How can I know if a remote file exist?

How can i check in Coldfusion if exist the file: ""?
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You could try downloading it using cfhttp:

<cfhttp url="" method="GET">

<cfif cfhttp.responseheader.status_code eq 404 or not listfindnocase("image/jpg,image/jpeg", cfhttp.responseheader["content-type"])>
  file not there
  file there

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Do u mean remote as in on ur remote server - or ur talking abt some other site altogether ?
micbaAuthor Commented:
Thanks mosphat.
Very good.
You could use the FileExists function.
In the CFIF tag, call the FileExists function and use the ABSOLUTE PATH for the file.
Although I've never actually gotten this to work properly, it's supposed to work.

<cfif FileExists(idPhoto)>

FileExists() only works for local files, like C:\blah.txt. You just need to put in the full path to the file. I don't see how you cannot get it to work properly...
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