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Using CF to write binary

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I need to use CF to write a binary file. I am copying from a remote server. I can copy binary with cfhttp, but I cannot write binary because cffile just does a text write.
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Cffile works fine for me

<cfhttp  method="Get"
      getAsBinary="yes"
    url="http://images.google.com/intl/en_ALL/images/images_hp.gif">

<cffile action="write" file="c:\temp\myBinaryFile.gif" output="#cfhttp.fileContent#">

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Thanks aqx. the cfhttp worked excellently.

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