Entries Tagged as “ColdFusion”

Mobile Application Development Contest - Deadline Extended to January 15th!!

December 15, 2014 / Elishia Dvorak

  Adobe ColdFusion | Adobe ColdFusion 11 | CFBuilder | ColdFusion | ColdFusion 11 | Mobile

There is still time to submit your app for the Mobile Dev Contest and Win $1000!!

 

We have received requests to extend the time for our mobile contest, so we are extending the deadline to January 15th.  

 

Please send an email to Rakshith@adobe.com to let us know of your plans to submit an entry.

 

Reminder, below are the contest rules.  

Requirements:

 

If you're just getting started with ColdFusion mobile development, here are some resources to look into:
Adobe ColdFusion YouTube Channel:
Getting Started with ColdFusion Mobile
ColdFusion Mobile Workflow

Devnet Articles:
Build Your First Mobile App with Adobe ColdFusion
Mobile Application Development with ColdFusion 11



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Which JDK is supported with ColdFusion 9, 10, and 11?

November 19, 2014 / Elishia Dvorak

  Adobe ColdFusion | Adobe ColdFusion 10 | Adobe ColdFusion 11 | ColdFusion | ColdFusion 11 | General

 

Adobe ColdFusion sometimes supports newer versions the Oracle JDK with updates and hot fix releases, so many times it’s difficult to keep track of.  For clarity, Adobe will support the later minor releases of the major version support that is listed below. 

 

ColdFusion 11

Update 3 and later: JDK 8

Update 2 and earlier: JDK 7

 

ColdFusion 10

Update 14 and later: JDK 8

Updates 8-13: JDK 7

Update 7 and earlier: JDK 6

 

ColdFusion 9.0.2

CF 9.0.2 Cumulative Hot Fix 1: JDK 7**

No hot fixes: JDK 6

 

ColdFusion 9.0.1

Cumulative Hot Fix 4: JDK 7 **

Cumulative Hot Fix 3 and earlier: JDK 6

 

ColdFusion 9.0

Cumulative Hot Fix 3 and later: JDK 7**

Cumulative Hot Fix 2 and earlier: JDK 6

 

 

**JDK 1.7 is only supported on Mac OS X 10.7.3 and later. See this article for more details. ColdFusion 9.0.X does not support Mac OS X 10.7. Therefore, Cumulative hot fix 1 does not certify ColdFusion 9.0.X with JDK 1.7 on Mac OS X.

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Win $1000!! ColdFusion 11 Mobile Application Development Contest

October 20, 2014 / Elishia Dvorak

  Adobe ColdFusion | Adobe ColdFusion 11 | Announcements | CF Summit | ColdFusion | ColdFusion 11 | Mobile

ColdFusion 11 provides a single platform to develop, test, and debug mobile applications in one end-to-end workflow leveraging your existing CFML skills.  

The Adobe ColdFusion Team is sponsoring a mobile application contest where the winner will receive a $1000.00 gift card prize.  More details below.  

 

Requirements:

 


Good luck!! 

 

And please help us spread the word!

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Resolving "500 Internal Server Error" with ColdFusion 10 Update 14

October 16, 2014 / Krishna Reddy

  Administrator | Adobe ColdFusion 10 | ColdFusion | Connector | General | Hotfix

We have seen that some of you have not been able to get the web server connector working after applying update 14.

We did our investigation and following is our finding.

The connector binaries of ColdFusion 10 update 14 are built on top of  VC++ runtime 2012 update 4.

Installation of VC++ runtime requires admin privileges. If the ColdFusion service runs as administrator or system account, the update itself install the VC++ runtime as this account would have installation privileges.

If your ColdFusion service account is not running as administrator or system account, applying the hotfix from administrator can't install VC++ runtime and you will get "500 internal server error" after configuring the connector.

In this case, you need to manually install VC++ runtime 2012 32-bit and/or 64 bit depending on whether Web server is 32-bit or 64-bit.

You can download VC++ runtime here at:

http://www.microsoft.com/en-in/download/details.aspx?id=30679

When you install hotfix manually, administrator privileges are enforced and so the installation of VC++ runtime is automatically taken care by the updater.

 

 

 

 


ColdFusion 10 support with Java 8

October 16, 2014 / Krishna Reddy

  ColdFusion | ColdFusion Secure Profile | General | Hotfix

With Update 14 for ColdFusion 10, Java 8 is supported.

If you are using ColdFusion Web services you will have to do a one-time change manually.

You should copy tools.jar manually from {JDK8_Home}/lib to {cf_install_home}/cfusion/lib/. ColdFusion Web Services will fail if this is not done. Only JDK contains tools.jar not the jre. You don't have to install JDK on the machine where ColdFusion is installed. You can just have jre 8 on this machine and get tools.jar from any other machine's JDK installation.

And also make sure that the earlier stubs are cleared fom {cf_install_home}/cfusion/stubs/ to get the newly compiled classes.

Originally ColdFusion 10 was shipped with jre 1.6. With that build we released tools.jar of jdk1.6.

For Windows there was a refreshed installer release. With this jre include was 1.7 and so we have shipped tools.jar of jdk1.7.

Since, we are not releasing new installers and still if you want ColdFusion to run on jre 1.8.

Unless you want Web services, it is not necessary that you have to upadte it.

The reason why we have not shipped this through updater is that it can break the existing users those who have n't upgraded their jre.


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