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We have updated the Windows 64-bit installer for ColdFusion 2016, to support Microsoft Windows Server 2016. The Add-on services installer and the .NET service installer for ColdFusion 2016 have also been refreshed.
You can access the server installer by clicking on the "free trial" or the "buy now" link in the ColdFusion product page at Adobe.com. You may download the aforementioned additional installers at the ColdFusion support page

The ColdFusion 2016 support matrix would be updated soon to reflect the support for the new platform.

The refreshed installer comes with the Update 3 baked-in. After installing the server, you may bring it up to the current update level, by installing Update 4. You can follow the instructions at this technote to download and install Update 4. If you need any help with installing ColdFusion server you may refer the installation instructions at this technote.

The installers for ColdFusion Builder 2016 and ColdFusion API Manager would soon be refreshed to support Windows Server 2016.

This post is to announce the release of the following ColdFusion updates:

ColdFusion 2016 Update 4

ColdFusion 2016 Update 4 introduces support for Windows Server 2016, upgrades Tomcat to version 8.5.11.0 and fixes 115 bugs (including 52 external bugs) in areas such as Security, Language, Charting and Performance. This update also addresses vulnerabilities mentioned in the security bulletin APSB17-14.  For details and instructions on how to apply this update refer this technote.

ColdFusion 11 Update 12

ColdFusion 11 Update 12 upgrades Tomcat to version 7.0.75. It also addresses vulnerabilities mentioned in the security bulletin APSB17-14 and fixes 59 bugs (including 28 external bugs) related to areas such as AJAX, Charting and Language. For details and instructions on how to apply this update refer this technote.

ColdFusion 10 Update 23

ColdFusion 10 Update 23 upgrades Tomcat version to 7.0.75. This update addresses vulnerabilities mentioned in the security bulletin APSB17-14 and includes a total of 17 bug fixes (including 7 external bugs) related to Language, Charting, Scheduler, Document Management and certain other areas. For details and instructions on how to apply this update refer this technote.

 

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This post is to announce the availability of updates for ColdFusion 2016 and ColdFusion Builder 2016.

ColdFusion (2016 release) Update 3

ColdFusion 2016 Update 3 includes support for Windows 10 Version 1607 and IBM Websphere Application Server 9. It also includes approximately 180 bug fixes(including ~100 external bugs) related to Language, Document Management, Serialization, Net Protocols, Database, Administrator and a few other areas.

For more details, refer this tech note.


ColdFusion Builder (2016 release) Update 3

ColdFusion Builder 2016 Update 3 includes:
    1. Important security fixes
    2. Bugs fixes in the areas of Editor and Security Code Analyzer.
    3. Upgraded PhoneGap libraries(from version 5.2.0 to version 6.0.0)
    4. Dictionary (Code Assist) changes to accommodate the changes/enhancements in ColdFusion 2016 Update 3 and earlier.
    
For more details, refer this tech note.

NOTE: We will be back porting all the important/applicable fixes to ColdFusion 10 and 11 version. Pre-release build for the same will be available in a couple of weeks for your feedback.

ColdFusion 2016 Update 3 early access build is now available for your testing and feedback. It includes support for Windows 10.1 and IBM Websphere Application Server 9 along with approximately 180 bug fixes.

Please note that this is a test build and should not be used in a production environment.

Refer the documents given below for more details on this update:

1. What's New in this update    
2. Issues Fixed in this update
3. Installation Instructions

The build number after applying this update should be 2016.0.03.300232.

In case, you have configured local site for receiving the update notifications, then please take back up of the URL before changing it to the pre-release URL.

We will look forward to your valuable feedback and suggestions.

 

Many a time, ColdFusion application code is deployed on a network path when your ColdFusion deployments are of large-scale and mandated to use network paths.

After setting up the server for the first time, if there is any performance hit, as the first thing you would want to cross-check few things. One of the things to determine is if there is any network latency.

Though you would have got same network within your organization same as earlier, your OS version also would have changed.

Follow the steps below to see if the performance hit is due to network latency-

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