This entry will walk you through step by step to enable you from within Eclipse to start and shutdown a custom install of the open source CFML engine Railo running off Apache Tomcat. Most importantly though you will be able to implement this without the need of touching any fickle XML Tomcat configuration files. This… Continue reading Embed a Railo ColdFusion/CFML Server within your CFEclipse/Eclipse application with no need for XML configurations.
I recently ran into a problem whereby I was trying to run a 64-bit Java application and yet I only had a 32-bit edition of Java installed on my 64-bit Windows computer. To obtain a 64-bit copy of Java I needed visit the Java download page using a 64-bit browser. On visiting with a standard… Continue reading How to install 64-bit Java on 64-bit Windows and solve an annoying Eclipse 5.6 error
This article written in mid 2009 is out of date. One familiar problem with using Eclipse for web development is that it expects developers to run or compile sources on their local machines. Now this expectation is not really appropriate for many situations including HTML development where you develop on remote or virtual test servers.… Continue reading Implement Dreamweaver like FTP Upload On Save function to Eclipse without the need for ANT