Category Archive for: ClodFusion Administration

Mail Logging

The Mail Logging screen, shown in Figure 35.22, allows the specification of two simple settings related to the logging of sending of e-mail messages via ColdFusion. The first setting indicates which level of severity should be logged. Severity levels for messages are Information, Warning, and Error. The second setting indicates whether the content of all messages should be saved…

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existing data

Source simply click the name of the data source. If you want to check whether the data source is configured correctly, click the Verify link associated With the data source you want to test. A screen will be displayed informing you of the test result. For instance, Figure 35.11 shows the successful verification of a data…

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Verify Data Source

The Verify Data Source screen shown in Figure 35.15 enables you to quickly verify any existing data source by clicking the name of the data source, or to verify all data sources by clicking the Verify All button. Figure 35.16 shows how the results are displayed when verifying all data sources at one time. Extensions The Extensions section of…

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Session Scope

This setting is used to specify how session scope variables should be locked. The possible choices are: No automatic checking or locking (the developer has to ensure that variables are properly locked with the CFLOCK tag), Full checking (Cold-Fusion checks all variables to make sure they are properly locked), Automatic read’ locking (ColdFusion checks all server variables…

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Purge Data for Clients That Remain Unvisited for X Days

Client variables areaeated for each client that visits. H data for old clients that have not recently visited is not deleted, eventually the size of client variable storage will grow large ..By enabling this option and specifying a reasonable delay before purging client variables (this generally depend dent on the nature of your applications), you can keep…

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Caching

The Cache Settings screen is used to set several Cache-related settings of your ColdFusion server: Template Cache Size Cold Fusion maintains a cache in memory where the most recently processed templates are kept. When a request is received in the cache, it is accessed from the cache rather than accessing the file and reprocessing the template. This can vastly…

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Using the ColdFusion Administrator

The ColdFusion Administrator is a full-scale, Web-driven administration system for ColdFusion servers. The Administrator provides the capability to control many aspects of the ColdFusion operation, from data sources to extensions to logging to scheduling. Essentially, the only main administrative task not achieved through the Administrator is starting and stopping the server services, which is done through the Services Control Panel…

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Load-Balancing Hardware

The most complete form of load glancing comes in dedicated hardware systems such as Cisco’s  Director or web. These systems completely hide a cluster from t e outside  world, masking the duster behind a single IP address. The hardware manages the distribution of requests by negotiating with servers in the duster to find one  that appears…

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Balancing Traffic between Your Systems

When deciding to run multiple Web servers, the general practice is to implement some form of load balancing, Under this scenario, all your Web servers serve identical content, but as far as the Web-browsing public disconcerting site is accessed through a single host name. You then implement a system for causing user requests to your…

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ACTION

The CFCACHEtag can perform two possible actions: CACHE, which causes the page to be cached, or FLUSH,which forces a cached page to be refreshed. The default action is CACHE. PROTOCOLEither the HTTP or HTTPS protocol can be used to create cached pages. This attribute indicates which protocol to use by taking either HTTP: // or…

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