I am using Buedragon's Coldfusion for my application development. I am trying to append a string to a variable and enounter the following error message:
Access violation at address 00403A33 in Module 'Homesite+.exe'. Read of address 00000000.
In the below code, it does not like it when I replace the string "Please provide an Event_Date<br />" with "Please provide an Event Date<br />". All I am trying to do is to remove the "_" in the Event_Date and put a space instead to frame my sentence in simple english. But whenever I try to do it HomeSite+ pops up with the above error message.
<CFIF Event_Date EQ "">
<CFSET Errormsg = Errormsg & "Please provide an Event_Date<br />">
Also, no idea why Homesite would care of you put your <br> inside your string or not -- I put breaks in strings without problem, and also put other tags inside strings. Here is an Adobe article on what
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