ColdFusion

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The ColdFusion service enables you to develop your own web applications in a managed ColdFusion environment.

A MySQL database can also be provided.

Overview

Eligibility

This service is available to staff only.

Your application code can be hosted at any location under www.york.ac.uk and is managed through a web account.

To request a web account, please contact the Library & IT Help Desk.

A data source can be configured to provide access to a MySQL database.

For more information about databases, see:

To register your data source, see the Register a data source tab.

Register a data source

Once your web account has been set up, you can register your database with the ColdFusion service:

Register a data source

Please note, you'll need to log in using your web account.

Help & troubleshooting

Training

IT Services run a secure development practices course periodically.

Details are posted to the DCOs mailing list.

Library & IT Help Desk

If you're having problems with ColdFusion, get in touch with the Library & IT Help Desk.

Our commitments

Service status Live and supported service.
Hours of service 24/7
Service support For help and support with this service, contact the Library & IT Help Desk.
Hours of support Help from the Library & IT Help Desk is available 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.
Target availability

General IT Services targets:

Resilience A pair of load balanced servers provide a resilience for this service. All data is backed up in line with our standard database and file system policies

Known risks

A new service, Lucee, is in development with the intention of replacing ColdFusion. While Lucee is largely a drop-in replacement for ColdFusion, some changes to existing applications may be needed for them to run in this new environment.

A testing platform will be provided to support this transition.

Our performance

Our service standards have been produced in consultation with our customers, and monitor the quality, timeliness and access to facilities and services:

Complaints procedure

If you wish to give us general feedback on this service, please see our Feedback page for ways to get in touch.

If you wish to make a complaint, please see our complaints procedure.

Your responsibilities

You must ensure that you have a good understanding of secure development practices and are able to maintain and support applications that are developed.