Posts in Category "ColdFusion"

How to select a ColdFusion hosting provider

Ask these critical questions and determine whether a potential ISP is right for you.

Hot fix for System Error and System Out log file rotation

(Hot fix) JRun generates Java stderr and stdout logs as [server name]-err and [server name]-out when running as a Windows service, however, the files do not rotate. A hot fix has been created to solve this issue.

ColdFusion MX 7.0.2: Using named parameters with stored procedures using cfprocparam

(Hot fix) ColdFusion MX 7.0.2 can now use named parameters when calling stored procedures using the dbvarname attribute within the cfprocparam tag.

ColdFusion MX: Using cfdocument on Unix platforms

(TechNote) The cfdocument tag might cause the following error when running ColdFusion MX on a Unix platform: ExceptionConverter: java.io.IOException: The document has no pages.

ColdFusion MX: Disabling quoted identifiers for Sybase JConnect drivers

(TechNote) Sybase may throw “Invalid column name” errors when passing double quoted values in SQL WHERE clauses.

ColdFusion MX: Disabling quoted identifiers for JDBC data sources

(TechNote) “Invalid column name” errors may occur when passing double quoted values in SQL WHERE clauses.

How to identify 64-bit OS compatibility issues with ColdFusion

(TechNote) Various errors are encountered when trying to install, configure or run ColdFusion on 64-bit machines. This TechNote provides examples of these errors.

ColdFusion MX on Windows: Redirecting output from .bat files

(TechNote) ColdFusion ships with .BAT files that perform various functions, such as outputting the server version information and pre-compiling the CFMs into Java classes. There may be times when you want to redirect the output from the console to a text file but the errors are not captured in the output text file. This TechNote explains why this occurs and how to resolve it.

Resolving cfform.js and masks.js not found errors when working with cfform

(TechNote) When working with cfform, you may see one or more of the following errors in the logs, accompanied by JavaScript errors in the browser:

ColdFusion MX 6 & 7: XMLSearch() fails to return matching nodes when the XML document specifies a default namespace declaration

(TechNote) In ColdFusion MX 6 and ColdFusion MX 7, when you use XMLSearch() to run an XPath query using abbreviated syntax on an XML document that uses one or more default namespace declarations, the result may be that no nodes are matched. The problem isn’t so much with XMLSearch() as it is with understanding how to use the XPATH expression language. This article describes how to write an XPATH expression that can deal with these special cases.