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Posted on 2011-03-11
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I will be moving form a shared hosting environment to a VPS environment soon and may not have the budget for cf. The host suggested using Railo instead.

Is this advisable? worth it? easy to set up? Any pointers would be useful here.
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Not too bad to set up take a look at the tags that are unsupported make sure you can live with that
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Here is a link for the unsupported tags
http://wiki.getrailo.org/wiki/Tags_Not_Supported
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ok looks like that's not an option. I need ¦cfpdfform
¦cfpdfformparam
¦cfpdfsubform

any idea where I can get a cheap cf8 licence?
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@Shawnaraxi - You might want to dig around first. There have been pdf alternatives around since CF6.  Maybe you could adapt one of them to give you what you need for Railo? Just a thought..
http://blog.mattwoodward.com/?tag=itext&c=1
 
@RickEpnet - Any idea if there are existing cfc's or extensions for the cfpdfform stuff?
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I wish I would love to full blown CF 8 or 9 also I use Bind a lot that also does not seem to be supported along wit report.
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