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CFFILE on my host.

Posted on 2004-08-13
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For my destination attribute in the<cffile> tag I'm not sure what to use. Because my host's support does not "give coding support" I'm turing to the experts. :P

How would I figure out what my destination would be? Or maybe you guys could tell me what questions I need to ask my host.

Thanks in advance.
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Just to save you some time have you checked with your host to see if they will even allow you to use cffile.  Some will not for security reasons.  If they do you should be able to just ask them what the full path information is to the location where your site is stored as that's not coding help.
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Thanks for your help it works now.
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