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Hi, I am facing problem while migrating from CF 5 to CF 7. Please let me know is there any tool is available to Migrate from CF5 to CF 7....

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    Default Migrating from Cold fusion 5 to Cold fusion 7

    Hi,
    I am facing problem while migrating from CF 5 to CF 7.
    Please let me know is there any tool is available to Migrate from CF5 to CF 7.
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    Ashish Khanna Guest

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    Default Re: Migrating from Cold fusion 5 to Cold fusion 7

    There are a number of tools. There is a code yser built into the CFMX7
    administrator - Debugging and Logging\code yser. You point it at the top
    level directory and it will show coding issues with deprecated code, etc. This
    should be your first step.

    CFMX7 has a built in 'development' webserver. Therefore it can easily be run
    concurrently on a development box that has CF5 installed. So, you can have
    both running side by side as you test your code.

    CFMX installer will try to migrate settings from previous CF installations.
    But, realize many settings in CF5 do not apply to CFMX. The versions of verity
    have changed, so collections must be recreated. Ole datasources do not exist
    if CFMX. The 'native' database connectivity for CFMX is JDBC. So, your ODBC
    and native CF5 datasources will either convert to JDBC or not migrate at all.

    A good discussion of migration is on another support tech's blog, Sarge.
    Review it at [url]http://sargeway.com/blog/index.cfm?mode=entry&entry=49[/url].

    ksmith Guest

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