Questions tagged [coldfusion]

ColdFusion is a rapid web application development platform that was originally designed to make it easier to connect simple HTML pages to a database.

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Building a rest api layer on top of a soap webservice

We want to build a rest api layer on top of a soap webservice. Our current situation is that we have a coldfusion application that talks with the webservice, both running on different servers. The ...
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Best practices/policies regarding encoding of files accepted for processing?

We have a contact import process we wrote a long time ago that takes a csv file and pulls the data into a database, based on various options and column possibilities. Customers can supply files to us ...
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Where to store automated transactional email templates

Our website needs to send transactional emails to customers each time an event happens on the site such as: User registration Email verification Password resets Order confirmations Despatch ...
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Source control utilizing single, remote development server, with “local repository” not on dev's machine

We have a small team currently working on numerous projects. We originally started out as a two person team and jumped in head first without any kind of source control. We currently break numerous ...
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Controller technique with request data in session

I am trying to find out the best possible way to save the POST data in session and making it available in different page requests. For example at website's homepage I have a Search form with ...
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Auto Transaction Failsafe's, Third Party API's, Coldfusion Schedule Files

I have an automated invoicing web app and I'm trying to build in some failsafes and a structure that will, under no circumstance, allow an invoice to be double charged. All things working perfectly, ...
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Auto Transaction Failsafe's, Coldfusion Schedule Files [duplicate]

I have an automated invoicing web app and I'm trying to build in some failsafes and a structure that will, under no circumstance, allow an invoice to be double charged. All things working perfectly, ...
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Design pattern advice required for sending xml files to different destinations

I am using an Export Module, now I want to extend it for different connections. I have a database which contains products Its Description, Review, Images etc. I use the serialize function to save it ...
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Design suggestion required to create an Export plugin

I am trying to create Export Module for our application, this seems to me a bit complex so I am posting it here to get some guide lines. In our database we have a list of Products, which can be ...
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Is there a design pattern or technique in Coldufsion/Java for serializing objects differently depending on customer's desires?

I have data available in the form of Structs and Arrays. I need some design pattern advice, which I can use to model this situation into corresponding Coldfusion Components. Here is the data ...
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How are you using CFThread in ColdFusion Applications? [closed]

I'm presenting on Concurrency in ColdFusion at CFObjective this year, and I'd like to hear how you're using CFThread in your ColdFusion applications. In addition, what problems have you had while ...
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SQL injection attacks, how do I test and secure coldfusion queries?

I'm running Coldfusion 8 and SQL server 2008. I've been building serveral forms that insert data into the database from external users, we have a custom built security module built by the guy who I'...
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How can I move from Java and ColdFusion to Ruby on Rails? [closed]

Currently I work with ColdFusion 9+ and some Java in a Windows environment. Prior to ColdFusion, my background was in Java and JSP. I'm considering a move towards Ruby on Rails, as I think it would ...