Monthly Archives: October 2019

FusionReactor ends support for Java 1.6


FusionReactor will be dropping support for Java 1.6 with FusionReactor 8.3.0. This release is currently scheduled for the end of this year / early 2020. Fusionreactor 8.2.x releases will be the last micro releases to support Java 1.6. FusionReactor customers have been moving off Java 1.6 for some time and only 0.3% of FusionReactor 8 […]

Configuring and Disabling log tracking in FusionReactor


Introduction FusionReactor tracks calls to any logging implementation made within your application. These logs are captured within the request object and can be configured based on their log severity. We capture log statements for both Java frameworks and CF log statements; Java Frameworks SLF4J Log4J Logback Apache Commons Logging CFML log tags ColdFusion log tags […]

FusionReactor delivers Fantastic insight


“Fantastic insight!” What do you like best? FusionReactor provides amazing insight into the server health, specifically in regards to the way ColdFusion is operating. The reporting and visualization into the server are fantastic! What do you dislike? Really not much I can say here. We rarely have issues with FR as an application, but if […]