So this week I had an experience with ColdFusion and ASP.NET that reminded me of why I love ColdFusion. I'm currently working on a project which has a pretty aggressive time line, the goal of which is to migrate some legacy data into a new ColdFusion system. The system has some fairly complex business logic so we decided that the quickest way to get the job done was to write an routine which submits data to the new system as a user would entering data into the application's forms. That way we wouldn't have to reverse engineer any business logic and incorporate it into SQL migration scripts. We also decided to try to leverage some of our .NET resources to help with this task.