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From "Martin Gainty" <>
Subject Re: [OT]Best practice: Transfer information from J2ee based app to ColdFusion based app
Date Wed, 11 Oct 2000 19:36:55 GMT
You probably want to consider a more secure architecture ..
If you would be willing to retain the features in attributes and functions
(accessors/mutators) in Java Beans..
Then CF can transmit as well as receive parameters from the previously
configured back end Java beans directly
without risking interception or even worse..modification
Is/are there some functionality that CF UI component offers that a
struts-component does not currently offer?

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Sent: Thursday, October 11, 2007 2:47 PM
Subject: [OT]Best practice: Transfer information from J2ee based app to
ColdFusion based app

> Hi,
> This is not the right place, but I would be glad if I can get some help. I
> just wanted to know what is the best practice if i need to transfer
> control i.e. when I hit 'submit' button in a Struts based (or a JSP) based
> app  using 'POST' method and the control now goes to ColdFusion (CF) based
> app, which gets information from POST message it recieves. This can also
> happen vice versa.
> My Inclination:  To make it simple, just direct the page to CF based app's
> page i.e. put the URL  in action part of form. Even though, sensitive
> information is present in the POST call, it is encrypted as it is a POST
> call.
> Am I making Web app blunder? Please suggest me, incase I am approaching
> it, wrong. Do, i need to encrypt and decrypt information at both ends?
> Disadvantages of what i am doing?
> Thanks
> H.

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