalf Of Mark Mandel : Subject: Re: [thelist] CFMX Error : : Easy option for debugging - : : Start dropping <cfabort> at the beginning of yoru application. : : Reload (probably get a blank page, not a 500). : : Move the <cfabort> down the page (or application) as you follow your code. : : When you get the 500 again, you know where your error is. : : Mark : : On Apr 4, 2005 10:38 AM, Russ <russ at unrealisticexpectations.com> wrote: : > All, : > : > I've been coding along nicely today, and then suddenly, on my test : > server, I notice that I'm getting a 500 error when I submit a form. : > : > I checked all of my includes. They appear to be intact. I push to my : > prod server to check against everything, and the same thing happens, but : > my logs report this: : > : > [Sun Apr 3 19:23:26 2005] [error] [client <ip address>] File does not : > exist: /home/website/public_html/CFIDE/scripts/cfform.js : > : > Now, I'll always admit to being more of a hack with CF than an actual : > developer, and if it weren't for forums just like this, I'd probably not : > have completed more than a couple of my projects. I'm lost. I'm just : > not sure what's going on here and I've a feeling I've just made a syntax : > snafu that's causing this to be a bit ugly.... But then again, I could : > be wrong, as I've just noticed it's happening on a couple of other CFMX : > sites on my server.