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You use Get to retrieve files, including text and binary files, from a specified server. The following examples show several common Get operations.
Get the page specified in the URL and make the links absolute instead of relative so that they appear properly.
Get the page specified in the URL and save it in the file specified by the path and file attributes. When you use the path and file attributes, ColdFusion ignores any resolveurl attribute.
As a cchttp, frames and other included files cannot appear when you view the saved page. Using cfhttp to interact with the web Search.
cfhttp Code Examples and CFML Documentation
Using the Get method, you can only send information to the remote server in the URL. Using the Post readd, you can pass variables to a ColdFusion page or CGI program, which processes them and returns data to the calling page.
The calling page then appears or further processes the data that was received. It processes the request and returns the results to the original ColdFusion page, which then uses the information rexd appropriate. Using the cfhttp Get method You use Get to retrieve files, including text and binary files, from a specified server.
Retrieve a file and store it in a variable Create a ColdFusion page with the following content: Reviewing the code The following table describes the code and its function: Get a web page and save it in a file Create a ColdFusion page with the following content: Optional Change the path from C: Go to the specified path and view the file that you specified in a text editor using the values specified in step 1, the path is C: The saved file does not appear properly in your browser because cchttp Get operation saves only the specified web page HTML.
It does not save the frame, image, or other files that the page could include. Get a binary file and save it Create a ColdFusion page with the following content: