2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 20, 2014 7:53 AM by Dale Roberts

    Two related questions:  ColdFusion 10/Java applications and J2EE supported servers

    spellbmw

      I have two related questions:

       

      1.  CF10 and integration with Java Web applications


      We have a couple of Java applications running on JRun and interfacing with CF9 applications.  The JRun clusters were created through the JRun Admin and, apart from lack of Axis 2.0 support, have served us well for years now.  And, as would be the case, the ColdFusion9/Java/Flash application is a critical public-facing application that the business uses for bidding on projects.

       

      It appears that with ColdFusion 10 on Tomcat, we will not be able to run those Java applications on a Tomcat-CF10 JVM cluster.  Is this correct?  IF so, what are our options? 

       

      2.  J2EE Application Servers supported by Adobe for CF10


      Which of these is correct?

       

      A.  This URL (http://www.adobe.com/products/coldfusion-enterprise/faq.html) states "ColdFusion 10 supports IBM® WebSphere, Oracle® WebLogic, Adobe JRun, Apache Tomcat, and JBoss."

       

      B.  This URL (http://wwwimages.adobe.com/www.adobe.com/content/dam/Adobe/en/products/coldfusion/pdfs/cf1 0/coldfusion10-support-matrix.pdf) states:

       

      "J2EE application servers: WebLogic Server 10.3, 11.1, WebSphere Application Server 7, ND 7 JBoss 5.1, 6.0, 7.1.0"

       

      I *think* "A" above is wrong re. support for Adobe JRun.  It does not specify a version of Apache Tomcat unless it is simply referring to the custom version the comes with CF10.

      Option "B" above shows no support of Adobe JRun or 'standard' Apache Tomcat.

       

      Thanks,

      Scott