NOTE: THIS POST has been made obsolete with the final release of these updates in Dec 2016. Please see the post announcing that.

The information below, this post and its comments, is left for history sake.

ColdFusion 11 Update 11 and ColdFusion Update 22 early access builds are now available for your testing and feedback. Please note that these are test builds and should not be used in a production environment.

For the list of bugs fixed with these updates, refer the following documents:

Follow the steps below to apply the update.

  1. Navigate to ColdFusion Administrator -> Server Updates -> Updates.
  2. Under Settings tab, check "Automatically Check for Updates" check box
  3. Change the Site URL to 
  4. Click Submit to save your changes.
  5. Under the "Available Updates" tab, click on the “Check for Updates” button.
  6. "ColdFusion 11 Update 11" or "ColdFusion 10 Update 22" should be listed under the "Available updates" tab. 
  7. Click on the "Download and Install" button to install the update.
To apply this update manually, download the required update by clicking on one of the applicable links below:
To run the downloaded jar, execute the following command:
java -jar <jar-file-dir>/hotfix_0xx.jar
You should use the JRE used by CF for running the update jar (for standalone CF, it should be <cf_root>/jre/bin)
For further details on the manual application of the updater follow this help article.
The build number after applying this update should be
11,0,11,300779 (Pre-Release) for ColdFusion 11;
10,0,22,300783 (Pre-Release) for ColdFusion 10.

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 prerelease URL.

We will look forward to your valuable feedback and suggestions.

13 Comments to “ColdFusion 11 Update 11 and ColdFusion 10 Update 22 PreRelease build available for download”

  1. Peter Tilbrook
    Great work! Lots and lots of bug fixes. Keep up the great work!!!
  2. James Mohler
    Do any of these bug fixes apply to ColdFusion 2016? If so, is there an update for it coming soon?
  3. flashios09
    Hi Piyush Kumar Nayak, is ColdFusion2016 compatible with Sql ALWAYSON(version 2014) ?
  4. Dave
    @flashios09, We're still on CF10, but it supports SQL AlwaysOn and its really nice to have.
  5. Piyush
    Most of these fixes, if applicable on CF 2016 have already been released as a part of Update 3, released in the first week of Oct this year. You can find the list of bugs fixed with CF 2016 HF 3 at

    The underlying DB for SQL Server AlwaysOn should either be MS SQL Server 2012 or 2014. CF 2016 supports both these DB versions. You can find the detailed doc on the supported technologies at
  6. Dan Roberts
  7. Charlie Arehart
    Dan, I'm curious where you got that URL, from some Adobe page? Or perhaps you're just trying it based on the pattern of earlier technotes.

    Note that this one is still in prerelease. Perhaps they don't create that technote until the final release (I'd not really paid close attention to that before myself. Had you?)

    Hopefully Adobe will confirm if that's it.
  8. Peter Tilbrook
    SQL Server 2016 support for CF2016?
  9. Charlie Arehart
    Peter, no, still not supported (as of 12/2/16, and update 3). But that doesn't mean you can't use it, of course.

    See my more extended reply to someone who asked me the same question on my blog a few months ago:
  10. Piyush
    CF10 Update 22 is not released yet. So there's no KB webpage for it yet. Is there anything specific that you are you looking for there. Perhaps I can be of help.

    We have not yet certified SQL Server 2016 on CF 2016.
    Are you using it with CF 2016? If so, are you running into any issues?
  11. BKBK
    Hi Piyush Kumar, your article is on 2 separate updates. But you say, "To apply this update manually, click on this link to download the update jar". Does the update JAR apply to Coldfusion 10 as well as Coldfusion 11?
  12. Piyush
    Thanks for pointing that out. I've fixed the update jar download links. I apologize for the confusion.
    By the by, one can always extract the jar download URL from the related updates.xml file.
  13. BKBK
    Hi Piyush Kumar, thanks for your reply and for the information.

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