Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Scope-specific built-in variables

ColdFusion returns variables, such as those returned in a cfdirectory or cfftp operation. A variable is usually referenced by scoping it according to its type: naming it according to the code context in which it is available; for example, Session.varname, or Application.varname. For more information on ColdFusion scopes, see Using ColdFusion Variables in ColdFusion MX Developer's Guide
You use the cflock tag to limit the scope of CFML constructs that modify shared data structures, files, and CFXs, to ensure that modifications occur sequentially.


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