ColdFusion installation on Oracle WebLogic is supported, and 64-bit support is also available. Per Adobe, following are some points to note about this setup: The majority of the functionality and features of ColdFusion run on 64-bit platforms; however, certain features including ColdFusion COM interoperability, ColdFusion Delphi interoperability, and Microsoft Access database connectivity do not work on a ColdFusion 64-bit platform. A few other features, such as ColdFusion .NET integration services and database drivers currently run in 32-bit mode. Click here for details on CF 9 System Requirements and Support Matrix. If we get some time, we’ll try to post detailed … Read More
This guide walks through an installation of:
- Standalone ColdFusion 9 Developer Edition (Server)
- Standalone ColdFusion Builder (IDE)
Upon installation of the above, this guide further walks through how to configure the ColdFusion Builder IDE and build simple “Hello World” application.
PS: I can’t remember the last Hello World that was this simple to develop with such few lines of code.
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It is now more difficult to find Flex Builder 3 download. I just got a new laptop and wanted to install Flex Builder 3 because I am still working with projects that are based on it. Searched all over for the official download but had to hit a 3rd party site that referenced the link below. Still works at the time of this post (6/14/10): http://download.macromedia.com/pub/flex/flex_builder/FB3_win.exe Adobe is making it difficult to find past versions of Flex Builder as they want you to upgrade to Flash Builder 4. UPDATE (11/13/10): Thank you Steven. A link to the Mac version follows: … Read More
This past week I was able to write a small application with the Flex 4 API and FlashBuilder. I have quite a bit of previous experience with Flex 3 and wanted to write a quick note on my first impressions of the new environment.
I like seeing Oracle leverage non-Oracle technology, like Adobe Flex and AIR. I hope that trend continues for Oracle…while Microsoft goes off to build things like Silverlight and Apple simply decides to avoid support for Flash altogether on their iPhone and iPad devices. I haven’t played with these widgets myself yet, but I do like the idea and sure we will be leveraging them. Click to Download – Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g Desktop Widgets Click to Blog – Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g Desktop Widgets
I just can’t wait for Flash on Android…and for Apple’s hand to [hopefully] get forced into supporting Flash as well.
Even Flex Builder with all its awesomeness is not without its own set of quirks. It seems the introspecting utility does not handle collections(arrays, arraylist, string) properly.