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Paul Cormier

Member since Sep 7, 2010

Recent Blog Comments By Paul Cormier

  • Change In ColdFusion Date::getTime() Method In ColdFusion 10

    Posted on Oct 26, 2012 at 4:41 PM

    Looks like Adobe has "pulled back" update 3 because of problems: [Update: The ColdFusion 10 update 3 will be pulled back shortly because of a few issues in the update. We are working on the fixing the... read more »

  • Extending The Application.cfc ColdFusion Framework Component With A Relative-Path Proxy

    Posted on Sep 20, 2011 at 3:56 PM

    This technique as well as the earlier posted method using cfinclude work great in Adobe Coldfusion (9) but NOT in Railo (3.2.3). None of the application-scoped variables appear to pass through to the Application.cfc in the subdirectory. Instead, the entirety of the application scope contents is: ap... read more »

  • CSVToArray() ColdFusion UDF For Parsing CSV Data / Files

    Posted on Sep 9, 2010 at 9:43 PM

    @Ben, I'm glad I wasn't the only one having difficulty following the logic of that regular expression! The \G is an odd bird that behaves differently in different Regex parsers. To clear things up a bit, there is a problem with your routine when the first field of the first row is blank. I added... read more »

  • CSVToArray() ColdFusion UDF For Parsing CSV Data / Files

    Posted on Sep 7, 2010 at 4:23 PM

    Ha! Of course it ended up being my own code. I added some extra code to handle the first row being column headers or not, and I had an error in there. There should be nothing wrong with the code as posted originally. Paul P.S. Using and significantly spe... read more »

  • CSVToArray() ColdFusion UDF For Parsing CSV Data / Files

    Posted on Sep 7, 2010 at 3:09 PM

    I've been using a slightly modified version of this routine successfully for a couple of years, and on rare occasions I would get an error. I finally tracked down the cause of the errors: When the first field of the first row of the delimited file you are importing is empty, the import fails. Subseq... read more »

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