Manages interactions with server files. Different combinations cause different attributes to be required. Upload the file contained in the myFile field. Always upload to a directory outside of the webroot, validate the file extension, file content and then only if necessary copy it back to the web root. Type of file manipulation that the tag performs. Values: append copy delete move read readbinary rename upload uploadall write.
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Note: You can specify this tag's attributes in an attributeCollection attribute whose value is a structure. Specify the structure name in the attributeCollection attribute and use the tag's attribute names as structure keys.
Pathname of a directory or file on web server where the file is copied. If you specify a filename without a directory path, ColdFusion copies it relative to the source directory. Pathname of the file to copy. If not an absolute path starting with a drive letter and a colon, or a forward or backward slash , it is relative to the ColdFusion temporary directory, which is returned by the GetTempDirectory function.
Applies to Windows. A comma-delimited list of attributes to set on the file. If omitted, the file's attributes are maintained.
Each value must be specified explicitly. Octal values of UNIX chmod command. Assigned to owner, group, and other, respectively; for example:. ColdFusion User Guide. Select an article: Select an article:.
Applies to: ColdFusion. Description Copies a file from one directory to another on the server. Example This example copies the keymemo.
cffile action = "upload"
Manages interactions with server files. Note: To execute, this tag must be enabled in the ColdFusion Administrator. For more information, see Configuring and Administering ColdFusion. File management tags. In the following example, the text provided in the body is written to myfile. Now assume that the file does not exist, then a new file myfile.
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Allowing someone to upload a file on to your web server is a common requirement, but also a very risky operation. So here are some tips to help make this process more secure. The accept attribute gives a terrible false sense of security. The cffile accept attribute uses the mime type that your browser sends to the server.
cffile action = "copy"
Tips for Secure File Uploads with ColdFusion
Configuring and Administering Adobe ColdFusion 9. See the History section of the main cffile tag page. Pathname of directory in which to upload the file. If not an absolute path starting with a drive letter and a colon, or a forward or backward slash , it is relative to the ColdFusion temporary directory, which is returned by the GetTempDirectory function. If the destination you specify does not exist, ColdFusion creates a file with the specified destination name.