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

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Chapter 27. Migration to ColdFusion MX

After you’ve had an opportunity to install ColdFusion MX and learn about its new features and architectural changes, the very next thing you’ll most likely to want to do is migrate existing ColdFusion applications to the new ColdFusion MX environment. Although Macromedia has made every attempt to ease the transition from earlier versions of ColdFusion, you still might encounter some minor incompatibilities or inconsistencies between versions.

One of the best ways to ease the transition is to develop a migration plan for your existing applications early on. A structured plan for migrating applications will help you discover very early in the process the types of problems you’re likely to encounter with your ...

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