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The Brazilian Post Office, one of the largest cases in the world, will abandon ColdFusion.

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Jun 02, 2017

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The Brazilian Post Office will abandon ColdFusion due to high prices and lack of support. I hope Adobe reads this message and takes an attitude.

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The Brazilian Post Office, one of the largest cases in the world, will abandon ColdFusion.

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The Brazilian Post Office will abandon ColdFusion due to high prices and lack of support. I hope Adobe reads this message and takes an attitude.

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Adobe Employee ,
Jun 02, 2017

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Hi,

We are sorry for the inconvenience caused because of your experience with us. Could you please send your details at cf.install@adobe.com and we will try our best to resolve your issue with ColdFusion.

Looking forward to your response.

Thanks,

Priyank Shrivastava

Thanks,
Priyank Shrivastava

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Good reaction, Priyank Shrivastava!

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Please re-read EDUARDOMATIAS​' post.  The "experience" is not technical.  It's everything that Adobe does wrong.  Adobe should pay attention, unless Adobe is intentionally trying to kill off ColdFusion (which really wouldn't surprise me.)

Adobe, something else for you to chew on.  My boss recently asked me to research Lucee.  Looks like we might soon be kicking CF to the curb in favour of something better.  If Adobe doesn't proactively try to make CF more affordable, there may be a diaspora away from CF.

Just my two cents.

^_^

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