Andrew Clarke

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Andrew Clarke

Entries Tagged as ColdFusion

New CFScaffold release: 201100510

May 10, 2011 · 4 Comments

I've released an updated version of CFScaffold, as well as updated examples at http://www.clarke.ca/cfscaffold/examples.

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4 CommentsTags: CFScaffold · ColdFusion · Hibernate · ORM · Railo

Lock down ColdFusion Administrator in multi-instance mode

May 02, 2011 · 6 Comments

Here's a way of locking down and security access to your ColdFusion Administrator, if you're running ColdFusion Enterprise multi-instance.

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6 CommentsTags: ColdFusion

A workaround for "ids for this class must be manually assigned before calling save()"

January 12, 2011 · 4 Comments

Here's a workaround to getting an "org.hibernate.id.IdentifierGenerationException: ids for this class must be manually assigned before calling save()" error in ColdFusion 9.  This happens when you try to create an ORM object in your Microsoft SQL Server database to a table that is using a uniqueidentifier primary key.

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4 CommentsTags: ColdFusion · ORM

CFScaffold: Zero-config ORM CRUD Scaffolding for CFML

January 04, 2011 · 4 Comments

CFScaffold is a drop-in, zero configuration CRUD/scaffolding tool for CFML.  It reads the metadata in your ORM objects and uses this information to create list/create/read/update/delete capability for all of your objects.  CFScaffold is available as a free open source download.

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4 CommentsTags: CFScaffold · ColdFusion · Hibernate · ORM · Railo

Amazon AWS Route 53 ColdFusion components

December 07, 2010 · 3 Comments

I've made some ColdFusion components that will allow you to access Amazon's Route 53 DNS application.

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3 CommentsTags: Amazon AWS · ColdFusion · Railo · Route 53

Six reasons to use Railo

November 15, 2010 · 2 Comments

Railo is an open source CFML engine.  It's mostly compatible with Adobe ColdFusion 9, and has a few tricks of its own that even Adobe ColdFusion can't match.  I've migrated a couple clients to Railo, and have been very impressed with its capabilities.  If you're interested in learning how your business might benefit from adopting Railo, please let me know.

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2 CommentsTags: ColdFusion · Railo