Adobe ColdFusion 9 Standard Edition Software (Upgrade from ColdFusion 7/8)

Adobe ColdFusion 9 Standard Edition Software (Upgrade from ColdFusion 7/8)

Adobe ColdFusion 9 Standard Edition Software (Upgrade from ColdFusion 7/8)

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Adobe ColdFusion 9 Standard Edition Software (Upgrade from ColdFusion 7/8)

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  • Web Application Development
  • Windows, Mac, Linux, Solaris, & AIX (RS/6000) Compatibility

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The ColdFusion 9 Standard Edition Software from Adobe is a web development application that allows you to build and deploy enterprise-ready Internet applications. You'll be able to condense complex business logic into fewer lines of code, speeding development time. ColdFusion integrates with the Adobe Flash platform to help you build rich Internet applications (RIAs) from client to server.

You must own one of the following to be eligible for this upgrade: Adobe ColdFusion 7, Adobe ColdFusion 8

Develop and Manage Applications More Quickly and Easily

Server Manager
Save time by simultaneously performing administrative tasks across multiple servers from one central console. You can create data sources, schedule tasks, apply hot fixes, clear caches, and compare settings across a cluster of ColdFusion servers
Tight Integration with ColdFusion Builder
Leverage the power of Adobe ColdFusion Builder software, a highly customizable, Eclipse based IDE that enables developers to build ColdFusion applications faster than ever before
Object-Relational Mapping
Build database-independent applications using object-relational mapping (ORM) based on the open source Hibernate library. Save time and manage database logic and connectivity without writing any SQL. Use the ORM Application Wizard in ColdFusion Builder to generate ColdFusion components (CFCs) for logic and connectivity without a single line of code
Enhanced Caching
Improve application performance by caching portions of pages with infrequently updated data. Using the CFCACHE tag, you can cache objects or fragments of a page, specify a caching algorithm, and select disk- or memory-based caching
CFC and CFML Improvements
Save time and improve performance and error handling with several updates to CFCs and CFML, including the onServerStart() method, nested CFTRANSACTIONS, local variable scope, and implicit getters and setters
Work faster with new support for CFSCRIPT, including full function, component, and interface definition
Virtual File System Support
Build applications requiring fewer I/O calls with the new Virtual File System. Dynamically generate CFM files and execute them directly from memory
Enhanced PDF Functionality
Reduce required code by adding images to PDF files directly within the CFPDF tag. Brand and protect files by easily adding watermarks, headers, and footers to your PDF files
Instance-Based Licensing
Now take your ColdFusion applications to the cloud with new instance-based licensing in ColdFusion 9. In addition to your physical deployment, install ColdFusion 9 on up to 10 virtual instances in the cloud environment of your choice
Server Monitor
Improve usability through greater visibility into internal application performance. By providing information about the server -- including requests, queries, memory usage, and errors -- the Server Monitor and Multiserver Monitor allow you to troubleshoot and fine-tune applications in development and production. Set alerts and other actions to help prevent memory problems, slow pages, or other performance issues
Application-Specific Settings
Build more secure applications by separating application resources on the same ColdFusion server. ColdFusion 9 allows you to set ColdFusion mappings and custom tag paths on a per-application basis
Improve application performance through more granular control of application threads. The CFTHREAD tag allows you to create, end, join together, or temporarily suspend the processing of specific ColdFusion threads
Image Manipulation
Improve performance by minimizing I/O calls related to images. Leverage more than 50 CFML tags and functions for creating and manipulating images. For example, the CFIMAGE tag provides shortcuts to the most common image actions, including reading, writing, resizing, rotating, and converting images
Presentations on Demand
Keep online presentations current by dynamically populating them with the latest available data. Create high-quality, on-demand presentations and eLearning courses with animation, audio, and video that are dynamically generated on the server with up-to-the-minute data and content from multiple external sources
Atom and RSS Feeds
Easily create and read Atom and RSS feeds with less code. The CFFEED tag can read and create RSS and Atom feeds in commonly used formats, so you can quickly and easily create complex content syndication applications
ZIP and JAR File Features
Easily access and manipulate ZIP and JAR files with less code. Use the CFZIP and CFZIPPARAM tags, so you can manipulate ZIP and JAR files for working with file archives
User-Based Administrator and RDS Access
Improve application security by restricting access to the ColdFusion server. Create multiple ColdFusion Administrator and Remote Development Services (RDS) accounts with individual permissions. Permissions determine which pages and functions are accessible in the ColdFusion Administrator and the Administrator API
File Manipulation Functions
Improve performance by breaking apart intensive I/O tasks with several file manipulation functions in CFML. For example, read and write large files in defined segments, rather than in a single operation
Strong Encryption Libraries
Improve the security of your applications with the RSA BSAFE Crypto-J libraries in ColdFusion, which provide FIPS 140-certified strong encryption
Database Interaction Improvements
Reduce required code by using stored procedures. The DBINFO tag allows you to programmatically access information about a data source, create stored procedures and queries using CFQUERYPARAM to be cached, and much more
JavaScript Operators in CFML
Reduce required keystrokes by leveraging common JavaScript operators such as ++, ==, ||, <, and > within CFML expressions
Argument Collections
Accelerate development by easily coding tags with many attributes. Specify an argumentsCollection attribute in most tags to specify the tag's attributes in a single structure
Array and Structure Creation
Reduce required keystrokes by creating arrays and structures implicitly in assignment statements without using the ArrayNew or StructNew functions

Rapidly Build Rich Interfaces for New and Existing ColdFusion Applications

Enhanced Adobe Flash Platform Integration
Take advantage of faster Flash Remoting to increase application performance. Use ColdFusion as a Service to speed up RIA development by easily accessing many existing enterprise services via AMF without writing a single line of CFML
Adobe AIR Local/Remote Database Synchronization
Offer users applications with online/offline capability featuring reliable data management. Using SQLLite in the client and ORM on the server, ColdFusion 9 automatically manages conflict resolution and data synchronization between the client and server when your application comes back online
Embedded BlazeDS
Offer users more fluid data interaction and real-time application feedback. Integration of open source BlazeDS in ColdFusion 9 allows you to manage back-end distributed data and push data in real time to Adobe Flex and Adobe AIR applications
New Ajax Controls
Build more compelling and intuitive applications with a broader set of Ajax controls that leverage the new Ext JS 3.0 library via CFML tags and attributes. New controls include mapping, multimedia player, multifile upload, accordion navigation, progress indicator, confirmations, alerts, buttons, and sliders
ColdFusion as a Service
Leverage the power of ColdFusion enterprise services via AMF or SOAP without writing a single line of CFML. These services include CFCHART, CFDOCUMENT, CFIMAGE, CFMAIL, CFPDF, and CFPOP. Additionally, make your application more secure by sandboxing these services to prevent access by unknown applications

Integrate ColdFusion Applications with Enterprise Technologies

Apache Solr Search Integration
Offer users more robust and cost-effective document search capability. ColdFusion 9 adds support in the CFCOLLECTION tag for the open source search server Apache Solr, which allows indexing of an unlimited number of documents for access via the CFSEARCH tag
Microsoft Office SharePoint Integration
Expose data from Microsoft Office SharePoint web services to a ColdFusion application with the new CFSHAREPOINT tag. Additionally, use the single sign-on capability in SharePoint to display a ColdFusion application as a web part within a SharePoint site without requiring users to reenter their credentials
Office File Interoperability
Automatically generate office documents for reporting, decision making, and presentations. Read, create, and update spreadsheets using the new CFSPREADSHEET tag. Automatically generate PDF files from Microsoft PowerPoint and Word files. Dynamically produce presentations in HTML or SWF from PowerPoint presentations directly on the server
Built-In Support for Portlet Standards
Expose all enterprise applications, including ColdFusion applications, in one integrated portal. ColdFusion 9 allows you to define a ColdFusion component as a portlet. This includes support for Java Portlet Specifications JSR 168 and JSR 286
IMAP Support
Simplify e-mail management with the new CFIMAP tag, which allows you to easily connect to any IMAP server and manage e-mail
.NET Integration
Build a hub application for all enterprise resources by leveraging .NET objects from other applications. Specify any .NET object -- either local or remote -- and use it in your ColdFusion application, just like any Java or other object resource
Microsoft Exchange Server Integration
Build a hub application for enterprise personnel by including enterprise messaging, calendaring, a contact list, and task management. Programmatically access Exchange Server functionality within your ColdFusion application with easy-to-use tags
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System Requirements Windows
Computer: Intel Pentium 4, AMD Athlon
Operating System: Microsoft Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 or 2; Windows Server 2003 R2 (Web, Standard, or Enterprise Edition); Windows Server 2008 (Web, Standard, or Enterprise Edition) with Service Pack 2; Windows Server 2008 R2 (Web, Standard, or Enterprise Edition); Windows XP Professional or Home Edition; Windows Vista (Business , Ultimate, or Enterprise) with Service Pack 2; Windows 7 (Professional, Ultimate, or Enterprise)
Memory: 512MB (1GB recommended)
Hard Drive: 500MB
Hardware: DVD-ROM drive

Computer: Intel Mac
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.5, 10.6
Memory: 512MB (1GB recommended)
Hard Drive: 500MB
Hardware: DVD-ROM drive

Computer: Intel Pentium 4, AMD Athlon
Operating System: Red Hat Linux 5; SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10.3; openSUSE 11.1; Ubuntu 9.04
Memory: 512MB (1GB recommended)
Hard Drive: 500MB
Hardware: DVD-ROM drive

Computer: SPARC
Operating System: Solaris 9, 10
Memory: 512MB (1GB recommended)
Hard Drive: 500MB
Hardware: DVD-ROM drive

AIX (RS/6000)
Computer: POWER3, POWER4
Operating System: IBM AIX 5.3, 6.1
Memory: 512MB (1GB recommended)
Hard Drive: 500MB
Hardware: DVD-ROM drive

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