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  ColdFusion MX on Mac OS X, Part 3
Subject:   About time too!
Date:   2003-01-08 03:09:32
From:   anonymous2
At last, macromedia has come through with an OSX version of CFMX. Now I have my port up and running, is there any advantage in removing it and installing the 'proper' version?
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  • About time too!
    2003-01-08 04:16:26  dicklacara [View]

    You Betchum!

    The official version has:

    1. implied support and update
    2. web services work
    3. a faster (optimized) CFMX
    4. ability to connect to the Apache web server
    5. greater ability to integrate with Java, JSP, servlets, etc. that comprise a J2EE enterprise deployment.
    6. ability to run multiple CFMX servers each isolated from the others
    7. ability to cluster multiple CFMX servers and load-balance them


    --- to mention a few advantages.

    You can remove the port by deleting the
    /opt/coldfusionmx
    folder (Be sure to save your own CFMX apps).

    Then delete the pbserver42RE.jar file you copied to
    /Library/Java/Extensions

    Dick