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Title:
Reality Macromedia ColdFusion MX : intranets and content management
Author:
Forta, Ben.
Publication Information:
Berkeley, Calif. : Macromedia, [2003]

©2003
Physical Description:
xxi, 506 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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Includes index.
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9780321124142
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A lesson in how to build ColdFusion-powered intranet and content management applications and components - straight from the ColdFusion experts. The text contains complete intranet and e-business related applications - all highly configurable, and all immediately usable.


Author Notes

Ben Forta is Macromedia Inc's product evangelist for the ColdFusion product line. Ben has two decades of experience in the computer industry, and is a much sought after speaker and lecturer. Ben is the author of the popular ColdFusion Web Application Construction Kit , and it's sequel Advanced ColdFusion Application Development , as well as books on SQL, JSP (JavaServer Pages), WAP, and other technologies.


Table of Contents

Introductionp. xvii
I The Intranet
I-1 Product Requirementsp. 3
Client Overview
I-2 Initial Thoughtsp. 13
I-3 Developmentp. 33
The Plan
The Database
The Content-Management Component
The Administration Program
I-4 The Solutionp. 75
The Demo
Final Changes
All Done
I-5 Deliveryp. 89
Installation
Summary
Postmortem
Where to Go From Here
To the Reader
II Personal Information Management
II-1 Product Requirementsp. 99
Client Overview
II-2 Initial Thoughtsp. 111
Task List
II-3 Developmentp. 131
Exchange Server Research
ColdFusion Architecture
Graphical Design
Progress Meeting
Client Meeting
Development
II-4 The Solutionp. 167
Initial Deployment
II-5 Deliveryp. 179
Finalizing the Application
III Human Resources
III-1 Product Requirementsp. 189
An Interesting Problem at Linley Engineering
Core Requirements
III-2 Initial Thoughtsp. 197
General Architecture
III-3 Developmentp. 213
First Attempts
III-4 The Solutionp. 245
Introduction
Users
Manager Functions
One Final Challenge
III-5 Deliveryp. 257
The Final Application
Postmortem
Future Enhancements
Conclusion
IV Product Requirements
IV-1 Product Requirementsp. 271
The Problem
The Requirements
IV-2 Initial Thoughtsp. 281
Proposed Solutions
Technical Design
IV-3 Developmentp. 299
Getting Started
wwsObject Component
Requirements Component
Document Component
Flash MX Integration
IV-4 The Solutionp. 373
Product Demonstration
Client Feedback
IV-5 Deliveryp. 391
Postmortem
What's Next
V User Interaction
V-1 Product Requirementsp. 407
Client Overview
Project Overview
V-2 Initial Thoughtsp. 415
Introduction
Brainstorming
V-3 Developmentp. 427
Introduction
User Authentication
Chat Application
Message Boards
Instant Messaging
V-4 The Solutionp. 475
Prologue: Political Problems
The Presentation
V-5 Deliveryp. 487
Going Live
Live: Day One
Live: Day Two
Epilogue
Indexp. 499