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. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQkSsmA_lFo[/youtube]
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.