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Posted on 2015-01-15
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I recently migrated my CF9/Windows server 2008 to CF10/Windows server 2012.  I have a page that has as cfdump/abort at the top of the page.  I get a blank page.  If I use cfmail to email me the dump, it works.
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Gurpreet Singh Randhawa earned 500 total points
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Can you show some code, how you are doing it, is the cfabort is above the cfdump or like what, i cannot make guesses, just show some code.

Check you application.cfc, if you have specified cfabort somewhere
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by:lanterv
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Currently the code is;

<cfmail to="v@t.com" from="info@t.com" subject="leads dump" type="html">
<cfdump var="#form#" abort="true"/>
</cfmail>
<cfabort />

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I started with;

<cfdump var="#form#" abort="true" />

Open in new window



Now it's working.  I just don't get it.  But I'll go with it.
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by:lanterv
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Thank you.
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