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George Spohrer

I have CS-4 and CF-8 running just fine.  I want to do some testing with CS-5 (I  won't upgrade for real till more of my clients start upgrading).

Looking for version recommendations - e.g. do I install CS-5 with CF-8?  Or upgrade to CF-9 and run both CS-4 and CS-5 on CF-9?  Or run CS-4 with CF-8 and CS-5 with CF-9?

Thanks in advance


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Re: ColdFusion and CreativeSuite Versions?

John Barrett-5

i am running CS5 Master Collection and CF 9 perfectly. I use Mac OSX. CF8 and CS5 will be fine too.
creative suite and cf are not related as I can tell, if they are somebody please explain to me.

Johnny
On Oct 27, 2010, at 3:02 AM, George Spohrer wrote:

>
> I have CS-4 and CF-8 running just fine.  I want to do some testing with CS-5 (I  won't upgrade for real till more of my clients start upgrading).
>
> Looking for version recommendations - e.g. do I install CS-5 with CF-8?  Or upgrade to CF-9 and run both CS-4 and CS-5 on CF-9?  Or run CS-4 with CF-8 and CS-5 with CF-9?
>
> Thanks in advance
>
>
>

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Re: ColdFusion and CreativeSuite Versions?

Sean Corfield
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Puzzled about what you're asking here: CS4/CS5 is desktop software,
CF8 is server software - they're totally unconnected.

You don't "run ... CS-4 ... on CF-9" - that doesn't make sense.

Could you explain what you're actually concerned about?

Sean

On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 6:02 AM, George Spohrer <[hidden email]> wrote:
> I have CS-4 and CF-8 running just fine.  I want to do some testing with CS-5 (I  won't upgrade for real till more of my clients start upgrading).
>
> Looking for version recommendations - e.g. do I install CS-5 with CF-8?  Or upgrade to CF-9 and run both CS-4 and CS-5 on CF-9?  Or run CS-4 with CF-8 and CS-5 with C

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Re: ColdFusion and CreativeSuite Versions?

George Spohrer

The CS-5 desktop includes the Dreamweaver client which talks to the ColdFusion (8 or 9) server.

So - what is the best way to test Dreamweaver CS-5 without messing up production on Dreamweaver CS-4 client and ColdFusion 8 Server?

Thanks

George

> Puzzled about what you're asking here: CS4/CS5 is desktop software,
> CF8 is server software - they're totally unconnected.
>
> You don't "run ... CS-4 ... on CF-9" - that doesn't make sense.
>
> Could you explain what you're actually concerned about?
>
> Sean
>
> On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 6:02 AM, George Spohrer <gspohrer@ameritech.
> net> wrote:
> > I have CS-4 and CF-8 running just fine.  I want to do some testing
> with CS-5 (I  won't upgrade for real till more of my clients start
> upgrading).
> >
> > Looking for version recommendations - e.g. do I install CS-5 with
> CF-8?  Or upgrade to CF-9 and run both CS-4 and CS-5 on CF-9?  Or run
> CS-4 with CF-8 and CS-5 with
C

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Re: ColdFusion and CreativeSuite Versions?

John Barrett-5

I am with Sean here, the only aspect of the creative suite you would use ColdFusion for is RDS in dreawearver, as besides dreamweaver the rest are design tools and have nothing to do with ColdFusion!

When you install CF(which ever version) and set up RDS it allows dreamweaver to show your CF datasources in the database pannel. You can do this with any version of dreamweaver as long as RDS is enabled
.
what think that you are asking is this:

is this what you are trying to do when you say connect?
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1775689/RDS.png

just make sure to set up RDS, so for example if this is working now in CS4 and you install DW CS 5 the same will happen, no need to configure anything.
Johnny
On Oct 27, 2010, at 8:20 AM, George Spohrer wrote:

>
> The CS-5 desktop includes the Dreamweaver client which talks to the ColdFusion (8 or 9) server.
>
> So - what is the best way to test Dreamweaver CS-5 without messing up production on Dreamweaver CS-4 client and ColdFusion 8 Server?
>
> Thanks
>
> George
>
>> Puzzled about what you're asking here: CS4/CS5 is desktop software,
>> CF8 is server software - they're totally unconnected.
>>
>> You don't "run ... CS-4 ... on CF-9" - that doesn't make sense.
>>
>> Could you explain what you're actually concerned about?
>>
>> Sean
>>
>> On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 6:02 AM, George Spohrer <gspohrer@ameritech.
>> net> wrote:
>>> I have CS-4 and CF-8 running just fine.  I want to do some testing
>> with CS-5 (I  won't upgrade for real till more of my clients start
>> upgrading).
>>>
>>> Looking for version recommendations - e.g. do I install CS-5 with
>> CF-8?  Or upgrade to CF-9 and run both CS-4 and CS-5 on CF-9?  Or run
>> CS-4 with CF-8 and CS-5 with
> C
>
>

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Re: ColdFusion and CreativeSuite Versions?

Sean Corfield
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On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 11:20 AM, George Spohrer <[hidden email]> wrote:
> The CS-5 desktop includes the Dreamweaver client which talks to the ColdFusion (8 or 9) server.
>
> So - what is the best way to test Dreamweaver CS-5 without messing up production on Dreamweaver CS-4 client and ColdFusion 8 Server?

I'm pretty sure the RDS feature in DW has not changed between CS4 and
CS5. RDS on the server changed a bit between CF8 and CF9 I think to
support some richer operations in ColdFusion Builder - but that will
have zero effect on DW.

Also note that RDS is STRONGLY DISCOURAGED on production systems (for
security and other reasons).

So, basically, CF8/CF9 don't care which version of DW is connecting to
them but you really should consider NOT using RDS on any production
server.
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