Join Candyce Mairs for an in-depth discussion in this video Viewing query results using cfdump, part of Getting Started with ColdFusion 10.
I now want to show you something that's available within ColdFusion. …To assist you in situations like this where you've built a query, and you want …to find out what results that query contains, but I don't want to have to do …a whole lot of additional code on this page. …Just to see what the query results were. So I'm going to take this built query …page and do a File >Save As. And I'm going to save it as build query …dump, and on the build query dump page, I'll clean this up just a little bit.…
I'll get rid of this extra space in here. And directly underneath the CF query, …what I'm going to place is this CF dump tag, and that's why I called it, build …query dump. And what I'm going to do is output the …results of this query into a variable, and this one is going to be called, …notice there's no query specifically listed here, this one is going to be …called something. Well, how can we reference this query? …Since this query does not have a name. Let me close out this tag before I talk …
- 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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