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Pre-release for new platform support

February 08, 2013 / Rakshith Naresh

  Caching | Adobe ColdFusion | Adobe ColdFusion 10 | Announcements | Rapid Application Development | scripting language | web application development

[Update: Support for Windows 8 and Windows 2012 announced for ColdFusion 10 and ColdFusion Builder 2.0.1 : link]

[Update: Pre-release not open anymore]

We are opening up for a short pre-release to get your feedback on the support for new platforms for ColdFusion 10.

Here’s the program description for the pre-release:

The ColdFusion 10 – New Platform Support Prerelease program is intended to get feedback from the pre-release participants on the new platforms that we are supporting for ColdFusion 10. The scope of this prerelease is to ensure that ColdFusion 10 is functional on the new platforms - Windows Server 2012, Windows 8 and OS X 10.8 just as on the existing platforms that ColdFusion 10 is currently supported on.

 

If you are interested in participating in this pre-release, send an email to rakshith@adobe.com indicating that platform (Windows Server 2012/Windows 8/OS X 10.8) that you will be able to give us feedback on. The pre-release will open to a limited number and for a very short duration. So do send in your interest soon. We are also looking to get a balanced feedback across all the three platforms and that is the reason indicating the platform that you will be able to test on becomes important.


 


New & Improved CFLogin

February 28, 2012 / Shilpi Khariwal

  Caching | Security | ColdFusion

With ColdFusion 10 CFlogin is improved and more secure. The Authorization associated with cflogin for loginstorage"cookie" is much secure. The Authorization cookie,

· Is set to have a short time to live.

· Now it expires by default on browser close and this can be configured using cookie settings discussed before.

· It is by-default set to be on HttpOnly for CF admin console. For other applications, there is provision to configure

There are however some behavioral changes. Read here for further information.

Sample Auth-ehcache.xml

 


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