<CFHTTP> [<CFHTTPPARAM>] ... </CFHTTP>
Performs HTTP and HTTPS GET and POST operations on remote web servers.
CFHTTP uses the HTTP GET or POST
The full URL of the remote web page to GET or POST to. If you are
trying to resolve a URL that doesn’t end in a filename (such as
http://www.myserver.com), and you
RESOLVEURL attribute to
Yes, you need to supply a trailing forward slash
this attribute in order for certain URLs (such as those in
IMG tags) to resolve properly. Additionally, a
port number may be appended to the URL.
(http://www.myserver.com:8080/). If a port
number is appended to the URL, it overrides any value set with the
PORT attribute. Required.
Yes causes any partial or relative URLs embedded
in the retrieved document to be fully resolved, so that all links in
the document remain valid. Optional. The default is
Whether or not to allow a
CFHTTP request to be
automatically redirected. If set to
CFHTTP request fails upon encountering a redirect.
THROWONERROR attribute is set to
Yes, an error code and message are written to the
CFHTTP.Status_Code return variable. You can see
where a request would have been redirected by referencing the
LOCATION key in the
CFHTTP.ResponseHeader structure. The
CFHTTP tag can follow up to five redirections per request. If the limit is exceeded, ColdFusion ...