I had this error when working locally on my laptop.
It took me a few minutes to figure out so I thought I'd blog this for future reference.
When loading an application running Fusebox 5.1 - I encountered the error in the title of this post.
The fix was pretty simple in the endup.
I simply had an invalid XML circuit file.
Fusebox normally tells you this using it's own errorHandling templates, but under certain conditions - this can happen.
If the error persists and your XML is valid - try setting the mode to production - especially in a production environment.
I found this little trick on the blog of John Whish...which originally started at dopefly dot com.
There is a plugin for Firefox, which has recently been updated for the new Firefox 3, but for lesser browsers - this can make reloading your fusebox apps much easier!
To use it in Internet Explorer
Simply right-click this Full Fusebox Reload link and select "Add to favourites".
To use it in Firefox
Right click on this link Full Fusebox Reload and select "Bookmark this link".
To use it in Safari
Add a bookmark called "Full Fusebox Reload". Once you have created your bookmark, select "Show all bookmarks" from the "Bookmarks" menu and right click on "Full Fusebox Reload" which you have just created and select "Edit address". You need to paste in the following code:
Changing the default password
To change the default password you can simply edit the url address you have for the bookmark and change the prompt('password','defaultpassword') part.
It is also worth noting that this is setup to parse all the files as well so you may want to edit that as well.
Below is a link to a breeze presentation about whats coming up in the next release of fusebox 5.5 by the main developer Sean Corfield, worth a watch even for people who have not used a framework as he runs though the basics to start with
Saw this on cf-talk - Link from cf-talk
In case anyone has missed the news they have recently started interviewing some CF frameworks 'gurus' over on
They have Sean Corfield and Mark Mandel coming soon with Ray Camden, Isaac Dealey, Luis Majano and Barney Boisvert lined up.