dot notation and cfc

HI there
I am trying to access a cfc from a folder above the current folder im in..

I cant seem to do it.. ive tried everything and looked everywhere.

Is there a workaround to this..

Thankyou
chizzy60Asked:
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pinaldaveCommented:
you should have maped that folder in your IIS or your CF admin and you can access that folder by just referancing it.
Regards,
---Pinal
Tacobell777Commented:
You can map paths in CF admin not IIS.

You cannot call CFCs relatively only absolute.
Tacobell777Commented:
Example, create a mapping to your root folder called /myApp pointing to d:\inetpub\wwwroot\myApp\ (replace with your own values) then you can call any CFC located in that directory as

createObject( "component", "myApp.someCFC" )

createObject( "component", "myApp.someOtherDirectory.someCFC" )

createObject( "component", "myApp.someOtherDirectory.etc.someCFC" )
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chizzy60Author Commented:
how do i mapping if i have no control over the coldfusion admin..?

I dont host it.
Tacobell777Commented:
you need to contact your provider

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jasco4617Commented:
I am going to call the directory that you cfc file is in "someDirectory" and the cfc someCFC

Try this:

<cfset thisPath=ExpandPath("*.*")>

and then call the cfc file like so:  #thisPath#someDirectory/someCFC
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