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WordPress Wish List

Posted by: scoopseven in WordPress 17 years, 2 months ago
In order to make WordPress suitable for content management, we have to:
  • Allow for multiple authors for one post/article
  • Be able to display "editions" or compilations or multiple posts in one page

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Comcast Blacklist

Posted by: scoopseven in MediaPost 17 years, 2 months ago
As a new Comcast subscriber I jumped through hoops to see if we could get white-listed and finally ended up being forwarded to this form. It, apparently is the only way for a subscriber or mail administrator to get off the black list. But let's call one more time, to see if we can't get this expedited. Error message is:

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cfhttp / JDK caching

Posted by: scoopseven in ColdFusion 17 years, 3 months ago
For some reason, cfhttp couldn't connect to our server. We could access it fine from a browser on the machine, which ruled out any firewall blocking on the side. So it looked like ColdFusion was caching the DNS, which wasn't that far from the truth. Turns out the Java JDK just does, NS, not DNS ;) There's a setting in which permanently caches DNS entries that CF uses (cfhttp, cfsmtp, etc.) Instructions for correcting this behavior are from Tom jordahl's bog.

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MySQL “Explain”

Posted by: scoopseven in MediaPost 17 years, 3 months ago
This command would have saved me a couple of hours today should I have known about it. While running a query that returned 48k rows, I needed to run a subquery to check against another table to exclude certain other rows. (Querying a list of people to send a promotional email to while trying to make sure the email didn't go to any people who were already registered for a show [show registrants stored in that separate table]). I attempted to do this using several different techniques:
  • and m_email not in (select email from attendees where shw_id = 19)
  • and NOT EXISTS (SELECT * FROM attendees WHERE m_email = email AND shw_id='19')
  • left outer join attendees on email = m_email where email IS NULL

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Updating CFMX 6.1

Posted by: scoopseven in ColdFusion IIS 17 years, 3 months ago
Hotfixes since 6.1 Updater Newest supported JVM 1.4.2_05
for those having troubles installing a new JRE (like I did): With MX 6.1 you have to install the whole SDK, not only JRE, because ColdFusion needs a 'Hot-Spot JVM' which is not included in the JRE. If you only install the JRE and change the path in jvm.config to the new location, ColdFusion will start with an 'error 2' and you'll get an errormessage in {CFMX root}/runtime/logs/default-err.log like 'Error: no `server' JVM at c:/Program Files...' -Posted By Juerg Anderegg | 5/15/04 7:35 AM on
STEPS: 1) Install Java SDK 2) Update the java.home path in jvm.config (rather than cfadmin) to point to new JRE 3) Apply ColdFusion 6.1 Updater 4) Apply Hotfixes
  • Hot fix available for null, null errors ( Article b3c51ba1 )
  • Hot fix available for cfchart output not displaying with IIS 6 ( Article 38824ea2 )
  • Hot fix for client variables ( Article 19590 )
  • Hot Fix to upgrade web server connectors ( Article 238944b1 )
  • Hot fix to resolve slow memory leak when enabling Debug Logging ( Article 1ea55f4a )
  • Hot fix to upgrade DataDirect Sequelink ODBC Server to version 5.4 ( Article e917887 )
  • Hot fix for cfdump throwing unknown type error for cfcatch structure ( Article 1a9c83c )
  • Hot fix for ColdFusion not responding to requests ( Article 19536 )
  • Hot fix for ColdFusion Administrator navigation frame on an SSL site ( Article 19597 )

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