…Using CFML to create HTML is also a great replacement for JSP. You don’t have to give up your back-end (EJB, Spring, Hibernate) to use CF.
Adam Lehman is the Senior Product Manager for ColdFusion. He says a lot of ColdFusion use cases are within a Java development cycle. It’s a Java application, so it deploys as an .EAR or .WAR file.
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