Fairly simple question. Lets say I have a hunk of code stored in a table. I get said code chunk via a cfc, returning a query string to the page. I access the chunk like so: <cfoutput>#queryName.codeChunk#</cfoutput>. The code is output as it should be, but the coldfusion variables are not rendered. What must I do to output the code WITH rendered codlfusion variables (that lie within the code chunk)?
You could dynamically create a temporary file on the fly, and then cfinclude it back in.
<cffile action = "write"
file = "tmpFile.cfm"
output = "#queryName.codeChunk#">
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