This is a feature in Railo that confuses new Railo users very often. Railo comes with two types of administrators. In fact there are two type of administrators for every website you host on a system. In Railo all the settings you make in the Railo Web Administrator affect only the website you are calling it from.
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April 30, 2012 · 4 Comments
August 05, 2010 · 21 Comments
In this blog post I wanted to share with the community some of the download statistics that we have had from http://www.getrailo.org.
September 18, 2009 · 1 Comment
Before I left for CFUnited, I put a call out for Case Studies for companies using Railo. I drafted up a list of questions. Since then, case studies have been slowly coming in. If you're using Railo and you don't mind answering some questions, please drop a line here and I'll contact you.
March 31, 2009 · 7 Comments
- Open Sourcing Railo
The source code is available. Along with the source code, we will release some guidelines on how to build Railo in a Eclipse environment. This is not done yet.
- Separate Railo into core and extensions
Now Railo is very easy to extend. We have some Railo core extensions that allow you to upgrade your engine. In addition some applications have been converted into extensions as well.
- Extract the complete serial number management
The Railo Open Source version will be the only version of Railo available. This is the core engine. You can of course buy some additions to it but basically there is no other version. Therefore the Railo Server Administrators will be not restricted at all.
- New websites
This was very important for us. So we created three different new websites for your services. Since we are an open source company now we have to rely on the services we provide. Therefore we introduced the new website www.getrailo.com.
In order to interact tightly with the community and to offer a platform for exchanging experiences between developers we created a community driven website which is reachable at www.getrailo.org.
The third one, important of course as well is the documentation website. It's running on Transfer/ColdBox and Codex WIKI. It will contain most of the documentation and guides as well as user generated content.
- Blog entry about BlazeDS
- New features
- Updating documentation
- Installer guidelines
November 16, 2008 · No Comments
Finally after 6 long years there is a CFML conference in Germany again. The basic schedule is like that of "A wee dram of Scotch in London" this year. 7 Speakers for one day. If you like to read more about the event, just go to the official (Railo powered :-) website.
I am very glad that we from Railo were able to bring two very famous CFML people to the CFCAMP. Luis Majano, author of Coldbox and Mark Drew, well known to all of you from CFEclipse and the Reactor framework where he is leading the development at the moment. We hope to see as many as possible in Munich next week.
September 09, 2008 · 13 Comments
May 08, 2008 · 2 Comments
The site is hosted on the servers that already serve the 100,000,000 pi's of www.pcwelt.de. It runs on Railo 2.0.0.045 and is based on RedHat Linux with a MSSQL 2005 serving as the database server.