Sometimes receiving an error is an indication, that something isn't in the stat you expect it to be. So we have introduced the new tag CFTRY. It comes with a set of jump statements which will be introduced in Railo 4.1 and which we will be blogging about soon. So let's start with CFTRY.
Entries Tagged as CFML
November 27, 2012 · 11 Comments
April 09, 2012 · No Comments
CFML only has some equivalents to the available tags in CFSCRIPT. In Railo you can now use almost all tags by just removing the <cf and replacing the last > with a ;
March 05, 2012 · 3 Comments
Using the ternary operator will shorten your if-decisions.
December 06, 2011 · 1 Comment
Again it is a pleasure for me to introduce a new member at Railo Technologies. I am very happy about being able to get Oliver to join our team.
But again as always, let me let him do his introduction:
My name's Oliver Tupman originally from the UK, now living in Zürich, Switzerland and I'm very happy to become part of the Railo Team working on the core of the software.
November 09, 2011 · 6 Comments
For one of our clients we often need to process data in Railo returned by a query and reorganize them in a Pivot-Table like fashion. Normally what you have to do is to group queries by recurring values and sum them up depending on the values in the fields.
June 06, 2011 · 6 Comments
With the upcoming release of Railo Server 3.3 RC, Railo Technologies is now proudly opening up the Railo Extension Store! The Extension Store is the central marketplace for Railo Extensions, where visitors can browse through and install the available extensions, and developers can upload and manage their own extensions. The store will make sure that your extensions get enough exposure, since all Store extensions are shown in each and every Railo Administrator around the globe!
October 15, 2010 · No Comments
Next month in November Mark Drew and Gert Franz will be attending cf.Objective(ANZ) in Melbourne as Gold sponsors. In addition to the sponsorship we decided to host a series of Railo trainings in different major cities in Australia. Do far the schedule looks like this:
|Location||Day 1||Day 2||Day 3 (Q & A)|
|Perth||Nov. 10||Nov. 11||Nov. 12|
|Melbourne||Nov. 15||Nov. 16||Nov. 17|
|Sydney||Nov. 22||Nov. 23||Nov. 24|
You can read more information about the training on our website. We would be happy to see you there.
March 17, 2010 · No Comments
February 12, 2010 · 2 Comments
In the first part, I have shown how the cache is used as an object cache, how to create a cache and interact with it but not more. The second part was on everything that is possible with the cache, and for what it can be used. In the last part we want to see at some special cases and deliver the promised reference.