> OK so a good customer of long standing wants a coldfusion website.
> Some "developer", the husband of one of his staff (so that 
> makes him a trusted advisor, right?), has convinced him "it's 
> the only way to do it".
> My position is maybe that's the only way -he- can do it but 
> there's a whole wide world of alternatives out there.
> Looking at it, he wants to collect some data on an input 
> form, then hash it over a couple of ways and present the 
> results.  Pretty graphics maybe as well.  Looks to me like 
> Perl... don't even need a real database, heck DB_File would 
> work just fine for this.
> OK with me...
> ...but what's the argument to present other than "you don't 
> need coldfusion"?
> I'd even put CF on the system and be done with it if there 
> was a FreeBSD version (anyone have any luck with that?).  
> Tracked down BlueDragon but that's apparently Win only as well.
> Ammunition wanted.
> Thanks
> Glenn.

Check Blue Dragon Server, it works like CF, there is a free version as well.


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