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exporting coldfusion code to java so it can be scanned by security software

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Is there an easy way to do this?

A client needs to scan all code and, of course, it doesn't scan cfm's.

It will scan java. 

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exporting coldfusion code to java so it can be scanned by security software

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It will scan java. 

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I'm going to go out on a limb and say no, it is not possible.  Even if you compile the ColdFusion code, it compiles to Java bytecode, not Java source code.  I'm not sure what security software they are using or even how that stuff works, but I would be surprised if it can interpret bytecode.

-Carl V.

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