TechNote: Determining Which Class Files Are Loaded by ColdFusion MX

An important new tech note at explains how to JVM arguments to obtain a listing of all class files that are loaded in the JVM’s memory space. This can be useful for debugging class loading conflicts and for analyzing application object usage.

2 responses to “TechNote: Determining Which Class Files Are Loaded by ColdFusion MX”

  1. Doug Hughes Avatar
    Doug Hughes

    Do you happen to know why different installations of CF seem to have different java classes available? I’ve been working with a Component which uses CreateObject() to create various java objects. Sometimes these objects are available sometimes they’re not… it seems to depend on the server.
    I’m wondering, are the available Java classes determined by Jrun or by the configured JRE?
    An example of one which sometimes works and sometimes doesn’t is (I think that’s right, working from memory here.)

  2. Ben Forta Avatar
    Ben Forta

    Version of CF and version or JRE will be the two primary factors.

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