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How do you halt processing in a CFSCRIPT block? by Glowball
Posted: 14 Oct 01

Unfortunately, there is no equivalent to <CFABORT> for a CFSCRIPT block.  You can write a fairly simple workaround using variables, however.

keepGoing = 1;        // the default is to keep going
myvar = 2;            // set working variable
    keepGoing = 0;    // we want to abort here
myvar = 3;            // if the abort doesn't work, we'll know
<cfif keepgoing>

This should output the number 2, meaning we got the processing to stop.

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