Entries Tagged as "CFML"

CFUG-NL meeting with Gert Franz and Bilal Soylu - 2 top-notch speakers in one evening!

My day couldn't be better... First thanks to Bilal Soylu, who told me a while back he would be kind-of-nearby The Netherlands in May 2014, and he was willing to do one of his always-awesome presentations! Bam, new CFUG-NL meeting planned for may 28, 2014.

And today I am chatting with Gert Franz, and the word CFUG drops. "I should come around once to do a presentation", Gert said. "You wouldn't happen to be in the vicinity around the 28th?" I replied. And bada-bing bada-boom, now we've got a super-awesome dual presentation evening!

If you're in The Netherlands may 28, 2014, then do come and check this evening out!

Notice in Dutch on www.cfug.nl, "Surprise!" :

Surprise! Gert Franz, CEO en boegbeeld van Railo, komt óók een presentatie geven! Dit wordt een avond om niet snel te vergeten, met 2 topsprekers op 1 avond!
Gert's presentatie Railo 5.0 and beyond kreeg vele lovende kritieken tijdens CF.Objective 2014, "it's just wow!". Dit is jouw kans om het zelf mee te maken!

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Coldfusion Usergroup NL meeting with Bilal Soylu - May 28 2014

I am part of the organizing commitee for the Dutch CFUG, and we finally got a new meeting! The 28th of may 2014, we will be honored to have Bilal Soylu present on Style, Standards, Sanity. You can read all about it at www.cfug.nl!

Come to Utrecht and join us in a great evening full of CFML :-D

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Find broken links in your cfml sourcecode

For a client which is migrating from a Windows environment to Linux, I needed to check if the source code contained broken links, due to case sensitivity on Linux. So I wrote this script, which goes through all your source files, and checks all links inside href="..." and src="..." to see if they exist.

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Calling inner class of a Java Class in Railo

Thanks to the Railo documentation on Github, I finally found the answer I was searching for...

Question: how to call an inner Java class of a Java class with Railo?

Answer: use a $ sign: createObject("java", "main.java.class$innerClass")

Long version: I was busy implementing the javaEWSApi (MS Exchange Web Services API) into a new mobile project, but got stuck on getting the unread-count for the user’s Inbox. An example online showed ...

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Railo Log analyzer bugfix update: v2.2.0

For anyone using the Railo log analyzer, there is an update out!

Update 2.2.0 contains:

  • Added View option, to view the log file inline in the admin.
  • Fixed a bug with Railo 4.0.x, which prevented the display of log files. Reason: cfdirectory filter attribute doesn't respect pipe character as delimiter anymore.
  • Updated the styling, so tables and other layout looks normal again.

Check the Log analyzer page for more details, or go to the Railo extension store.

 

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