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Tom CF Apr 6, 1:52 am show options From: "Tom CF" <kohlivis...> - Find messages by this author Date: Wed, 06 Apr 2005 08:52:56 -0000 Local: Wed, Apr 6 2005 1:52 am Subject: Using Cfobject Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse hi... Can anyone please let me know how can v use cfobject.. n wat can v do using cfobjects... I dont see anything special related to website designing that we can implement using this cfobject except when we are using some thrid party tool like ...

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    Tom CF Apr 6, 1:52 am show options
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    Date: Wed, 06 Apr 2005 08:52:56 -0000
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    hi...
    Can anyone please let me know how can v use cfobject..
    n wat can v do using cfobjects... I dont see anything special related
    to website designing that we can implement using this cfobject except
    when we are using some thrid party tool like of Java to integrate with
    our application like calendar or CMS or something like that..

    anything else we can so using this cfobject...
    I want to know the strength of cfobject...

    Please guide...

    Regards,
    Tom

    Tom CF Guest

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    Hi

    [url]http://livedocs.macromedia.com/coldfusion/6.1/htmldocs/tags-pb5.htm[/url]

    actually cfobject is used to create objects in CF.
    In CF we can design components for the to implement OOP concept.

    to create an cf component for that we require to create a .cfc file. here we
    can write the methods and proporties for
    a component.

    once you create an .cfc file then you can use cfobject to create an objec for
    this :
    suppose if the object name is like Ccomp.cfc

    <cfobject component="Ccomp" name="objComp">

    here Ccomp is the name of the component and objcomp is the name of the
    object you are creating for this compnent.





    vkunirs Guest

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    Hi srinivas,

    thanks for ur reply, I have a Java applet with me rt now, I want to use this
    in my site,
    the Java applet is for chatting(vmaxchat)... I have no idea abt how can I use
    this in my
    site using cfobject. The one use u told of using it with cfc's, that's pretty
    clear to me
    but now I want to get some integration of CF and Java .... this is not so
    urgent, am doing
    this for my knowledge, so u can reply any time but plssssss remember to
    reply...

    Regards,
    Tom

    Tom CF Guest

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    Can anyone Please help me regarding this...
    Tom CF Guest

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    Default Re: Using CfObject

    you don't need to use cfobject to include an applet on your website. All you do is use the HTML <applet...> tag.
    Kronin555 Guest

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    Hi

    I dont no whats your requirement. if you want use the applet in cf page
    then you can use the cfapplet tag.
    or else simple you want use the methods of that class then create an object
    and then call the methods of that class.

    [url]http://livedocs.macromedia.com/coldfusion/6.1/htmldocs/tags-pb9.htm#wp1101604[/url]

    vkunirs Guest

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