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Try defining your template url as a xfa entry in your circuit and then include that through <cfinclude> tag that will work.
I tried to implement your suggestions and it didn't work.
do I define the fuseaction in the circuits.cfm file? Is this the syntax:
<cfset attributes.XFA.test = "test">
following from that would this work:
Problem is that when I look at the pattern of how the requests are being set in the circuits file I don't think this is as straightforward as what I've typed above, and my first attempt to implement it did not work.
Since your request to include the tempate seems having a raw value after the fuseaction variable as <cfinclude template="../topStoryDisplay/index.cfm?fuseaction=#attributes.XFA.test#">
Try putting this <cfinclude> tag inside a <cfoutput> block.. That may work..
<cfinclude> does not accept querystring variables. there's really no need... since you're just including the code into the current page, set a variable on the page.
<cfset fuseaction = "test" />
<cfinclude template="../topStory/Display/Index.cfm" />
you don't need to pass a value to the included template since you're pulling the included template into your current page. just set the variable on the current page.