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Read them all with cffile. Write a new one with cffile. Details are in the cfml reference manual. If you don't have one, the internet does.
Thx Dan, for the reply, well I have the reference manual right in front of me, and I thought about using cffile, but my experience has been that cffile is very slow so merging say like 20 - 30 files into one with 600 records in each would be somewhat time consuming or if even possible? does anyone know?
By the way, by merging, do you mean simply concatonating or doing some other stuff eliminate duplications.
Not sure about what you find slow with cffile. It's not something that I noticed.
If you are using mysql then you can use the csv table engine which will make life alot easier as you can easily read them into a db then use sql to merge.
Thx for the tips, will have a look at the csv table engine..