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I was moved into a project which uses Cold fusion. cfm pages looks like jsp pages. But i am not able to get a clear idea of cold fusion. Can you throw some idea reg cold fusion. I am from J2EE back ground. Any idea where cold fusion fits in j2ee terms.. whether it is a web server or web client or scripting lang. please clarify.
 
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I have used ColdFusion about five years ago and I am not sure if it has changed till now. ColdFusion pages are written in CFML - "Cold Fusion Markup Language". A CFM page might look similar to HTML, but all the conditions / logic are written using specific tags and I guess the pages are compiled by the CF engine (?) just like JSP pages. (Not very sure about this!)

I remember it was easy to use, hopefully a quick look at the reference manual should solve your problem.
 
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Anjana,

I have worked with Coldfusion 7 the latest version it in a multimedia project,

AS Mandar said it uses CFML as the base, but the CF now and the one Madar has been quoting has lots of difference, the current COLDFusion fits exactly into
J2EE Container Architecture and it works good with J2EE principles,

For further help u can refer to the site of Ben Forta (The Guru of Coldfusion) and also Adobe Site (Formerly Macromedia) www.macromedia.com


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Originally posted by Anjana Ravindran:
I was moved into a project which uses Cold fusion.



That's awesome! I'd have thought that cold-fusion was decades away, but to hear that its being used as a viable energy source today is so gratifying! Oh, wait, you mean that web-thing. Forget it. :-)
 
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