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-
We are happy to announce the
first release of Migration Guide for ColdFusion 11. This guide will help you,
to migrate your ColdFusion 9 and ColdFusion 10 servers to ColdFusion 11
seamlessly. This guide also gives a fair overview for migration of legacy
servers to the most recent and supported versions. This helps you understand
the various phases of migration, along with, how to use Code Analyzer. The Code
Analyzer reviews the CFML pages that you specify and informs you of any
potential compatibility issues and ensures a smooth migration.
We also tried to cover, few of
the common migration issues and possible solutions.
Here is the link to ColdFusion 11 Migration Guide and don’t
forget to visit the “Help and tutorials” section inside the guide.
We are open for your suggestions
Since we have been getting lot of calls/queries around migration these days, I thought it would make sense to make a blog post on it. Now, since Migration is a very broad subject we need to keep in mind the Technology, Hardware, Operating System, Settings, Application Server, Web Server, Code compatibility.
Migrating from ColdFusion 9 to ColdFusion 11 can be done by more than 1 way. In this article we will discuss ways on how to migrate from ColdFusion 9 to ColdFusion 11.
There are 2 ways to migrate from ColdFusion 9 to ColdFusion 11