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Sent by Paul Shields on March 06, 2000 at 16:57:40: - feedback #904

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Please use "Application.cfm" rather than "application.cfm" in the explanation. On Unix, it is case-sensitive, and the name must begin with a capital A.

Sent by Anthony on March 13, 2000 at 20:33:59: - feedback #924

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The text should be Application.cfm, not application.cfm... if the A is not caps it won't run as you suggest.

Sent by Mark on June 13, 2000 at 09:39:07: - feedback #1362

Not technical enough

... you can also call/create other vars inside of application.cfm (i.e. apps_global.cfm and/or apps_local.cfm) or call a
<CFINCLUDE template="includes/apps_local.cfm"> I would refer to www.fusebox.org as it is a "way to develop/methodology" that uses code again and again and varaiables and queries and display pages can be shared by other templates ... Just my 2 cents

Sent by Victor Delgado on June 21, 2000 at 06:25:09: - feedback #1410

Just right


Also, ensure to capitalize the first letter of this file as so: Application.cfm.

This way it's portable to a Solaris CF server.

Btw, there's also a file called OnRequest.cfm that, if it exists on the same folder tree, it will run after your cf template is processed.

Sent by Sagiv Shats on June 29, 2000 at 04:47:51: - feedback #1439

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this is not a complete answear.
what about the "session on end " function that deliverd by asp.
I developed a system that when uuser closed the browser the session need to be killed & inform to db that the user is logedout from the system.
but i didn't find somthing that can solve this in coldfusion.
if u have any idea please contact me.

Sagiv Shats
Startup Division
Ness Software Industries

Phone: 972-3-5386555 Ext: 227
Mobile: 052-742032

Email: sagivs@compro.co.il

Sent by Brian Stephens on November 28, 2001 at 18:36:29: - feedback #3379

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Technically, it's Application.cfm, not application.cfm. Unix colfusion servers will not recognize lowecase app file. Its so easy to write cf that will work on any platform, but you have to start with good habits, like using a capital A in your app file.

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