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So the good news? You can use CFML easily at Metawerx on top of Tomcat or TomEE.
CFML started out as an interpreted language with caching, but long ago was converted into Java. These days CFM files are converted into Java, then compiled into classes just like JSP.
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Cold Fusion Applications have been able to be hosted at Metawerx for a long time using the Cold Fusion WAR method. So why Railo? It's Open Source! No need to purchase licenses, and it runs on top of Tomcat or TomEE.
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* Save it as railo.war or ROOT.war depending on whether you want it to be the main application (ROOT) or a separate context
* Upload it to your webapps folder
* Go to the application, and immediately set a password for the Server Administrator and Web Administrator
* Set a database and mail server if you will use them
* Save it as a WAR file (eg: somename.war or ROOT.war depending on whether you want it to be the main ROOT application or a separate context)
* Upload it to your webapps folder and wait for it to auto-deploy, or deploy it with Tomcat Manager
* Go to the application using your browser, eg: http://tcXXXXX.metawerx.com.au/myRailo and immediately set a password for the Server Administrator and Web Administrator
* Set a database and mail server if you will use them, and limit the max connections to something suitable (eg: 5)
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We found it installs quickly, configures easily and runs well.
Other alternatives for CFML are OpenBlueDragon (also Open Source) and of course Adobe ColdFusion (commercial).
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