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run coldfusion (*.cfm) pages from WTE

 
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Hi,
How can i run a Coldfusion page with a *.cfm extension from Websphere test environment(WTE) in Vaj 3.5. I did see the default.servlet_engine with mime types.
<pre>
<mime type="application/oda">
<ext>oda</ext>
</mime>
</pre>



But i did not know what to put in for .cfm and what ese i need to do if the web server being used was IIS. What if i could avoid usin IIS in my test environment and just use WTE ?


Thanx in advance,
Vijay
 
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You can't run cold fusion pages in WebSphere or VAJ. It won't work -- they're not standard Java Server pages.
Kyle
[ January 26, 2002: Message edited by: Kyle Brown ]
 
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Kyle,
Yes, you are right cfml is not part of std java.
But, you can run cfml (coldfusion scripts) under any J2EE compatible environment using a thrid party product called tagServlet.
visit http://www.tagservlet.com
BTW, do you have a plan to update your book
Enterprise programming with WAS for WAS 4.0
using WSAD 4.0 ?.
Latha
 
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At this point we're not planning on doing a WAS 4.0 version -- instead we're going to skip directly to WAS 5.0 (which is now available as WebSphere Technology for Developers) and WSAD 5.0 -- the next edition of the book should be available very late this year or early next year.
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