is a popular web applications development tool. ColdFusion uses
a tag-based, server scripting language that is ideal for programming Web
applications. Processed entirely on the server, the ColdFusion Markup
Language (CFML) cleanly integrates with HTML for user interface and XML
for data exchange. Both open and extendible, CFML supports more than 70
server-side tags, 200 functions, and 800 third-party components making it
the most productive language available for creating advanced Web
applications. In addition, ColdFusion supports Java and C++, and fully
integrates with object transaction middleware through COM, CORBA, or EJB.
ColdFusion is commonly used for the development of database-enabled
web sites, and supports several databases including dBase/FoxPro, IBM
DB2/6000, INFORMIX 7.x/9.x, Sybase 11, OpenIngres 1.x/2.x, Oracle 7/8, MS
SQL, and MySQL.
Though ColdFusion is capable of connecting to all these
databases, MySQL is the only database, which can be run on your
CFX Custom Tags are not supported on the Virtual Server, unless they have been built elsewhere
using Sun's C++ Compiler, version 5.0.
Do the following, depending on your Virtual Server O/S.
FreeBSD & BSD/OS
ColdFusion is not available.
Solaris ColdFusion 4.5 (Enterprise)
ColdFusion can be added to your Solaris Virtual Server via our online
Order Submission Wizards. There is a nominal
Monthly Charge for ColdFusion.
If you don't know the Virtual Server O/S, try the following:
For more help concerning Virtual Server ColdFusion, see the following.
ColdFusion information and documentation is available at the
Allaire Web site.
For more information, refer to the following sites and documents.
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