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    ColdFusion Developers Edition

    Is it possible to setup multiple instances of ColdFusion Developers Edition, for a development environment.

    I have 4 sites that I am constantly maintaining, and would like to have a development environment setup locally, and not have develop on the shared host that I am using.

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    is there any reason why you would need 4 different instances?

    what server os would you be developing on locally?

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    I am not sure "neilmerton"

    I am using Windows XP, I want to be able to replicate the exact environments from the Hosting site.

    On my local box, everything is going through http://127.0.0.1:8500/CFIDE/SiteName/

    I just want to be able to go to pehaps a host file induced DNS, ie:

    http://devSiteName.com

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    then i'm pretty sure that the best option is to go with setting up Apache to use ColdFusion. there's a good write-up with links on the following page:
    http://www.talkingtree.com/blog/inde...-Apache-VHosts

    you can also read through eric's article here on SitePoint:
    http://www.sitepoint.com/article/ins...ion-mx-windows

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    Thanks, for taking the time to respond, "neilmerton"

    I will definately look at these resource...


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