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coldfusion not interpreting dns correctly

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I am having a problem with coldfusion and my dns.

I have a website that has been running stable for a long time.  There was some coldfusion in it, only a few pages.  We just upgraded to a new system.  In this upgrade we converted all of our html pages to cfm pages.

When we upgraded, we moved the entire system to a backup directory, then copied in the new system to a new directory.  When the cold fusion pages execute, the images and hrefs are not getting translated correctly, so for an image link I end up with http://image.gif instead of /image.gif.  It doesn't need to translate back to the http name all of the images are in the same directory structure as the coldfusion.

This wasn't a problem with the original system.  We are using coldfusion 4.5.

I am desparate and need help ASAP.
Thank you for all of your ideas.  
spiergal
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