Entries Tagged as “ColdFusion”
Adobe ColdFusion 11 | Announcements | ColdFusion | General | Updates
ColdFusion 11 Update 4 pre-release build has been refreshed to address an issue with the Elvis operator.
Follow the instructions available in the blog post mentioned below to install this update:
We look forward to your valuable feedback and suggestions.
NOTE: Users who have already applied ColdFusion 11 Update 4 pre-release build, they need to uninstall it and re-download the latest build of ColdFusion 11 Update 4. The build number after applying this update should be 11,0,04,293127(PreRelease).
Adobe ColdFusion Builder 3 | Thunder | Adobe ColdFusion Builder | CFBuilder | ColdFusion | General | Hotfix | Mobile | PDF Generation | Updates
Update 3 for ColdFusion Builder 3 is released.
This update is primarily a companion update to ColdFusion 11 Update 3 which ahs added support for PhoneGap 3.5.
This is just an Update for the ColdFusion Builder 3 installation that were installed prior to the build number 292483. Corresponding full installers with this update embedded were already released in December. Automatic update notification takes care of notifying you, if this update applies to your installation or not. So, if your installation is the one that was released in December, this update is not applicable and won't show you the notification.
This update has the following 3 bug fixes.
Remote servers details not retained on Builder restart.
Exception when generating build for mobile project
PhoneGap version for Mobile project should be updated to 3.5
Through ColdFusion Builder 3, you would get an automatic notification to apply the Update.
In the month of August 2014, we had refreshed the update 2 just fixing the bugs arised out of Update 2. Ram has blogged it as Update 3 mistakenly. It should have been blogged as Refreshed build for Update 2. Our apologies for the confusion with regard to the update number.
ColdFusion 11 Installers refreshed-Has fix for Server fails to start on enabling J2EE Session variables and Installation on Japanese OS
Administrator | Adobe ColdFusion | Adobe ColdFusion 11 | Announcements | Application Server | ColdFusion | Docs | General | Hotfix | Session Management | Updates
During first week of December 2014, we had released Full installers for ColdFusion 11 with update 3 in-built. The build number was 11,0,3,292480.
There were two issues with the build that was released(Full Installers only).
1) After Enabling J2EE Session Variables server hangs on restart/start.
2)On Japanese OSes, installer doesn't recognize the Japanese locale.
If you have applied the update 3 through Hotfix, these 2 issues won't arise for you. And also, #1 is not applicable for J2EE deployments done as EAR or WAR.
These two issues are fixed and we have refreshed the Full installers this week. The build number is: 11,0,3,292866
If you have come across #1, either you can download and use the new installer or apply the workaround on your existing server itself.
The workaround is:
Open the xml file C:\ColdFusion11\cfusion\runtime\conf\context.xml (Change it as per your installation path)
and uncomment the tag: <Manager pathname="" />
<Manager pathname="" />
Change it to:
<Manager pathname="" />
If you have come across #2, you have to download and install.
Adobe ColdFusion | Adobe ColdFusion 11 | Announcements | ColdFusion
To all our ColdFusion users in the Washington, D.C. area:
Please join us at the Adobe Digital Government Assembly on Tuesday, February 3, 2015 at the Ritz Carlton, Washington, D.C.
This one day event is FREE to Government
Topics include Transforming Customer Experiences, Cloud-Delivered Innovation, Security & Efficiencies
For more details and to register, please see the Event site here: http://adobedigitalgovernment.com/
Let us know if you'll be there!
Adobe ColdFusion Builder 3 | Adobe ColdFusion | Adobe ColdFusion 11 | Adobe ColdFusion Builder | CFBuilder | ColdFusion | web application development
I wish everyone a very happy and prosperous new year. Here comes the first blog post for the year 2015 for ColdFusion Buider 3. One of the user came across Mobile Application Development Contest blog and was further trying to develop an application using ColdFusion Builder 3. He wasn’t able to setup a connection between ColdFusion 11 and ColdFusion Builder 3. They were trying to create a “Remote Server” connection between ColdFusion Builder 3 and ColdFusion 11, installed on separate servers (distributed setup).
Here are the steps that will help you setup a remote host with ColdFusion Builder:-
1. Launch ColdFusion Builder 3 and choose your workspace.
2. Right-click on the “CF Servers” view and select
3. Select “New server configuration” and click “OK”. You can choose “Import configurations from RDS server”, in case you have RDS server setup already and want to use existing server information.
4. If you can’t locate the CF Servers, then, follow the screenshot below, to enable it.
Refer to Add a remote server and fill in the details for your server.
5. General Settings
a) Server Name: ColdFusion server name.
b) Description: (optional) Description of the server.
c) Application Server: Select the drop-down list and select CF+ Tomcat Bundle (for CF10/CF11)
d) Host Name: Name of the remote server host.
e) Select: Is Remote.
Note: When you enter a Host Name other than localhost or 127.0.0.1, Is Remote is automatically selected.
f) Webserver Port: Specify the port number of the remote ColdFusion server instance you are configuring. You can refer server.xml for the same at \ColdFusion11\cfusion\runtime\conf\.
g) RDS User Name: (optional) if you are using RDS, specify the RDS user name.
h) RDS Password: (optional) Specify the RDS password.
Click Next to move to the next screen.
6. Remote Server Settings
a) User Name: Specify the CF Admin username.
b) Password: Specify the CF Admin password.
Click Next to move to the next screen.
7. Install Extensions
Select Install Extensions to install the extensions that are packaged with ColdFusion Builder.
a) Browse and select the ColdFusion web root location.
b) Browse and select the ColdFusion web root location on the remote ColdFusion server.
c) Browse to a location within the web root to install the extensions. The extensions are installed in the Extensions directory within the selected location.
8. Click Finish to add the remote ColdFusion server instance. You can right-click on the remote server and access the ColdFusion Administrator of the remote server.
This blog post talks about, the minimal settings required to setup a remote server for CF Builder. You can skip the Install Extensions section as well.
Note: - While configuring the remote server in CF Builder, ensure that, you are able to access/ping the remote ColdFusion server outside builder. You can probably, access the remote CF Admin in the browser, for e.g. http://ip:port/CFIDE/Administrator/index.cfm and ensure connectivity.