cfhttp upload file

if somebody upload the file, i will upload that file to my server then rename it then upload it to some other server using cfhttp.


<cfhttp.......multipart="yes" method="post">
 <cfhttpparam type="file" name="imageName2" file="c:\inetpub\photocakes\#imagename999#">
</cfhttp>

it keeps returning 400 bad request error. can you tell me why?
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_agx_Connect With a Mentor Commented:
There can be all sorts of reasons for a 400 error. So we need more information.
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_agx_Commented:
It looks okay, assuming you've got a valid URL in there too.  Dump the response. What's the full error?

<cfdump var="#cfhttp#">
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StewSupportAuthor Commented:
just 400 bad request and the error is at this line
 <cfhttpparam type="file" name="imageName2" file="c:\inetpub\photocakes\#imagename999#">
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_agx_Commented:
If you dump the cfhttp scope there has to be more information than just an error.  What's the url? Just xxxx out the company name if needed.
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StewSupportAuthor Commented:
sorry i can't provide the url. thanks for your help
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_agx_Commented:
I understand. Developers can't always disclose url's (or other info). But you can always replace anything confidential/proprietary with psuedo values like "xxx" or "abcxyz.com".  It's a pretty common practice.  Often times (though not always) it's enough to help others diagnose the problem.

While I do appreciate the points :) , unfortunately I wasn't able to answer your question. So IMO, I would delete this question and have your points refunded, rather than archiving an unanswered question in the PAQ's.  If you choose to do that, I wouldn't be offended. Just use the "Request Attention" link in the 1st post, and the moderators will assist with it shortly.

Cheers.
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