I have a website that works fine using Coldfusion and now I am trying to get it to work using Railo. When I am comparing values from a query I am getting the error:
Msg: can't compare complex object types as simple value
I have a line of code that looks like the following:
<cfif getThreadID.LoggedInUsersOnly EQ 0>
If I use cfdump to look at the value it displays:
Native Array (byte)
Base64 Encoded AA==
What do I have to do differently so that it works using Railo?
Also, the URL that I am using to view my site is: localhost:8888/index.cfm. Having the port number in the URL seems to be causing me problems when I am trying to load css, js, and other files. Is there anything that I can do in the Railo admin so that I can use localhost without the port number?
Here's the CF10 bug reports and description of the case sensitivity issue w/Tomcat
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