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Referencing ColdFusion session variables in javascript code

Posted on 2008-10-01
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How do I reference the coldFusion session variable in javascript. My attempt is shown below.
<script type="text/javascript">
	function handleClick(OffID, SeqID){
 
		//store the selOffers and selSeqOffers in session
		Session.selOffers = selOffers;
		Session.selSeqOffers= selSeqOffers;}
	</script>

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You can't CF session variables are stored on the server.

You could do it via ajax call to a cfc, but not directly.
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