Posts tagged ‘ColdFusion’

cfhttp I/O Exception: peer not authenticated Error

cfhttp I/O Exception: peer not authenticated Error

Continue Reading January 19, 2011 at 7:50 am 1 comment

ColdFusion Flickr Photos API

I’ve written a ColdFusion CFC that integrates with the Flickr API. I know there is already another component out there written in ColdFusion, but I found that one a bit too complicated (no offense intended) and it did not do what I wanted it to do, which is simply displaying the sets and photos.

See an example of the FlickrCFC in use here Boot Camp Photos

I’m more than happy to share the code base, it’s not ready yet for publishing here but can certainly send a copy to anyone who requests it. Of course a nice text link in return is always appreciated! 😉 A text link in return is required (when you email please include the link you can offer).

May 13, 2009 at 1:19 am 9 comments

cfchart – CFIDE/GraphData.cfm problems

Got cfchart – /CFIDE/GraphData.cfm problems?

 

If you’re running into problems with <cfchart> you’re more than likely experiencing problems with the mappings. On a productions machine you don’t want to expose the CFIDE to the public, so you remove it! However, ColdFusion needs access to some files to process the <cfchart> and display it.

 Luckily it’s easy enough to fix this problem by creating zero-byte files for internal ColdFusion processes. These files are empty files, so they should not pose any security thread.

Follow the following steps to create the files

  1. Open Windows Explorer.
  2. Navigate to the web_root/CFIDE directory, typically located at \inetpub\wwwroot\CFIDE.
  3. Create a blank file named GraphData.cfm.
  4. Create a directory called main.
  5. Navigate to the new directory atweb_root/CFIDE/main.
  6. Create a blank file titled ide.cfm.
  7. Repeat steps B-F for any additional instances ofweb_root/CFIDE.

You should be fine after that.

February 13, 2008 at 5:37 am 5 comments

Create random list in ColdFusion (Randomizer)

Looking for a way to generate a random list of values?

Continue Reading February 12, 2008 at 7:21 am 1 comment


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