Coldfusion 9 ORM, Caching and Autocommit

One more from the archives of the company dev blog, this time from August 2011. We have been gradually moving off of ColdFusion over the last several years, but maybe there is something in here that might be useful for someone. We have been using ColdFusion 9 for a few…

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Performance of CFScript

This is another article from the retired company blog. This one is from September, 2011. I have been developing ColdFusion on and off for about 10 years, and one topic that has been controversial the entire time is CFScript. The arguments go back and forth: ‘It’s too slow’, ‘it’s not…

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Logging in To Salesforce from ColdFusion

Im continuing to clear out articles from the retired company development team blog. This one, was instrumental in getting me connected with one of my first big side work projects, which evolved into a two year project that helped us retire our mortgage. From August 2011: We have been working…

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Making Java, Coldfusion, Tomcat and PayflowPro Play Nicely

One of the more odd parts of our architecture at work involves a cluster of Tomcat instances running ColdFusion and Java services side by side. We are porting our existing ColdFusion services over to Java/SpringMVC applications, and during the transition they are being served up by the same app servers.…

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ColdFusion, HQL and Named Parameters with Collections

I am currently working on a app that has a fairly simple database model, and we are using ColdFusion 9 and Hibernate to map that model. The model is actually a local cache of a Sales Force CRM database. I have an Account, that can have a list of postal…

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