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Client Variables

My client variables will not set by webmigit
Posted: 27 Mar 04

I'm rather ashamed to even have experienced this situation but I did.. and I figured it out for myself..

I got to work in an application that relied on client variables heavily.. So, not having the time to rebuild the application, any changes I made or subsites of it relied heavily on client variables..

I had a situation come up one day where I set client variables and although I could output them in the same document (application.cfm), I could not in included documents, the document that called application.cfm or onrequestend.cfm.

After some frustration, I was ready to start over, I went to the top of application.cfm, ready to highlight the <CFApplication> tag and found out the problem.

I didn't include a name of the application so variables would not carry beyond their local environment, no matter WHAT I felt like naming them..

CF Applications must have an application name.

Sometimes its the obvious things..


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