Ben Nadel
On User Experience (UX) Design, JavaScript, ColdFusion, Node.js, Life, and Love.
I am the chief technical officer at InVision App, Inc - a prototyping and collaboration platform for designers, built by designers. I also rock out in JavaScript and ColdFusion 24x7.
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Phil Williams

Member since Aug 20, 2009

Recent Blog Comments By Phil Williams

  • The Processing Instruction Target Matching "[xX][mM][lL]" is Not Allowed

    Posted on Feb 5, 2010 at 3:11 AM

    Thanks Ben but the loop method actually works quite well as there is only 3-4 XML blocks returned each time. I'm looping over them and stuffing the response into an array to return back to my calling page which is just the job :)... read more »

  • The Processing Instruction Target Matching "[xX][mM][lL]" is Not Allowed

    Posted on Feb 2, 2010 at 4:59 AM

    At last! That little idea worked nicely and I now have xmlparse working on the three blocks. Probably not the most efficient method but considering I've spent the last week on this flipping thing I don't care! :D... read more »

  • The Processing Instruction Target Matching "[xX][mM][lL]" is Not Allowed

    Posted on Feb 2, 2010 at 4:50 AM

    Nope, it is an XML response generated by the Nominet EPP service. Now I've cleaned it quite a bit already removing the ascii chars. etc but what I might try is replacing the </epp> with </epp>| and then looping over it to separate the response into three separate blocks...... read more »

  • The Processing Instruction Target Matching "[xX][mM][lL]" is Not Allowed

    Posted on Feb 1, 2010 at 2:17 PM

    I'm having this exact problem adn really struggling... As mentioned above: "It can happens even if you have more than one prolog in the same xml so remove all "<?xml ... ?>" after the first!!" Now my returned xml does indeed have multiple instances of <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"... read more »

  • Accessing ColdFusion Application Settings

    Posted on Aug 20, 2009 at 2:23 PM

    Actually I've figured it out :) What I can do is encrypt the license sting stored in the application session var using an encryption salt that is known by both the application and the licensing server. If the salt randomly changed each time then the license string would be different as well so eve... read more »

  • Accessing ColdFusion Application Settings

    Posted on Aug 20, 2009 at 1:57 PM

    This is the problem I'm finding. I'm currently using a tool to encrypt the entire contents of my code admin folder which I encrypts and password protects the encrypted file so it's "impossible" to decrypt. I wanted, however, to move away from this and just encrypt the application.cfc and hide the ... read more »

  • Accessing ColdFusion Application Settings

    Posted on Aug 20, 2009 at 1:46 PM

    To turn the post on it's head... How would you prevent someone from dumping the application vars using CF7? Let's say I want to encrypt my application.cfc file and leave all the other CFM templates unencrypted. Within my encrypted application.cfc I would have a licensing function that check the l... read more »