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Steps to update java for Cold Fusion 11 32 bit

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Feb 02, 2017

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Hi,

Is there a document that provides the detailed steps to update the Cold Fusion 11 java engine?

Also, where would one go to obtain the appropriate Java engine for Cold Fusion 11 32 bit?

Thanks,

Mike

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Steps to update java for Cold Fusion 11 32 bit

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Hi,

Is there a document that provides the detailed steps to update the Cold Fusion 11 java engine?

Also, where would one go to obtain the appropriate Java engine for Cold Fusion 11 32 bit?

Thanks,

Mike

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Adobe blogged about this a couple of years back - you can find it here: How to change/upgrade JDK version of ColdFusion server » Adobe ColdFusion Blog

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Feb 07, 2017

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The highest Java build number for ColdFusion 11 is 1.8.0_25. So you should install the 32-bit version of the Java SE Development Kit 8u25 from the JDK archive.

The steps:

1) On the download page, click to 'Accept License Agreement'. (I assume you have Windows). Download the 32-bit JDK file. It is the file named jdk-8u25-windows-i586.exe.

2) Launch the executable, accepting the default settings during installation. The JDK should then be installed in: C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_25.

3) Open the ColdFusion Administrator. Go to the 'Java and JVM' page. Click on Browse Server to select the new value for the Java Virtual Machine Path . You could, alternatively, just type it in. It should be C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_25\jre.

Press the button to submit the change.

If you are running Enterprise ColdFusion and have multiple ColdFusion instances, then you should make this change in the ColdFusion Administrator of every instance.

4) Stop and restart ColdFusion. (Do this for every ColdFusion instance, if running Enterprise ColdFusion).

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Hi,

In the Cold Fusion Administrator, the path for the JVM show D;\ColdfFusion11\jre

There is no version number in the path.

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Mike

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Did you install the JDK? Did you do any of the things @Haxtbh and I suggested?

In the Cold Fusion Administrator, the path for the JVM show D;\ColdfFusion11\jre

There is no version number in the path.

Of course, there isn't. That is what you have to change.

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Hi,

I have not installed the new version yet.

I originally install Cold Fusion 11.

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Mike

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Hi,

Will the install have the version in the folder name or can I just user the same as the original install (D:\ColdfFusion11\jre)?

Mike

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You could try this:

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Regards, Carl.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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userCold9 wrote:

I have not installed the new version yet.

I originally install Cold Fusion 11.

You have to install a new version of Java, not of Coldfusion.

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Hi,

Using the command in the cmd window, the version is 1.7.0_51.

The version number is not in the Cold Fusion 11 administrator text box.

Thanks,

Mike

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userCold9  wrote

Using the command in the cmd window, the version is 1.7.0_51.

The version number is not in the Cold Fusion 11 administrator text box.

The first thing I would suggest is that you update ColdFusion 11. To do this, open the ColdFusion Administrator and scroll to the update section at the bottom: Server Update > Updates.

Click on Check for Updates. As the updates are cumulative, you will need to install only the latest update. This is currently update 11.

After performing the update, run the CMD command again. What is the Java version then?

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Hi Mike,

What displays in CFadmin > Server Settings > Settings Summary for values relating to Java?

EG:

Java Version 1.8.0_111 

Java Vendor Oracle Corporation 

Java Home C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_111\jre 

Java VM Specification Version 1.8 

Java VM Specification Vendor Oracle Corporation 

Java VM Specification Name Java Virtual Machine Specification 

Java VM Version 25.111-b14 

Java VM Vendor Oracle Corporation 

Java VM Name Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM 

Java Specification Version 1.8 

Java Specification Vendor Oracle Corporation

HTH, Carl.

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Hi,

It looks like the Java version has not been changed.

After installing Update 11, the following is the information:

ColdFusion 11 Update 11 
Update Level: 11
Update Type: General
Install Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2017 05:32:40 -0700
Update Description:

ColdFusion 11 Update 11.
ColdFusion 11 Update 11 includes bug fixes related to Security, Language, Administrator, Document Management, AJAX, and various other areas. 
For details, click on the "Read More" link below.

Java Version  1.7.0_51   
Java Vendor  Oracle Corporation   
Java Default Locale  en_US   
Java VM Specification Version  1.7   
Java VM Specification Vendor  Oracle Corporation   
Java VM Specification Name  Java Virtual Machine Specification   
Java VM Version  24.51-b03   
Java VM Vendor  Oracle Corporation   
Java Specification Version  1.7

Thanks,

Mike

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userCold9  wrote

It looks like the Java version has not been changed.

No problem. You can now install the JDK of Java 8. Follow the steps in my post of Feb 7, 2017 12:19 PM.

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