If you really need to save it to a file and display it in the browser, use cfcontent with the file attribute.
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In fact use a template that lets me cfocument reports to word or excel by passing in the extension I want to use along with the other variables I need for the specific report. The first release of CF 7 pre-Merrimack had a significant bug when trying to render an image.
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If you don’t embed them, then the PDF will display with whatever fonts the user has installed. This may not be news to some, but it was to me. If you omit the filename attribute, ColdFusion displays the output in the browser. Use Coldfusion rereplace and replace functions to change the filename to something that doesnt have spaces or special characters. I save the chart as a. If you could be a bug in your computer Presumably, Cfdocument opens the file, serializes it with the correct “PDFish” formatting for image and sticks it in the right spot in the document.
The point is that you may do something between when you create the variable and when you output it. This issue initially caused quite a few headaches with developers.
Are you still running CF11? This NAME attribute is simply an interesting alternative. So as for pre-processing, I’d say there’s not much chance. I had not noticed it that the support matrix said only jdk Of course this causes problems at times because you don’t really think of images relative ccdocument templates. That’s what I meant by the point I made under ‘why might you do this?
The content however is fine because when I save it with extension. Of course, I will credit you for the code. cvdocument
Go to original post. I changed out the.
Then it determines the width of the item in question relative to that original value. I missed a critical line in mycopy-n-paste.
When the page is received by the browser it does a “catalog” of all the resources needed to render that page. The browser must first cfdocumeng the width of the container object, which might be a document, table, div tag etc. Anyone else having similar problems? It “knows” the width in advance. A print document can’t “expand or contract” based on the user environment. When it comes to performance, however, there are a number of things to keep in mind.
Differences between cfdocument and cfhtmltopdf
I suck at XSL too. Have you tried putting the content within canonicalize? Then we started experimenting with everything. So my first bit of advice is to try your best to embed images with a width and height parameter and “pre-process” the images so they can be used “as is” in the PDF file. But Cfdocument doesn’t have that option.
Here’s good news though. Well it’s and I was having this same problem – using MX7 – looks like CF8 has better performance, but we’re not there yet. Anyone deal with this differently? It’s not without it’s detractors, but personally I think it is splendid for what it can do.
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What should the format attribute of the cfdocument tag be set to? I’ll do a new blog entry on it in a moment. Then you could manage that cached result any of the many ways that have long existed for caching other tag results in shared scope variables.