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> I cannot use CFFTP, and CFFILE does not allow HTTP adress,
> It should be something like CFFILE but on HTTP protocole ?
So how about the <CFHTTP...> tag then?
The documentation on your system or the intranet has all the details.
CFHTTP allow me to get the HTTP file and display the image on my screen,
but cannot save it on the HardDisk.
The only tag manipulating files is : CFFILE, but it asks for an adress like : c:\localdirectory\
in an <input type="file"> tag.
cfhttp can get the file and store it in a variable.
cffile can write that variable to disk.
when you look up these tags in the cfml reference pay attention to the
various attributes they accept.
> CFHTTP allow me to get the HTTP file and display the image on my screen,
> but cannot save it on the HardDisk.
Yes, it can. Did you look at the documentation as suggested. Specifically the file and path attributes?