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Comment on ColdFusion and Java 8 and Java 11 Updates by Priyank Shrivastava
Comment on Coldfusion 10 on Windows10 by Priyank Shrivastava
Comment on How to use Performance Management Tools by Priyank Shrivastava
Comment on Is there a way to turn off enterprise features off on developer edition? by Priyank Shrivastava
Comment on Unable to change Administrator password for user by Priyank S.
Comment on poor error handling when neo-cron.xml is corrupted or truncated by Priyank S.
Comment on Guide to configure JNDI datasource in ColdFusion by Priyank Shrivastava
Comment on Is there a way to turn off enterprise features off on developer edition? by Priyank Shrivastava
5341379 CF-4204012 DENNIS F. This was resolved. Thanks to Priyank Shrivastava for providing the following java jvm argument: -Duser.timezone=NewYork
2612637 CF-3486968 External U. On Feb, 12, 2014 at about 2:20PM EST. I called in to the Platinum Support line 1-866-335-2256 for an update. I spoke to Priyank. He said he will contact his manager and the database team to see if they can provide me with an estimated time for a fix to be provided. He
Charlie Arehart Priyank, if this ends up working, can you clarify what this is about? For instance, is it a known issue? On some CF versions or updates? Or with some Java versions or updates? And does the fact that removing those makes it "work" in some scenarios mean that some later change would
2608435 CF-4094858 External U. I have just been notified by Priyank Shrivastava that this is now being called a "feature enhancement so it can only be fix in future release." Is this true??? Severely disappointed in Adobe for playing word games to avoid fixing what they have already acknowledged
4321417 CF-4202428 Bradley W. This ticket is not a duplicate of anything. There still is no documentation for the add in installers specifically (not talking about the main CF installers here). I believe this ticket was closed by mistake. Priyank looked for me and said that this ticket
Charlie Arehart I've learned today that there is yet another bug in the PMT causing a negative impact on CF (indeed cfquery) processing. See the thread on the problem, and the reply from Priyank of Adobe pointing out that the problem seems due to the PMT, at 
Priyank Shrivastava Connection String for ColdFusion (using Oracle advanced Security) Oracle has introduced a new security feature, Oracle Advanced security, for Oracle databases. This feature provides better data encryption other advanced security features to secure user data. For more details
Charlie Arehart Interesting, Priyank. Can you offer a sentence or two about what scenarios may lead one to want to do this? Is there some benefit to using a JNDI-defined datasource, where a CF-provided one (or the "other JDBC" option) won't work for folks? I just ask because I'd hate to see some
Charlie Arehart This challenge Chris raises has always been the case for CF, and is indeed an unfortunate situation in some cases. (FWIW, it's true with sql server's developer edition, also.) Priyank, I'm not sure if you meant to say what you did. He doesn't want you to "suppress the settings
Charlie Arehart

Priyank, I’m not sure if you’re proposing the solution I am suggesting. If you mean that you’d ask the dev team to “mention in the CF Admin” when *some feature* was Enterprise-only, that is not what we were talking about (and it's not enough).

For instance

3411380 CF-4199503 File Management : CFFile Priyank Shrivastava fileUpload needs the continueOnError property Currently if you want to upload a file in script syntax and check errors you have to try-catch the fileUpload() method. This causes a few problems, including but not limited
of the cfcompile.bat that Kam and Priyank were referring to. It would not be a surprise that the same problem was in the .sh.
  • To that point, Priyank, you had mentioned having opened a ticket about this. Can you share the ticket number with us? or is it an internal-only one? Did you mention both the .bat
  • Priyank Shrivastava Guide to configure JNDI datasource in ColdFusion Here’s a guide to show you how to configure JNDI datasource in ColdFusion 2018. 1. Get the JDBC Driver The JDBC Driver needs to be placed in ColdFusion2018/cfusion/lib folder. 2. context.xml configuration Add a resource block
    how too =D): ----------- Product Management, Program Management, Marketing, and Business Team Tridib Roy Chowdhury, Senior Director of Products Ashish Garg, Director, Engineering Rakshith Naresh, Product Manager Rakshith Naresh, Product Manager Priyank Shrivastava, Director of Marketing Kishore