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Comment on mistake in docs, showing how to refer to an array element by Charlie A.
Comment on cfinput type="datefield" Generates Invalid HTML Code by Charlie A.
Charlie Arehart Always a good reminder for folks. Thanks, guys.
Comment on Add option to override mapping of /api directory to ColdFusion REST services by Charlie A.
Comment on cfinput datefield will not show attribute value after applying cf11 update 12 by Charlie A.
Comment on Inconsistent Handling of JPEG Images resulting in "ImageReadingException" Errors by Charlie A.
Comment on Authenticated users bypass NTFS ACL permission authorization getting access to restricted CF content without error by Charlie A.
Comment on Any reason CF does not preconfigure support of https for axis2 web services? by Charlie A.
Comment on Support /api as a context path for RESTful web services. by Charlie A.
Comment on CF Admin does not accept ::1 for "debugging ip addresses", so localhost debugging fails for many by Charlie A.
Comment on Bug 73802:Can we please get some reporting (in the debug output, or via logging) of how much time a given request spends in cflock waits? We don't hear call about this, but I would argue it's because few unders by Charlie A.
Comment on Debug consumes memory even when showdebugoutput="false" by Charlie A.
Comment on Any reason CF does not preconfigure support of https for axis2 web services? by Charlie A.
Charlie Arehart [i am removing this comment and replacing it with a new one above. this portal doesn’t let us edit prior comments without removing all line-end characters, making a long comment a jumble. I’ve reported this issue to Adobe months ago. Grr.]
Comment on WriteDump() should have an option to output to a new line by Charlie A.
Comment on All CFM requests logged as /jakarta/isapi_redirect.dll in IIS 10.0 by Charlie A.
Comment on URLs with /api/ Fails with 500.0 - Internal Server Error by Charlie A.
Comment on Whitespace being stripped out when using CFMAIL by Charlie A.
Charlie Arehart Thanks, JG. And to Tom and Michael, when I made my comment (in reply to Tom's first), I prefaced it with "or" meaning if Adobe might balk at a generic proposal of "the community" somehow "continuing to run it". I was just proposing a more concrete proposal. I'm open myself to any
Comment on Using "allowed ip addresses" to "block admin" access still shows login page to any IP by Charlie A.
Comment on [ANeff] ER for: Scheduled Tasks page enhancements by Charlie A.
Comment on Authenticated users bypass NTFS ACL permission authorization getting access to restricted CF content without error by Charlie A.
Comment on cfinput datefield will not show attribute value after applying cf11 update 12 by Charlie A.
Comment on Web services will not be served over https, if wsdl version 2 is being used. by Charlie A.
Comment on Debug consumes memory even when showdebugoutput="false" by Charlie A.
Comment on Monitoring Server Listens to Port 5500 even when disabled from Admin by Charlie A.
Charlie Arehart Ok, and I had asked, "And are there any lines in the cf logs when you do try to start it that way?" (as a service)
Charlie Arehart Steve, since you allude to this being related to having applied a CF update, my bet would be that there was an error in applying the update. I have a blog post about it, with details of both how to find if there was (not obvious) and what to do to recover (also not so obvious). You
Comment on RIAForge decommissioning by Charlie Arehart
Charlie Arehart Steve, when you say cf won't start as a service, do you mean you get an error in the services panel? Or that some page (perhaps the admin) doesn't load? And are there any lines in the cf logs when you do try to start it that way? Finally  if this is pressing enough for you to want
Charlie Arehart FWIW, I'll point out here that Suresh from Adobe did say in a forum post recently (<a href="https://coldfusion.adobe.com/discussion/2514693/">https://coldfusion.adobe.com/discussion/2514693/a>) where he reported: "The next update of  ACF  2018 and 2016 planned for  Jan
Charlie Arehart Wow, Pete  At the very time you were sharing this here, I was posting a blog entry on corretto (and CF). For those interested in more, see: <a href="https://www.carehart.org/blog/client/index.cfm/2018/11/15/considering_amazon_corretto_open_jdk" rel
Charlie Arehart Good to hear, if that was another issue.  But as for your main issue, did you resolve that? Did you see my reply above? Somehow the UI fooled me and it shows as a new comment rather than a reply to your last one.
Charlie Arehart Right, but it is important that people catch that if they DO use Java 11 for production (once cf2018 supports it), they COULD have Oracle sales thugs knocking on their door demanding a ransom–all because they didn’t notice the subtle indication in the Oracle license on the download
Charlie Arehart Adding to Paul's comment, I would wonder if in fact you may say  I only had one option", which would mean that the installer thought that cf (in the server form) was ALREADY installed. Have you checked that, Jack? Besides looking for a coldfusion2018 folder (which could have been
priyajitb45137735 Hi <a href="https://coldfusion.adobe.com/profile/Charlie Arehart">Charlie Areharta> , yup I have gone through the logs and its showing java.outof memory error. Thus I increased the jvm heap space and its working good now. Thanks.
Charlie Arehart Some folks here have asked for more info on this matter. I posted a new entry with more, here: <a href="https://www.carehart.org/blog/client/index.cfm/2018/11/15/on_CF_and_commercial_use_of_java_going_forward" rel="nofollow">https://www.carehart.org/blog/client/index.cfm/2018
Charlie Arehart Yes, this is a (now) known issue that has been fixed and will be corrected in the next update, according to an email from Adobe I saw elsewhere today.
Charlie Arehart For those interested in more on Corretto, including why it's of interest given recent changes in oracle licensing, see a post I did last week:   https://www.carehart.org/blog/client/index.cfm/2018/11/15/considering_amazon_corretto_open_jdk And while James shows implementing
Charlie Arehart OK, Steve, I have assessed the logs, and from what I see, it will be very hard to resolve this issue here by email/comment (in my opinion, at least). So I will re-assert my suggestion that we may be able to solve this via a remote screensharing session.  There are various things I
Comment on CF18 install for iis by Charlie Arehart
Comment on REPL in ColdFusion (2018 release) by Charlie Arehart
Comment on CF18 install for iis by Charlie Arehart
Comment on ColdFusion Debugging on Production by Charlie Arehart
Comment on Oracle’s Java policy change by Charlie Arehart
Charlie Arehart Snazzo, since you say that you have seen examples that "should" work, can you confirm first if you run those, do THEY work? If not on one server, what about on another? Your problem (with your code or such sample code) may be a config issue on your server (perhaps failed updates
Comment on poor error handling when neo-cron.xml is corrupted or truncated by Charlie A.
Comment on Monitoring ColdFusion Servers by Charlie Arehart
Charlie Arehart I realize you're trying to present a balanced perspective here, Michaela, but I do think in this case it would be worth considering putting that "originally published at teratech.com" indication at the top. That way readers can understand from the outset that this was written
Charlie Arehart I have a few questions after reading this. 1) Does the next to last sentence mean that this whole "auto-connector tuning" feature does not apply to Apache? but only to IIS? It seems that the tuning is only done to the connection_pool_size, yet that sentence about Apache says
Comment on CF should track the state of last execution of tasks in a file separate from neo-cron.xml, to prevent loss of all tasks on its corruption by Charlie A.
Charlie Arehart They have over time, such as here: <a href="https://coldfusion.adobe.com/2014/11/which-jdk-is-supported-with-coldfusion-9-10-and-11/">https://coldfusion.adobe.com/2014/11/which-jdk-is-supported-with-coldfusion-9-10-and-11/a> But it does need updating for CF2016 and 2018. I can
Charlie Arehart Benjamin, be careful what you are doing there. That mention (in the release notes at <a href="https://helpx.adobe.com/coldfusion/release-note/coldfusion-2018-release-notes.html" rel="nofollow">https://helpx.adobe.com/coldfusion/release-note/coldfusion-2018-release-notes.htmla
Charlie Arehart It does not make sense, on the surface, that simply remoting into the server should make a difference in how the app works, no. So first, are you really saying that the URL that you use to access the app OFF and then ON the server (by remoting in) is identical? If so, let's make
Charlie Arehart Benjamin, before we presume this is a problem inherent in cf2018  can you clsirify: How did you change which jvm cf uses? Can you show the paths you used for the 10.0.2 jre vs jdk? Did you notice that the error refers to  1.8.0_191. Are you sure cf isn't somehow not finding
Charlie Arehart Wow. So I'll remind people wanting to buy an upgrade online that they can do so (and at a discount) at https://www.buy-adobe-software.com/. That's the sister site of fusion-reactor.com, where CF and CFB are offered, in all available versions and editions, both full and upgrades
Charlie Arehart What is the "it" you mean you're restarting? You say "a server" but do you really mean the box? Or perhaps  CF or IIS? People often say server but mean otherwise. Just would help to know. And either way, you say you need to do that reset of iis settings, but you don't clarify what
Charlie Arehart What is the “it” you’re restarting, Eugene? You say “a server” but do you really mean the box? Or perhaps  CF or IIS? Sometimes people say one thing but really mean the other. Would help to know for sure.And either way, you say you need to do that reset of IIS settings, but you don
Charlie Arehart James, I know you’re asking Cavan, and I had the same question at first when I saw the comment, but I think the point he or she is making was about how Amazon will be supporting Coretto for such a long time.But neither of you (nor the OP, rcasdorph) have responded to my other
Charlie Arehart Still not seeing the option to buy an upgrade license for cf. See my comment above, https://coldfusion.adobe.com/2018/05/upgrade-path-to-coldfusion-2018-release/#comment-470. (I am not using the "reply" feature because the indentation process eventually makes for a single
Charlie Arehart L, I think you will find that this is not a symlink problem. CF CAN run page pointed to via a symlink (created using mklink, for those not familiar with that DOS command, from recent years). Instead, I would suggest that the 404 error you see may just be masking some other problem
Charlie Arehart So you guys can update comments, it seems (as I noted below, we cannot). Interesting. That said, I really think you should have offered your "update" here (the last two paragraphs above) as a reply to my comment below. Someone reading THAT may not see THIS. I don't see what value
Charlie Arehart Great news:there is a discount code to bring the cost down to just US$15! Se my blog post for that. (I'm reluctant to edit this post, because doing so makes blog posts here disappear until such a change is approved. That's too risky with the event being this week.)
Comment on There seems to be a problem with editing replies here, since the recent portal update by Charlie Arehart
Comment on There seems to be a problem with editing replies here, since the recent portal update by Charlie Arehart
Comment on Hey, why am I finding CF installed node.js? by Charlie Arehart
Charlie Arehart So Benjamin, the tools.jar update was never "needed" to be done except when folks moved from one major version to another (this is mentioned in the various Adobe blog posts when a new JVM version would come out and they would explain it, and it's also mentioned in this post: https
Charlie Arehart To rcasdorph, yes. Adobe is aware of the issue, and has begun addressing it (more in a moment). First, though, it's not that you won't be able to use Java 8 without paying for it: it's that you are not going to be able to get *updates* to it for free, if you use it for commercial
Charlie Arehart Thanks for raising this, Carl, and for seeing that it's fixed, Anit. There's another unfortunate problem, as long as those are being addressed now: if you go to the front page of the portal, you'll see several blog posts, including a couple on cf2018. If you hit the button
Comment on ColdFusion (2018 release) Public Beta Refreshed Installers by Charlie Arehart
2608277 CF-4141711 John D. We had the Nessus port 5500 security scan problem locking up CF that Charlie mentioned in his comment. It was a big problem well beyond what average users should have to encounter. We felt lucky that Charlie was able to identify the problem and tell us how to work
Charlie Arehart That's great news to hear, Benjamin. Thanks. And for any who may wonder where Adobe shared that info, it was in a reply to another thread he'd opened: https://coldfusion.adobe.com/discussion/2488557/ Sadly, I can't seem to find a way to provide a direct link to the specific
Charlie Arehart OK, so following up on two of my previous replies here (replies to Ben's comments, and so buried under the "reply" button and perhaps easily missed by casual readers), I wanted to take a step back. So Benjamin is saying that all this happened when he moved from Java 10.0.1 (which
Charlie Arehart Thanks, Rakshith. But we must be seeing different results. When I click that button (the one in the top right corner), it goes to the checkout page which reports, "you're buying Adobe ColdFusion Edition (2016 Release)". There is indeed a "type", "platform", and "language" field
Comment on ColdFusion 2018 / Web Services / Java 10 / JDK tools.jar by Charlie Arehart
Comment on Upgrade path to ColdFusion (2018 release) by Charlie Arehart
Comment on Relationship with ColdFusion Community on Adobe Forums by Charlie Arehart
Comment on How to Make Adobe ColdFusion Desirable Again by Charlie Arehart
Charlie Arehart Hey, Wil, good stuff. One problem: you refer to a blog post where you said you had a table of SSL/TLS versions supported by CF, but the link (the href) is currently empty. Did you mean this post: https://www.coldfusionmuse.com/index.cfm/2014/12/8/colfusion-jvm-versions-sslv3-tls
Comment on Relationship with ColdFusion Community on Adobe Forums by Charlie Arehart
Comment on There seems to be a problem with editing replies here, since the recent portal update by Charlie Arehart
Charlie Arehart Thanks for the recent bunch of posts, Saurav. But for this one, isn't Enterprise priced per 8 CPUs? That's what it says in the EULA: <a href="https://www.adobe.com/content/dam/acom/en/legal/licenses-terms/pdf/ColdFusion.pdf" rel="nofollow">https://www.adobe.com/content/dam/acom/en/legal/licenses-terms/pdf/ColdFusion.pdfa
2597036 CF-3178478 External U. Servers were experiencing performance problems. This was a contributing factor. Called in Charlie Arehart to help troubleshoot. See attached files.
Charlie Arehart Thanks for this, Rakshith. But there is a problem logging in (as discussed here), at least using the option to login via facebook, and it seems it could be easily solved with a change in the URL used in cffiddle.org to login via FB. First, I'm curious if anyone
Charlie Arehart Jason, this is a debate that recurs like a fever blister with each new CF release, and while I barely have the energy to engage in it deeply myself again, still I do want to at least offer a couple of corrections to your comments. The Standard edition DOES have threading
Comment on Adobe ColdFusion 2018: Step into the Aether by Charlie Arehart
Comment on Garbage First helps boost CF2018 performance by Charlie Arehart
Comment on ColdFusion 2018 / Web Services / Java 10 / JDK tools.jar by Charlie Arehart
2609838 CF-3759721 External U. Following up on my note below - myself and Charlie A spent some time looking at this tonight and noticed some things. I've got 3x iMacs here, 2x running Yosemite, 1x on Mavericks. All are using CF11 update 3 (final release from today) 1. Mavericks with JRE 1.7 works
Comment on Upgrade path to ColdFusion (2018 release) by Charlie Arehart
Rakshith Naresh Sure, Charlie. When you click on buy now, there is a "Purchase Upgrade Version" option at the top right. Clicking that take you on the path to complete the purchase for an upgrade.
Saurav Ghosh Thanks a lot, Charlie. I've addressed points 1 and 2. For point 3, I am working on it. For point 4, that is a very valid argument. We'll see how we can enhance the experience of this page. Thanks, Saurav
Charlie Arehart I don't know why Anit is saying it's "not possible" to update from 8 to 2018. It's certainly "possible". I have 2 current clients who've just made the move. Of course it's a little more work than moving from 9--which is itself a bigger jump than from 10.  A move from 10 or above
Charlie Arehart So the answer would be, no, there's no such feature documented there (if you refer to the => aspect of your sample line of code). You speak your first comment as if you expected it to be a feature that would have been added to CF2018. Was that based on someone from Adobe telling
Comment on Is Adobe ColdFusion (2018 release) backward-compatible with previously released versions of ColdFusion? by Charlie Arehart