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Mapped Drive and Server Drive Must Match

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Status/Resolution/Reason: Closed/Withdrawn/


Created: 03/08/2016

Components: Security Code Analyzer

Versions: 2016

Failure Type:

Found In Build/Fixed In Build: CF2016_Final /

Priority/Frequency: Major / Some users will encounter

Locale/System: English / Win 2012 Server x64

Vote Count: 1

We setup a new development server and developers are required to map to their specific folder.  The folders are located on the F drive, but if a user maps to a drive other than F, the security analyzer will fail with an error stating that the file location does not exist.

The only work around is to map your drive using the same letter, which may not be available depending on the system configuration.

----------------------------- Additional Watson Details -----------------------------

Watson Bug ID:	4126170

External Customer Info:
External Company:  
External Customer Name: STEPHEN WALKER
External Customer Email:  
External Test Config: Windows 2012R2/IIS 8.5 | ColdFusion Enterprise 2016 release | ColdFusion 2016 (3.1)



Should have said - " The development folders are located on the server's F drive, if a user maps to their respective folder using a drive letter other than F, the security analyzer will fail with an error stating that the file location does not exist."
Comment by External U.
26593 | March 08, 2016 03:29:34 PM GMT
Hi Stephen, Correct my understanding if I am wrong somewhere ... You have added remote server( running in remote machine) and scan folder is present in the local machine and remote machine . Did you correctly mapped the local file path and remote file path location ?. I have tried below steps in order to repro the issue : 1. Add the remote server -- Enter required details in Server details page --> Provide correct details of remote server in Remote server settings - -- Mapping : Enter the local path where scan folder is residing ( suppose in C folder location ex : C:\ColdFusion2016GM\cfusion\wwwroot\scanfolder) Enter the remote location path where scan folder is there in coldfusion server webroot path ( suppose in E folder location ex : E:\ColdFusion2016\cfusion\wwwroot\scanfolder) Click on Add Then click on Finish Now try to run Security Analyzer . I am getting the scan result . If steps are different than mine or understanding , please let us know with repro steps . Thanks, Mukesh
Comment by Mukesh K.
26594 | March 09, 2016 06:14:05 AM GMT
Hi Stephen, Please let us know if you are still facing the issue . Please go through my previous comments and let us know your feedback on that . Thanks, Mukesh
Comment by Mukesh K.
26595 | March 24, 2016 02:46:22 AM GMT
Sorry for the delay as I was not notified that you had commented. The issue is that I cannot install a local instance of CF (org policy is no server products on local machines, and nothing to the root) only CF Builder. In the configuration I mentioned (local mapping matches server drive) everything is working. It is a work around that may not be available to all.
Comment by External U.
26596 | April 07, 2016 05:44:05 AM GMT
Hi Stephen, You mean to say that , if CFServer is remotely located and CF IDE is located in your locally system , then when you try to run Security Analyzer from even done Mapping correctly , then it is throwing File does not exist . Please let me know it is the same you want to convey . Also please make sure mapping is done correctly . Thanks, Mukesh
Comment by Mukesh K.
26597 | April 19, 2016 04:33:17 AM GMT
Hi Stephen , Please reply with detailed repro steps . I didn't able to repo at my end , hence closing this bug as Not reproducible . Also , please make sure the mapping is correct before running security analyzer . -Mukesh
Comment by Mukesh K.
26598 | June 17, 2016 08:01:48 AM GMT