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ColdFusion and .NET

October 24, 2006 · 1 Comment

Ray Camden has written up a good set of notes on the ColdFusion / .NET integration in Scorpio from the session today at MAX. I had no idea this was coming and I was initially pretty "ho-hum" about it as I started to read Ray's post. Until I got to the bit about being able to interact directly with .NET components from a remote non-Windows server! OK, now that is cool! I can happily live in my favorite *nix world and use ColdFusion to manipulate .NET components on those infernal Windows boxes over there in the corner. Awesome!
Update: Rob Brooks-Bilson also wrote notes on this session.

Tags: adobemax06 · coldfusion

1 response so far ↓

  • 1 Ryan Guill // Oct 24, 2006 at 5:20 PM

    That was exactly my reaction! What I don't get though, is that we can't even do that with cfc's! Or can we... another enhancement for cf8?

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