You can't do that directly. You can set your web server to
return a default page in a folder if no page is specified. This
page is generally index.cfm. So your search page would get that
name, and you would have the effect you want.
But you need to make the change in default page at the web
server level; there is nothing you can do at the ColdFusion
After setting a default page in IIS or whatever server you
use, you can pull out the cgi variable from the url. for example
www.mysite.com/searchpage. Then it redirects to the default page -
on the default page, you need to pull out the CGI variable, such as
cgi.path_info, and then do a cf include template = "#your
that should get you the effect you need... just search a
little on cgi variables and write your default page.