Are you using <cfprocessingdirective suppressWhiteSpace="yes"> already?
Did set the Enable Whitespace Management, shouldn't that supercede the <cfprocessingdirective suppressWhiteSpace="yes">..?
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I can't recall offhand, but I checked my dev CF8 server's settings, and find whitespace management is enabled. Still, I use <cfprocessingdirective suppressWhiteSpace="yes"> in my templates invoked via AJAX, because if I recall there still was extraneous whitespace. No harm in trying.
I have no problem trying, it is just that I don't have the leverage to tell the client try this and that. Can't really test on our environment since it is working fine. I just don't get how a SELECT statement would generate random amount of whitespace.
I guess I should quitely try <cfprocessingdirective suppressWhiteSpace="yes"> in the future. For now, a bunch of wastefull TRIM...
As well as the cfadmin white space management setting, the <cfprocessingDirective...> tag and the <cfsilent...> block, don't forget there is also the <cfsetting enableCFOutputOnly="true"> that can be used to control whitespace.
With this option only content inside of <cfoutput>...<cfoutput> block get rendered to the client response.