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Part IV ColdFusion MX Components, Web Services, and Flash Integration
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In this chapter you learned how to make Flash Remoting applications with Server-Side ActionScript, and why SSAS is most likely not the way a professional ColdFusion developer would develop Flash Remoting applications. Your first and best solution is to forego SSAS in favor of its stronger and more handsome brother, ColdFusion components. Think of all the functionality that you give up by moving away from the ColdFusion MX technology that you learn in this book! If you re working with Flash designers who want to get started using a little ColdFusion, however, SSAS is perfect for them. It may seem a bit funny, but we think that SSAS s biggest benefit is that it brings Flash developers and ColdFusion developers together in such a way that they often trade skill sets, and this natural cross pollination turns out a better quality development staff overall.
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Integrating ColdFusion MX with Other Technologies
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In This Part
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28 Integrating ColdFusion MX and Java 29 Integrating COM 30 Integrating ColdFusion MX with XML and WDDX 31 Communicating via Mail, FTP, and HTTP
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Calling JSP custom tags Using applets Leveraging the Java API by using CFOBJECT Running JavaServer Pages and Servlets within CF MX Exploring interactions between CFML and JSPs/Servlets Calling Java CFX custom tags Investigating other Java integration topics and learning more
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efore you skip this chapter, thinking, I don t know Java, so no point in reading on, please don t. Most of the opportunities for integrating ColdFusion and Java don t require that you have any Java language skills. That may seem hard to accept. One of the great features of Java is a strong focus on reusability the opportunity to develop code that can be reused by different programs and different developers. The converse is that you can use Java code developed by others. This extends to enabling CF developers to make use of many interesting Java integration points. CF MX dramatically extends the Java integration capabilities that existed in CF 4.5.2 and CF 5. Even for developers still working in those releases, much of the information in this chapter still applies. Of course, a Java developer can make even greater use of the integration possibilities, creating his own Java programs and taking advantage of still more Java and J2EE features. But non-Java developers also need to be aware of these integration opportunities. Many aspects of using Java within ColdFusion don t require writing and compiling Java programs, and you have ways to employ the Java libraries, if you know what they are (as we explain later in this chapter), directly from within CFML. We introduce in this chapter the many Java integration points by order of the features requiring the least Java language understanding and ending with those that require the most. Again, any of these can be used to even greater advantage by a developer with Java language skills. The topics that we address in this chapter are as follows: Many, although not all, of these features are newly enabled or enhanced over those of earlier releases because of CF MX s underlying J2EE engine. We begin with those features that require the least amount of Java understanding.
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Part V Integrating ColdFusion MX with Other Technologies
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Using J2EE Sessions
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The first aspect integrating ColdFusion with Java doesn t really concern the Java language at all but J2EE sessions. This is an option that you can turn on or not and that comes to you by way of the underlying J2EE server that sits beneath CF MX.
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Note One of the most powerful new features of CF MX is the fact that it s built to run atop a J2EE server. The underlying J2EE engine is Macromedia s JRun server. This is transparent to CF developers, and the fact that this integration is something that you needn t be concerned with is a testament to the engineering design achievement of CF MX. It does, however, open the doors to possibilities that simply weren t available prior to CF MX. Just before this book went to print, Macromedia announced a new version of ColdFusion MX, called ColdFusion MX for J2EE, designed to be installed on an already existing J2EE server. Initially supported environments are IBM WebSphere, Sun One Server, and JRun (for customers who already own JRun), with support for BEA WebLogic to follow shortly thereafter (and likely available by the time that you read this chapter). The differences between this new version and the basic ColdFusion MX should be relatively minor regarding the topics covered in this chapter. Still, you should explore the release notes for these products for compatibility issues that Macromedia identifies.
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The J2EE sessions feature is simply an alternative to the built-in session support that s always been available in ColdFusion. But it adds several benefits, as follows: The session identifier used by J2EE sessions, jsessionid, is more secure. J2EE sessions are supported by a nonpersistent cookie, so sessions close whenever the browser closes. Sessions can be supported for browsers that do not permit persistent cookies. J2EE sessions can be shared with JSPs and servlets running under CF MX. Unfortunately, some aspects of working with J2EE sessions can also cause trouble, particularly if the browser visitor doesn t support cookies. This is explained later in this chapter.
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