Join Candyce Mairs for an in-depth discussion in this video Using ColdFusion functions, part of Getting Started with ColdFusion 10.
What I have done up until this point is create and setup for a Tours Update page. …And if I put this into Firefox right within ColdFusion Builder, or whatever …interface you are using, you can see my form fields are populated. …Except my Meals Included isn't quite populating correctly. …What we are doing is storing a zero or one value as the true or false value for meals.…
And when this comes out for the administrators of the database within …this form, I want it to say either yes or no and not have a 0 or 1. …And ColdFusion has many built-in functions available to use within your coding. …And one of them is a function called Yes/No format. …What I'm going to do is use that within this meals area.…
And to do that, I can surround this information with the Yes/No format …function and add my parentheses. So, I'll just take this and move it …within the parentheses. Now, if for some reason your form is not …working correctly, down at the very bottom of the page, which I've been …ignoring up until this point, is a completed form.…
- Understanding static vs. dynamic requests
- Using the ColdFusion Administrator
- Creating, displaying, and scoping variables
- Working with include files
- Pulling data from a database
- Displaying and modifying database data
- Passing data between pages
- Working with form data
- Populating form fields with query data
Skill Level Beginner
1. ColdFusion Fundamentals
2. ColdFusion Basics
3. Pulling Data from a Database
4. Displaying Database Data
5. Passing Data Between Pages
6. Working with Form Data
Redirecting the user5m 5s
7. Inserting New Tours into the Database
8. Modifying Database Data
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