cfobject

hi,

i want to use this: http://www.spike.org.uk/projects/fuservlet/ ------------------- for search engine friendly URLs :)

the site i want to use it on is on shared hosting, they have a sandbox in place so when i run it i get the following...

"Security: The requested template has been denied access to cfobject.
The following is the internal exception message: access denied (coldfusion.tagext.GenericTagPermission cfobject)"

that’s fine because i won't want to use cfobject anyway because of security issues!

my problem is they won't install it as a custom tag for me either, because its not tested, which is fine.

so what options am i left with? can i setup and call it like a custom tag with using cfobject?

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pigmentartsAsked:
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pinaldaveCommented:
Yes.
If you put your custom tag in directory itself you can still use it as cfobject. You will have to write the name of the directory only in path.
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pigmentartsAuthor Commented:
> If you put your custom tag in directory itself
so i put the fu.cfc in the wwwroot/   -ok

i then put an include at the top of my index.cfm page <cfinclude template="../fu.cfc">

> you can still use it as cfobject.
then i get the message..
"Security: The requested template has been denied access to cfobject.
The following is the internal exception message: access denied (coldfusion.tagext.GenericTagPermission cfobject)"







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pinaldaveCommented:
If that is the case,
Your host has put security restriction in CFADMIN to restrict use of this tag.

Regards,
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pigmentartsAuthor Commented:
yep they have, anyway around this at all?
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pigmentartsAuthor Commented:
was told by my hosting company...

You can also create Search Engine Friendly URL's natively with CFML. For an example see Ray Camdens BlogCFC.

anyone know where i can find a example of this instead?
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