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ColdFusion is a certified J2EE application capable of being deployed as an EAR or WAR file on J2EE application servers. Deploying earlier versions of ColdFusion on J2EE application servers required multiple administration steps, including creating the ColdFusion application server instance, configuring data sources, deploying application code, and more. ColdFusion MX 7 introduces the capability to package the ColdFusion server and application code into a single J2EE archive for deployment from within the ColdFusion Administrator.

This J2EE archive feature is different from the J2EE configuration option of the ColdFusion MX 7 installer. The installer's J2EE configuration option will only create a base ColdFusion MX 7 application server as an EAR or WAR file. The J2EE archive feature, in contrast, allows you to package your ColdFusion application code (CFM, CFC, and CFR files) in an archive file with a configured ColdFusion MX 7 application server. In this way, it combines parts of the installer's J2EE configuration with the ColdFusion archive feature. However, unlike the ColdFusion archive feature, you can create J2EE archives in all ColdFusion MX 7 editions.


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