I don't know about CF2016, but in CF10 and CF11, I don't believe there are any templates for testing with the sample databases. However, I believe that there are many online examples of code for use with those sample databases.
I just need one exemple, could you point me? I can't find any
hmmmmm... seams you didn't understood what I need...
I know how to use cfquery and can find several exemples of that, what I need is a full application working because I want an Application.cfm working with the best configs available.
Yes, I found few examples of Application.cfm but all the info are vague, and many stuff have only the options available but not what they really mean... that's why I asked for a FULL app working.
Builder generates a Application.cfm? Never worked with Builder, on the time I used to work with CF such thing doesn't exist.
I just want a FULL APP running, that's all...
This is very common in almost software available, very weird that CF doesn't have at least one working exemple...
To my knowledge, no "example" apps are available from Adobe. However, if you look at many of the popular ColdFusion frameworks (FW/1, ColdBox, CFWheels, etc.), they often come with sample applications to demonstrate their functionality. You might also peruse GitHub for projects tagged as using ColdFusion/CFML.
Keep in mind though, that every application you develop is different. So there is no "one best config" for starting out a new application. Also, consider moving to Application.cfc rather than Application.cfm as it allows more fine-grained management of your applications settings and behavior.
I got everything I want at Adobe Coldfusion YouTube channel. Have a full detailed step by step which help me a lot in the bridge from the old CF that I'm used to, until the new CF 2016 version. Funny that anyone here knows about it.
"Also, consider moving to Application.cfc rather than Application.cfm as it allows more fine-grained management of your applications settings and behavior."
this is a "best config available" that I meant... I already learned that on YouTube, very nice indeed.
I think at YouTube have everything I need. Thanks anyway.