[cfaussie] Re: Q: BlueDragon

2006-02-21 Thread Charlie Arehart
Jeremy, M@'s right. The BD Interest list really is the best place to discuss this: http://www.newatlanta.com/products/bluedragon/self_help/archive_search/index.cfm For one reason, it's staffed by our engineers and many enthusiastic customers who all love to help solve any such problems.

[cfaussie] Re: Site-wide Error Handler

2006-03-14 Thread Charlie Arehart
Toward Better Error Handling - Part 4 (Page-Level Error Handling) http://www.sys-con.com/story/?storyid=41772DE=1 Hope some of that's helpful. Charlie Arehart CTO, New Atlanta Communications, makers of BlueDragon (678) 256-5395 [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.newatlanta.com/bluedragon/ -Original

[cfaussie] Pausing CFML (Was RE: [cfaussie] Re: CFEXECUTE .bat files)

2006-03-15 Thread Charlie Arehart
-code.html I'll point out as well that after I joined New Atlanta, I got us to add a CFPAUSE tag (CFPAUSE Interval=x). Charlie Arehart CTO, New Atlanta Communications, makers of BlueDragon (678) 256-5395 [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.newatlanta.com/bluedragon/ -Original Message- From: cfaussie

[cfaussie] Re: Web server level authentication

2006-04-07 Thread Charlie Arehart
Ryan, if youre just asking for how to determine the identity of the authenticated user, check out cgi.auth_user (and the related cgi.auth_type). Or are you asking something else? (Even reading the replies since this original note, Id rather ask than guess.) /Charlie

[cfaussie] Re: OT: apache error - why not several hosts?

2006-04-24 Thread Charlie Arehart
Well, just to be clear, when you say you have 42 sites running under the root, you still have only 1 web site in IIS, right? And your need was to create a new web site with its own docroot other than the one that all the others are under, right? That's specifically what this IISAdmin tool does

[cfaussie] Re: Post Long weekend brain fart

2006-05-02 Thread Charlie Arehart
Jeremy, if I'm understanding you, you could replace the loop with this: cfset IDs = valuelist(CChanges.CID) Does that work for you? /charlie -Original Message- From: cfaussie@googlegroups.com [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of cfgroupie Sent: Monday, May 01, 2006 9:31 PM To:

[cfaussie] Re: [OT] Flex2 Beta 3

2006-05-09 Thread Charlie Arehart
I think a lot of the reason we haven't "seen much" Flex/Flash work out there was the high cost for Flex (1). Flex 2's pricing model should help there quite a bit. There are still a lot of people under the impression that "flex will cost". It's not quite true. If you want to, you will be

[cfaussie] Re: swsoc.exe coldfusion ODBC process

2006-05-31 Thread Charlie Arehart
Yep, it's a real service. I have 7.1, not 6, but it's there in my task manager (though not the name of the EXE running for any of the CFMX main services, as far as I can see). The following, though from 2004, may still be of value:

[cfaussie] Re: CF7 Flashforms and Flash Remoting

2006-06-07 Thread Charlie Arehart
First things first: is /realestate the name of a server on your server? If not, that's your problem. (I'm not familiar with that demo app to know if that's hard-coded there or not). You'd need to change that to the name of your server where you have CFMX (and thus the /flashservices/gateway)

[cfaussie] Re: Currency conversion webservice

2006-06-07 Thread Charlie Arehart
Have you checked out those at xmethods.net? They're the classics used often by most getting started with (or demonstrating) web services. There are several there, especially if you take the link at the bottom of the page for "full list". /charlie From: cfaussie@googlegroups.com

[cfaussie] Re: Currency conversion webservice

2006-06-08 Thread Charlie Arehart
quot; VALUE="Australia"/ /CFINVOKE I'd appreciate any help with this. - Original Message - From: Charlie Arehart To: cfaussie@googlegroups.com Sent: Wednesday, June 07, 2006 10:56 PM Subject: [cfaussie] Re: Currency conversion webservice Have you checked

[cfaussie] Re: in praise of ColdFusion (and an OT Java question)

2006-06-15 Thread Charlie Arehart
Now we see why I said if I'm understanding your question correctly. :-) I just thought you wanted a more CFQUERY-like capability in Java. I certainly wasn't trying to suggest it was as good or better than CFQUERY. :-) Good luck in your search. /charlie -Original Message- From:

[cfaussie] Re: in praise of ColdFusion (and an OT Java question)

2006-06-15 Thread Charlie Arehart
someone else had written! (PS: Dale: Amen to that - but I am only a small voice in the crowd) On 6/15/06, Charlie Arehart [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Barry, if I'm understanding your question correctly, have you looked at the JSTL (JSP Standard Tag Library)? It makes JSP look a lot more like

[cfaussie] Re: ZeroOne and Adobe Australia/Pacific: Developer Community talks via Breeze

2006-06-16 Thread Charlie Arehart
As for CF/Java integration, f you want to get a head start on that class, and get pointers to resources to learn more, see a CFDJ article I did last year: Getting Started Integrating CFML with Java .NET http://coldfusion.sys-con.com/read/86127.htm Hope that helps. See also the chapter on Java

[cfaussie] Re: OT: - .NET sucking the life out of me

2006-07-04 Thread Charlie Arehart
Well, yes, Jeremy, in fact I was asleep when your note came in. :-) I had just turned in after writing my note. As he noticed, I'm on the east coast of the US (Atlanta) and it was around midnite our time, mid-day your time. Now most of you good little Wallabies are tucked in and I can have a go

[cfaussie] Re: OT: - .NET sucking the life out of me

2006-07-04 Thread Charlie Arehart
Shane, that must have been over a year ago that you found BD.NET to be in beta. It has long been in production use by many companies now, not the least of which is Myspace, which many know was a CF5 site that was gasping until they decided to move to .NET and found BD.NET a great way to make

[cfaussie] Re: CFLOCATION Issue

2006-07-26 Thread Charlie Arehart
Are the client browsers both within the same network? If not, one could be going through a proxy that may be having a problem honoring the redirect that the CFLOCATION causes (some think CFLOCATION sends the users from one page to another on the server, but instead it causes the server to tell

[cfaussie] Re: CFLOCATION Issue

2006-07-26 Thread Charlie Arehart
of a sudden there were no more issues. Probably irrelevant to most of us but its worth taking note, just for anyone thinking of installing jrun updater 6 on a windows 2003 server. Joel -Original Message- From: cfaussie@googlegroups.com [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Charlie Arehart Sent

[cfaussie] Re: Changing HTTP responses

2006-07-27 Thread Charlie Arehart
What web server are you using? There are ways in both IIS (and even easier in Apache) to handle this in the web server. Some resources: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/1.3/misc/rewriteguide.html http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;313074sd=tech Hope that helps. /charlie

[cfaussie] Re: StructInsert Problem

2006-08-06 Thread Charlie Arehart
Are you assuming that the query is returning a single record? If it does not, then because your creation of the array and struct are outside the loop, you *will* get duplicates simply because you already have a value from the previous record. If you want to make it so you never process more

[cfaussie] Re: Chart Library

2006-08-08 Thread Charlie Arehart
Yes, that would surprise me, too. Can you tell us where you found the designer within CF's directories? /charlie http://www.carehart.org/blog/ -Original Message- From: cfaussie@googlegroups.com [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Chris Velevitch Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2006 4:27

[cfaussie] Re: CF vs ...

2006-08-08 Thread Charlie Arehart
That's aGREAT takeaway--and indeed mantra--for us, Robin: Don't try to sell the CF Platform to business. Sell CF Solutions to business. /charlie http://www.carehart.org/blog/ From: cfaussie@googlegroups.com [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Robin HilliardSent: Tuesday, August

[cfaussie] Re: Chart Library

2006-08-08 Thread Charlie Arehart
they did give use. I'm not 100% sure if your supposed to use it, but you can. Regards Dale Fraser http://dale.fraser.id.au -Original Message- From: cfaussie@googlegroups.com [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Charlie Arehart Sent: Wednesday, 9 August 2006 12:47 AM To: cfaussie

[cfaussie] FW: [cfaussie] Re: StructInsert Problem

2006-08-15 Thread Charlie Arehart
Justin, did you ever resolve the problem you raised below? Did the suggestions help at all? Just thought I'd double-check in case you might have any useful news to share from your experience on this problem. /charlie http://www.carehart.org/blog/ From: cfaussie@googlegroups.com

[cfaussie] FW: [cfaussie] Re: FusionDebug Released

2006-08-15 Thread Charlie Arehart
Hey, Gary, yes, I will put up a hand and say I do remember the CFStudio debugging prior to CFMX and did get it to work. In fact, I used to give user group talks on it. There were issues, and times it didn't work. The bigger problem was simply that the feature was so hidden in Studio that

[cfaussie] Re: misunderstanding? RE: [cfaussie] Fullasagoog a waste of time.

2006-08-17 Thread Charlie Arehart
Thanks for that, Dale. And it's really interesting that all this should come up today, as literally just this morning as I woke up, I had an idea come to mind of creating a "blog of the day" kind of review mechanism. It could serve a similar purpose to your idea, Dale. Again, there are

[cfaussie] Re: Fullasagoog a waste of time.

2006-08-17 Thread Charlie Arehart
Great to hear, Geoff. Speaking of making it pay, have you thought of following Ray's lead in recognizing that while some will not pay cash, they will buy stuff off an Amazon wishlist. Not necessarily something for the company's benefit, but certainly for yours. I'll be very interested to see how

[cfaussie] Re: FW: [cfaussie] Re: FusionDebug Released

2006-08-17 Thread Charlie Arehart
Wow, they've been very responsive to me. Are you sending to the support address ([EMAIL PROTECTED])? If not, maybe there's another you found and they have a problem of getting email to that. (And they're human: even if you found what you use in someplace that they said to use it, it could just be

[cfaussie] Re: Fullasagoog a waste of time.

2006-08-17 Thread Charlie Arehart
Patrick, just as one example, my blog (which usesBlogCFC) does indeed send that "category" element, and it's based on the "category" I pick in my site. As I said in an earlier note, though, the categories I choose are based on my own presumption that people looking at my blog already know

[cfaussie] Re: CF Administrator - Whitespace Management

2006-08-18 Thread Charlie Arehart
Just a point of clarification, in case anyone missed it: Steveindicated that the problems he's seen aregenerally due to the swsoc.exe process. That's the ColdFusion MX ODBC Server service, which is there to process requests for ODBC datasources (which he said he was using for his Informix

[cfaussie] Re: DHTML Data Grid

2006-08-21 Thread Charlie Arehart
Do you want one integrated with CFML? Hal Helms just mentioned on last week's podcast how much he liked. I've asked him (by email) to confirm if this is what it means, but it looks very nice: http://www.cftagstore.com/tags/cfsortable.cfm Here's a nice demo:

[cfaussie] Re: Web Service Stub Wierdness

2006-08-23 Thread Charlie Arehart
Lest anyone just drop that code into the application.cfm, do be careful as Joel says at the end (and as later notes indicate how time-consuming this can be). Note that he suggests it for reloading the apps on first launch. While the new application.cfc has a method where you can put this code to

[cfaussie] Re: Bluedragon woes

2006-08-23 Thread Charlie Arehart
Yes, as Scott and M@ have said, the first thing to check is whether that feature (queryposition) is a new one in CF7. A quick look at the livedocs shows that it is (they have started identifying what release a given feature was introduced in, which is very helpful.) I hadn't noticed this one

[cfaussie] Re: Web Service Stub Wierdness

2006-08-23 Thread Charlie Arehart
, Charlie Arehart [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Lest anyone just drop that code into the application.cfm, do be careful as Joel says at the end (and as later notes indicate how time-consuming this can be). Note that he suggests it for reloading the apps on first launch. While the new application.cfc

[cfaussie] Re: Bluedragon woes

2006-08-23 Thread Charlie Arehart
aussie@googlegroups.comSubject: [cfaussie] Re: Bluedragon woes I notice over at mySpace I am starting to see: myspace.com/error.aspx?page=index.cfm But which made the error? From:"Charlie Arehart" [EMAIL PROTECTED]Reply-To:cfaussie@googlegroups.comTo:cfaussie@googlegroups

[cfaussie] Re: CF webservices - output parameters

2006-08-31 Thread Charlie Arehart
Drew, are you running on CF7, by chance? If so, there is a new getsoapresponse() function that may help. I don't know for sure, but it's worth checking out. Beyond that, you may also want to look into the underlying Apache Axis project upon which CF's (and BD's) web service interaction is

[cfaussie] Re: Looking for the workaround for flash/IE6

2006-09-10 Thread Charlie Arehart
There's also an entire section of the Adobe site with other solutions: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/activecontent/ As for searching to find such things, the key would be in using the term active content, since that's the term by which MS refers to the concept:

[cfaussie] Re: Looking for the workaround for flash/IE6

2006-09-10 Thread Charlie Arehart
No worries. I only dug into it myself for the first time a couple months ago, so I appreciate the challenge you faced. :-) /charlie http://www.carehart.org/blog/ -Original Message- From: cfaussie@googlegroups.com [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Mike Kear Sent: Monday, September

[cfaussie] Re: Why buy into CF?

2006-09-12 Thread Charlie Arehart
M@, are you referring to interactive step debugging? Or something else? I'd just not heard of any plans for Adobe to do step debugging, so just curious what you may have heard. In the meantime, for those interested, I have started a series of entries on the interactive step debugger from

[cfaussie] step debugging in CFML with FusionDebug (was RE: [cfaussie] Re: Why buy into CF?)

2006-09-13 Thread Charlie Arehart
Shane, you can indeed "attach a debugger" to CFMX (using Eclipse, as Haikal Saadh requested yesterday). That's exactly what FusionDebug is (fusiondebug.com). No, it's not free, but it's because as you hint CFMX is not "done like JSPs", so the company (Intergral) had to go through some

[cfaussie] Re: Why buy into CF?

2006-09-13 Thread Charlie Arehart
I don't want to sound like a broken record, but since it's unclear if Barry has seen or will see the note I'd sent an hour or so before his, I'll say again that there is indeed interactive step debugging for CFML now, in FusionDebug, albeit it's not from Adobe and it's not for free (though it is

[cfaussie] Re: CF MX7 server slows down and stops serving pages

2006-09-18 Thread Charlie Arehart
Or, are you analyzing your web server logs (or some tracking in your CF app) to monitor the traffic into your site? You could be experiencing a sudden change in bot visits, such as from search engine indexers. Many don't make the connection but since such tools don't preserve cookies sent by the

[cfaussie] Re: Effective Online Training development tools

2006-09-22 Thread Charlie Arehart
Also check out the upcoming Adobe Connect Present. http://www.adobe.com/products/presenter/ Sounds like it may do a lot of what you want. /charlie http://www.carehart.org/blog/ -Original Message- From: cfaussie@googlegroups.com [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Chris Velevitch

[cfaussie] Remotely attending? Recording the talk? (was RE: [cfaussie] REMINDER: CFUG QLD 6:30 pm, Tuesday, October 3 2006)

2006-10-02 Thread Charlie Arehart
Hi, Barry. Was just curious if you might be offering the opportunity for remote users to watch via Breeze? Even if the speaker is local, if you have a net connection, you can use Breeze to let others watch in. :-) Beyond that, you can also then record the presentation (even if you don't want to

[cfaussie] Re: Remotely attending? Recording the talk? (was RE: [cfaussie] REMINDER: CFUG QLD 6:30 pm, Tuesday, October 3 2006)

2006-10-02 Thread Charlie Arehart
Sure, all that makes sense. We've been miscommunicating a bit. On point 2, I wasn't proposing that folks watching a recorded presentation have remote attendees. Anyway, beyond your group I was also talking as much to the whole CFAussie list. Hope the suggestions and resources will be helpful.

[cfaussie] Re: Google Codesearch doesn't know about CF!

2006-10-05 Thread Charlie Arehart
know about CF! I'm sure you're not surprised to hear that Google CodeSearch has a Google Group: http://groups.google.com/group/Google-Code-Search Sign up and add your voice! B) Charlie Arehart wrote: That's the spirit. It's better to light one candle than to curse the darkness

[cfaussie] Re: cfdebugger

2006-10-05 Thread Charlie Arehart
FusionDebug: www.fusiondebug.com I'll also point out several blog entries I've done on it: http://carehart.org/blog/client/index.cfm/fusiondebug Besides entries on getting your started using it, and helping explain why you should, I also offer some tips and traps to save you heartache (as can

[cfaussie] Re: cfdebugger

2006-10-08 Thread Charlie Arehart
Jeremy, there are known instances where breakpoints may not fire. The good news is that it's not a bug in the product, but either simply a setup issue or CF optimizing the code such that the CFML source no longer exactly matches the underlying Java classes (not FD's problem, in other words). In

[cfaussie] Re: cfdebugger

2006-10-09 Thread Charlie Arehart
Right: when you're in the method itself you do have the info. I'll ask the guys about having access to it always (since if it's stored in a variable, it would seem it should be accessible to dig into as a struct or array). May be some challenge they can't overcome, though. Remember: they did all

[cfaussie] Re: cfdebugger

2006-10-11 Thread Charlie Arehart
Chris, I think you're looking at the wrong screen, mate. Are you expecting that to look like those in figures 2.1 and 5.1 in the User Guide? They are what it seems you're expecting, showing creation of an Eclipse debug configuration. The steps to get to that screen is in section 5 of the

[cfaussie] Re: FusionDebugger not breaking

2006-10-11 Thread Charlie Arehart
Chris, beside what Andrew has offered, there's a specific FAQ on the question you raised: http://www.fusion-reactor.com/fusiondebug/support-breakpointsDontFire.html http://www.fusion-reactor.com/fusiondebug/support.html#breakpoints4 I also point out some tips that are note listed there, which

[cfaussie] Re: Timely FusionDebugger support

2006-10-12 Thread Charlie Arehart
Yes, I'm glad to see that they did that. I was about to propose it myself. Now, I want to say something to them if they're reading this, and to you (since you said in an earlier note that you had read all the support articles and docs). This challenge with the default setup of multiple Jrun

[cfaussie] Re: webDU - I hope I can make it next year!

2006-10-12 Thread Charlie Arehart
Thanks for asking, Brett. :-) I would absolutely love to come. It's been 5 years since I was last there (honeymoon) and 10 since I lived there (in sunny Canberra). But I'm now an independent (which means no one to pay my way), so I have to weigh it carefully. I'm in Atlanta GA, so the airfare

[cfaussie] Re: CFC Explorer and Application.cfm

2006-10-15 Thread Charlie Arehart
Chris, did this response make sense for your situation? /charlie http://www.carehart.org/blog/ -Original Message- From: cfaussie@googlegroups.com [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Charlie Arehart Sent: Tuesday, October 10, 2006 11:56 AM To: cfaussie@googlegroups.com Subject

[cfaussie] Re: CFC Explorer and Application.cfm

2006-10-15 Thread Charlie Arehart
- From: cfaussie@googlegroups.com [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Chris Velevitch Sent: Monday, October 16, 2006 12:32 AM To: cfaussie@googlegroups.com Subject: [cfaussie] Re: CFC Explorer and Application.cfm On 10/16/06, Charlie Arehart [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Chris, did this response

[cfaussie] Re: CFC Explorer and Application.cfm

2006-10-16 Thread Charlie Arehart
? /charlie http://www.carehart.org/blog/ -Original Message- From: cfaussie@googlegroups.com [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Chris Velevitch Sent: Monday, October 16, 2006 1:06 AM To: cfaussie@googlegroups.com Subject: [cfaussie] Re: CFC Explorer and Application.cfm On 10/16/06, Charlie

[cfaussie] Re: CF 7 installation issues (uninstall CFMX 6.1)

2006-10-17 Thread Charlie Arehart
Well, if an uninstall doesn't work, here's a workaround: just go into the Windows "Services" panel (from "control paneladministrative tools") and a) stop the CF 6.1 instance and b) set its properties to "disabled" so that it no longer runs. Don't forget to turn off all services related to

[cfaussie] Re: Could our wishes really come true

2006-11-06 Thread Charlie Arehart
Just to clarify, BD grew out of a project (much like Smith in concept) in 1998, by a company in Scotland called n-ary (who remain partners in BD to this day). Back then they had grand plans of releasing it as an open source project as well, but the realized how big it was (and this was

[cfaussie] Re: Application scope problem

2006-11-17 Thread Charlie Arehart
Matthew said: I've just read this article (http://www.adobe.com/devnet/server_archive/articles/cf_locking_best_practic es.html) on locking read/write to application scoop, however the article seems old, is this still relevant? Note: the project I'm working on does not use application.cfc.

[cfaussie] Re: Application scope problem

2006-11-17 Thread Charlie Arehart
would stay the same. Shane On 11/18/06, Charlie Arehart [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Yes, that is indeed old news if you're on CFMX (6 or above). Here's a more updated version of the state of affairs regarding locking and shared scope variables: http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/knowledgebase

[cfaussie] Re: CFThread and CFJoin

2006-12-01 Thread Charlie Arehart
Yes, BD did have it first, but because they announced it before Scorpio was settled it seems a good chance it will be added. In the meantime, the mod offered by Damon certainly helps those who want to check out the concept and indeed use it now in CF 7.02. This reiterates a point I made many

[cfaussie] FCKEditor file browsing (was RE: [cfaussie] Re: Download Farcry)

2006-12-02 Thread Charlie Arehart
Peter, when you say you followed the wikipedia instructions, do you just mean the FCK wiki, at http://wiki.fckeditor.net/Developer's_Guide/Configuration/Built_in_File_Brow ser? And did you see there the link to more specific directions for CF folks, at http://wiki.fckeditor.net/ColdFusion? Just

[cfaussie] Re: FCKEditor file browsing (was RE: [cfaussie] Re: Download Farcry)

2006-12-02 Thread Charlie Arehart
OK, but are you saying you have tried the file browser test mentioned at the bottom of the CF page? /Charlie http://www.carehart.org/blog/ -Original Message- From: cfaussie@googlegroups.com [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Peter Tilbrook Sent: Saturday, December 02, 2006 5:14

[cfaussie] Re: FCKEditor file browsing (was RE: [cfaussie] Re: Download Farcry)

2006-12-03 Thread Charlie Arehart
Tilbrook Sent: Saturday, December 02, 2006 10:41 PM To: cfaussie@googlegroups.com Subject: [cfaussie] Re: FCKEditor file browsing (was RE: [cfaussie] Re: Download Farcry) Where is that exactly Charlie? (BD 7 sounds like it will be amazing also) On 03/12/06, Charlie Arehart [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: OK

[cfaussie] Re: FCKEditor file browsing (was RE: [cfaussie] Re: Download Farcry)

2006-12-03 Thread Charlie Arehart
I don't use or support the tool, if you're asking for my thoughts, Mike. I was just responding to Peter's request for help when I found what appeared to be a relevant post. It seems that it offers more than just that conclusion to problems one can have, and solutions. But if you're saying for

[cfaussie] Re: Is there such a thing as undocumented features now?

2006-12-06 Thread Charlie Arehart
I think you've got it right in your earlier conclusions, Steve. When it comes to using Java functionality from within CF, such as only undocumented from the perspective of a CF person learning about them from the CF docs. They're the same, real java methods available with any Java class and CF is

[cfaussie] Re: CFHTTP not playing a flash file IE6

2006-12-13 Thread Charlie Arehart
Murray, what do you really mean by cfhttp the page in Firefox (or IE)? Do you mean page a.cfm does a CFHTTP that calls page b.cfm, which includes HTML to show a Flash file? And you call page a.cfm from the browser? And what if you just call page b.cfm from the browser? Does that work

[cfaussie] Re: Cold Fusion Is Old Hat compared to php aps etc !!!!

2006-12-13 Thread Charlie Arehart
See this: World's Top Companies Use ColdFusion MX http://www.adobe.com/products/coldfusion/proven/ Also, Ben Forta has long maintained a list of shops using CF, and he offers a subset of highlighted ones (from which I imagine many of the above were drawn, yet offers still more):

[cfaussie] Re: Cold Fusion Is Old Hat compared to php aps etc !!!!

2006-12-13 Thread Charlie Arehart
Well, to be accurate, MySpace is not a CF site but it is a CFML site. It runs on BlueDragon, to be specific, BlueDragon.NET. That latter distinction is as important because since it's a .NET shop, you hear a lot of MS folks and fans saying proudly that it's a .NET shop. They don't mention

[cfaussie] Re: Form building/validating cf tools

2006-12-14 Thread Charlie Arehart
Thanks, Mike, but in case anyone has tried to just drop that XML CFFORM example into a CFML page, you'll have found that the references to personbean and qstates make it fail. :-) To save the trouble for all you good chooks just getting to work in OZ, here's a version that does work (creates a

[cfaussie] Re: Form building/validating cf tools

2006-12-14 Thread Charlie Arehart
For those folks, point them to Dreamweaver's ability to do so (as well as to build SQL queries, build CFCs, build calls to them and web services, and more). Yes, yes, many CF folks will raise all manner of complaints against Dreamweaver. That's not the point here. You've got vb type developers

[cfaussie] Re: List of certified developers?

2007-01-04 Thread Charlie Arehart
Folks, I did get info for you, both an explanation and a solution for at least some wanting to verify certs. First, it turns out that the Adobe side of the house had never posted names of folks getting certifications (for security and privacy reasons). As such, perhaps along with the hassles

[cfaussie] Re: Best practices - Error handling

2007-01-04 Thread Charlie Arehart
I won't call it best practices, or even current, but I'll point out that (for perhaps other's interest) I did an article in the Aug 2006 CFDJ, Errors in Your Code: Handling, debugging, and testing for them, which is available online (like all my articles) via links from:

[cfaussie] Re: List of certified developers?

2007-01-04 Thread Charlie Arehart
I don't know that it will be fruitful to start a discussion of the value of certs. That's been debated many times, and there are as many opinions. :-) But I do want to respond to the comment, But what would be the point if Adobe wont let anyone verify they're certified. Again, it's not that you

[cfaussie] Re: List of certified developers?

2007-01-04 Thread Charlie Arehart
Yes, that's what they're thinking of doing. The challenge was handling the people from the past. If they've not opted in to being contacted (which Adobe does ask), then Adobe is hard-pressed to contact them to ask that permission. This is what they alluded to in the call. And while doing it for

[cfaussie] Re: Vspider or jspider or something else

2007-01-10 Thread Charlie Arehart
Sure, no problem. I'd never used it so was just sharing it for your consideration. Given that you're reaching the end of your rope, I'll point out that BlueDragon has built-in spidering, via CFINDEX (and a new Type=WebSite) option. You could of course control scheduling using CFSCHEDULE (or the

[cfaussie] Re: Vspider or jspider or something else

2007-01-10 Thread Charlie Arehart
Well, the vspider utility is a command line tool. It's at C:\CFusionMX7\verity\k2\_nti40\bin\vspider.exe (or C:\CFusionMX\lib\_nti40\bin\vspider.exe). And CFEXECUTE can be used to call any command line tool. Are you asking for more than that? You can find more info on it at:

[cfaussie] Re: Vspider or jspider or something else

2007-01-10 Thread Charlie Arehart
Sorry. I'd just missed that. Hope it may help someone else in the future. Before you give up, is this a public site? Are you aware of the Google site search feature? That would be free. I blogged about it (from a slightly different perspective) at:

[cfaussie] Re: Webservice Confusion

2007-01-24 Thread Charlie Arehart
Dale, can you try calling the webservice using ?wsdlmethod=methodname? That works if the methodname takes no args, or if it takes simple args you can add them as parm1=parm1value. Does that give you a response? It may give clues. If you do it in a browser, be sure to do a view source to see the

[cfaussie] Re: Acrobat

2007-01-31 Thread Charlie Arehart
Well, still another alternative to LiveCycle (which may be too much for som) is the XPAAJ (XML/PDF Access API for Java) API that Adobe has created and sells, but is now free to licensed CF users. Ben discusses it and offers some sample code at this blog entry:

[cfaussie] Re: problem with fresh cfmx 7.0.2 install, 50% cpu load on jrun process

2007-02-06 Thread Charlie Arehart
Zac, I've never seen this. I run 7.02 on Windows (XP) as well, with a dual core Dell, 2 gig ram, IIS, etc. I've run both standalone and multi-server option. If you're really stuck for ideas, you may know all these but here are a few: You say you've stopped the services, but are you sure to have

[cfaussie] Re: Way To Many WOTs...

2007-02-08 Thread Charlie Arehart
I'll point out that our Atlanta CFUG list has just such a community list, and it's great for solving this very problem. When things get too out of control, folks just plead that it be taken to the community list. Since you're using Google Groups, I'd say someone should just create

[cfaussie] see you in March (was RE: [cfaussie] Re: Way To Many WOTs...)

2007-02-09 Thread Charlie Arehart
Aw, shucks, Peter. I put my pants on one leg at a time (or should I say, debug my code one line at a time) just like everyone else. :-) But thanks for the kind words. And I should say I look forward to meeting many of you in March at the WebDU event. I'll be there speaking, both with a general

[cfaussie] Re: Dreamweaver regular expressions

2007-02-13 Thread Charlie Arehart
Here's an interesting free (Windows only) alternative to better file searching. I wrote about it when I was at New Atlanta: http://bluedragon.blog-city.com/tool_tip_for_better_windows_file_searching_u se_agent_ransack.htm It even offers a means to build RegEx's by example (you fill in the

[cfaussie] Re: Dreamweaver regular expressions

2007-02-14 Thread Charlie Arehart
ransack there is a Test option. It doesn't work with the test phrase: INSERT INTO MY_TABLE_NAME WITH (NOLOCK) Oh well. Scott Thornton, Programmer Application Development Information Services and Telecommunications Hunter-New England Area Health Service p: +61 02 49213589 m: 0413800242 Charlie

[cfaussie] Re: 2007 National User Group Meeting

2007-02-18 Thread Charlie Arehart
Ah, then that would suggest that the date of the event is Wed *March* 21, right? The day before the WebDU event. :-) So it's not this coming week! In fact, it's the evening after the 4 separately priced workshop sessions that are also being held that day before (though I should note that only my

[cfaussie] Re: Query Parameter List in the Error Structure

2007-02-20 Thread Charlie Arehart
What version of CF are you using? In 7, there is the new RESULT attribute allowing you to name a variable which is a structure, and one of its keys is SQL and another is sqlparameters: CFQUERY NAME=demoq DATASOURCE=cfdocexamples result=test select * from employees where lastname =

[cfaussie] Re: Query Parameter List in the Error Structure

2007-02-20 Thread Charlie Arehart
OK, I've done a little digging and this works in CFMX 6 and 7: CFQUERY NAME=demoq DATASOURCE=cfdocexamples select * from employees where lastname = cfqueryparam value=smith cfsqltype=CF_SQL_VARCHAR /CFQUERY cfdump var=#demoq# cfset factory = createobject(java,

[cfaussie] Re: session only cookies with the cfapplication tag

2007-02-22 Thread Charlie Arehart
Duncan, I can't think of any security concern to note. As for your 3rd question, there is indeed a way to do it without this old trick. It's new as of CFMX 6, and involves the new J2EE sessions feature that's settable in the Admin console. That means it's for all apps on a server. It can't be

[cfaussie] Re: CFSearchEngine.com - A coldfusion (CFML) specific search engine

2007-02-22 Thread Charlie Arehart
Welcome to the CFAussie list, Jeff. :-) I don't see you having posted before, so will presume that you've just joined. And to add to his note about CF-based Google Custom Search Engines (CSEs), I'll point out that I had created one right around the same time he did, and we ended up sharing the

[cfaussie] Re: @#$!! queryparam

2007-03-01 Thread Charlie Arehart
Yes, as Scott later said, Andrew, you don't want to confuse caching of the query with what Duncan said, which was caching of the query plan. And as Scott clarified, you definitely don't want to spread the misconception that cfqueryparam is just for security. The value in query plan caching can

[cfaussie] Re: @#$!! queryparam

2007-03-01 Thread Charlie Arehart
Goodness, too many caches! Now you're talking about cached templates, Duncan. It sure seems to me that Andrew was referring to query caching, since he said, The query is only cached when you tell it to be cached and later mentioned storing data in shared scopes. And then of course Scott was

[cfaussie] Re: CFCENTRAL Still Show my Email

2007-03-02 Thread Charlie Arehart
This may be a good place to point out that there is a free service (mail-archive.com) which serves as a place to archive and provide search/web interface for mailing lists. Now, with cfaussie using googlegroups, one may ask, why bother, but I'm just answering the question that Steve may be asking:

[cfaussie] Why select * is bad (was RE: [cfaussie] Re: @#$!! Queryparam)

2007-03-02 Thread Charlie Arehart
So, are you saying that removing the select * does or does not solve the problem? I just want to know where this thread is crossing from solving your problem to discussing the broader issue of select *. I'm actually surprised to hear that you would ask for a spelling out of the reasons for why

[cfaussie] Re: CFQUERYPARAM was RE: [cfaussie] Re: @#$!! queryparam

2007-03-02 Thread Charlie Arehart
Andrew, I didn't say anything about SPs, nor did I (or would I) argue against them. In fact, there's nothing in my reply nor in your note I was replying to that discussed them. In my note to you (which I'll assume you are replying to here, since you didn't include it but I did offer two last

[cfaussie] Re: @#$!! queryparam

2007-03-02 Thread Charlie Arehart
Well, sure, like the point about Select * being bad when you select more than just the columns you need, so too is the benefit of CFQUERYPARAM (from its performance perspective) only valuable for databases that support bind variables (or what SQL Server calls parameterized queries). I'm sorry

[cfaussie] Re: @#$!! queryparam

2007-03-02 Thread Charlie Arehart
Again, this is going down the template cache and query cache routes, in trying to solve Duncan's problem with his CFQUERYPARAM error. Please do tell us, Duncan, if it's just the SELECT * or if indeed the problem remains even after that. But the points Andrew makes before are indeed often

[cfaussie] Re: Another CFQUERYPARAM peculiarity

2007-03-04 Thread Charlie Arehart
Mike, I'll take a shot, but first I want to admit I'm not sure I'm appreciating all the nuances of what you've put forth. Are you saying basically that your insert/update fails because it expects either a date or null for this dateapproved column? It's not clear, because you never refer to a

[cfaussie] Re: Another CFQUERYPARAM peculiarity

2007-03-05 Thread Charlie Arehart
[EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How about cfqueryparam value=#myDate# cfsqltype=cf_sql_datetime null=#not isDate(myDate)# / /Max On 3/5/07, Charlie Arehart [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Mike, I'll take a shot, but first I want to admit I'm not sure I'm appreciating all

[cfaussie] Re: CFQUERYPARAM was RE: [cfaussie] Re: @#$!! queryparam

2007-03-05 Thread Charlie Arehart
Message- From: cfaussie@googlegroups.com [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Charlie Arehart Sent: Saturday, 3 March 2007 3:44 AM To: cfaussie@googlegroups.com Subject: [cfaussie] Re: CFQUERYPARAM was RE: [cfaussie] Re: @#$!! queryparam Andrew, I didn't say anything about SPs, nor did I

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