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Thread: [RESOLVED] "The specified CFC cannot be found." It's RIGHT THERE!

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    resolved [RESOLVED] "The specified CFC cannot be found." It's RIGHT THERE!

    Hello, everyone.

    Working on an internal app, so I can't give links/urls to view anything.

    CF Server 9 on IIS6.

    I'm trying to populate a CFSELECT with bind="components.ltm.getLTMs()"

    In the components directory, there is ltm.cfc; it contains two functions. Both functions are just queries, nothing else.

    Getting an error message that says "the specified CFC components.ltm cannot be found."

    I've been Googling this topic for about two hours, and I see a LOT of posts on this subject, but not a single solution has worked, for me.

    Any suggestions/ideas?

    Thanks,
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    As it turns out, the developer who was working on this did not realize that the query contained within the function was breaking. This was enough to prevent the CF server from "seeing" the .cfc file. Once the query was fixed, it worked like a charm.
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