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troubleshooting Question

Getting Contacts From Gmail

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Gurpreet Singh RandhawaFlag for Canada asked on
Web Development SoftwareWeb ServersColdFusion Language
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Hi Experts, i am using Ray's Tag for fetching Contacts From my Gmail Account. Althouh it fetched correctly and showed in a cfdump var which have structs and arrays inside that. so i am really confused how to use that.

i will attached the list here how the results are coing. just show me a way how can i use them in real code like:

display a checkbox against each email address.

the code is below:

<cfapplication name="gContacts">
<cfset url.reinit = 1>	
<cfif not structKeyExists(application, "gContacts") or structKeyExists(url, "reinit")>
	<cfset application.gContacts = createObject("component", "#request.cfcPath#.GoogleContacts").init("cool@gmail.com","cool")>
<cfset contacts = application.gContacts.getContacts()>
<cfdump var="#contacts#" label="Contacts" expand="true">	
the file is attached.
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