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Inside ColdFusion™ MX by Robi Sen, Neil Ross, John Cummings

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Chapter 22. Leveraging J2EE

As you already know, ColdFusion MX was developed in Java and runs on top of a J2EE application server. This is an exciting step for Macromedia, which has chosen to broaden the reach of ColdFusion by making it runnable on a number of new platforms and on application servers from IBM, Sun, and BEA, as well as their own JRun.

Users in the Java world will get to know the easy and rapid development possible with ColdFusion, while ColdFusion developers will get the unparalleled performance, scalability, robustness, and reliability of the mature J2EE architecture.

Another wonderful thing about Macromedia’s approach to developing ColdFusion in Java and on top of J2EE application servers is its new and improved support for integrating ...

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