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COLD FUSION & CFML 7
CFOUTPUT

Perhaps the core ColdFusion tag, CFOUTPUT lets you actually change the document from static HTML to a page that produces dynamic output:

<HTML> <BODY> <CFOUTPUT>Your IP address appears to be #CGI.Remote_Addr#</CFOUTPUT> </BODY> </HTML>

Output:

Your IP address appears to be 10.1.5.17
Configuring the Macromedia ColdFusion MX built-in web server

Macromedia ColdFusion MX includes a built-in web server. This article describes how to configure it for use in your application.

Note: Although you can use the ColdFusion MX built-in web server for developing, testing, and debugging ColdFusion applications, Macromedia does not recommend that you use it for deployment

CF QUERY

Probably the second most used ColdFusion tag after <CFOUTPUT>, <CFQUERY> allows you to send any database query to a DBMS query engine. The main attributes are DataSource and Name. The name is used to name the result set to facilitate use of the results later in the template. As a matter of style, I preface all queries with the letter "q".

To run the query from the last section:
<CFQUERY Name="qCustomers" DataSource="#DataSource#"> SELECT * FROM Customers WHERE CustomerName = 'Bob Smith' </CFQUERY>

How Can I Throttle Down CFMAIL's Speed

Several years ago we introduced one of our favorite tools, the mail trickler, which was used to fight off some of the problems ColdFusion had (back when it was made by Allaire and called Cold Fusion) with sending large volumes of mail on a shared server.

In 2004 ColdFusion MX, now a product of Macromedia, had largely eliminated those problems, but we found the mail trickler was still useful for entirely different reasons, so we kept it around and described how we beefed it up, adding a very necessary failover capability.

Managing Session-Aware Clusters

Among the many features provided by Macromedia's Web server clustering solution, ClusterCATS provides a feature called session-awareness. Session-awareness ensures that when a session begins on a particular clustered Web server, it will remain on that server until it is complete.

ClusterCATS load balancing will not threaten to move any session from a particular server in a session-aware or sticky cluster to a different server in that cluster. Subsequent inbound sessions are prone to redirection based on intervention queued by the intelligent decisions of the clustered server's load-balancing algorithm. This algorithm works together with load information provided by the rest of the clustered servers

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