While working on one of my client’s projects, I’ve encountered the need of generating RANDOM strings. Since, as almost, any other language, Cold Fusion does not have any type of support for this functionality, I had to create a function of my own.
Hope you find it useful.
I’ve been looking for this a few times now, until now i’ve found two interesting options.
One is creating a cffunction of your own, and using it inside a cfscript afterwards:
<CFFUNCTION NAME="MyDump"> <CFARGUMENT NAME="OBJ" Required="TRUE"> <CFDUMP VAR="#Obj#"> </CFFUNCTION>
Even though, w3schools.com still presents this as MSDN does, I’m pretty sure the DOM evolved since. So let’s see:
+ I will try not to re-write again all the informations I already wrote in “Java Media Framwork vs IP Camera JPEG/MJPEG” a few years ago. This article is only a review of what I wrote back then, plus more info about my implementation of DataSource for JPEG/MJPEG IP Cameras.
+ This article is pretty deprecated. I do not say that the info here is false, but I would like to write a new article about this. Please leave me comments with what you want to know, and I will try do add more info to the article. And ofcourse, more sources.
NOTE: This article is written in Romanian, for a translation please add me a comment.
Ei bine… nu mare imi fu uimirea dupa ultimile proiecte / teme, mici aplicatii. Uimirea ca habar nu am sa scriu un header tcp. Toata povestea a plecat de la o tema pentru facultate. Un modul de kernel linux/windows care trebuia sa filtreze pachetele TCP si UDP.