FYI, this blog post has indicated the same problem same time last year. I am wondering if there is a safer way to use ColdFusion CFFILE to upload files to accept = “image/*, application/-powerpoint, application/-excel. Use CFFILE with the Upload action to upload a file specified in a form field to a Note, The MODE attribute applies to ColdFusion on Solaris and HP-UX, only. more MIME types, each separated by comma, of the file types you want to accept.
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Thanks, I am trying this and it seems like it is partially working. Each value must be specified explicitly.
Specify the structure name in the attributeCollection attribute and use the tag’s attribute names as structure keys. Do not use pound signs to specify the field name. Cfifle attributes must be specified explicitly. A trailing slash must be included in the target directory.
They are set to the results of the most recent cffile operation. The result attribute allows functions or CFCs that get called from multiple pages at the same time to avoid overwriting the results of one call with another.
cffile action = “upload”
After a file upload is completed, you can retrieve status information using file upload parameters. File status parameters are read-only. Status parameters can be used anywhere other ColdFusion parameters can be used. Although the file prefix is still supported, it has been deprecated in favor of the cffile prefix.
What is the best way to do this?