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i'm not sure that using the folder name in the bind statement will work.
Try setting your cfc locations in application.cfm - <cfset REQUEST.CFCLocation="cfc"> something like that, where cfc is the folder name.
Hope that helps a little.
Thanks, will try,
sofar my conclusion is that virtual directories are not accepted in the path.
I think you'll have to do a mapping. You can do it in the admin under
mapping: name: components path: D:\apps\components
CF8 did introduce application.cfc mappings you might look into that as well.
"Hanno1962" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Thanks, will try,
> sofar my conclusion is that virtual directories are not accepted in the
Unfortunately if you want to use a cfc:bind statement you need to have the cfc be somewhere under the webroot. You can not even use mappings, which frankly blows.
From the Adobe LiveDocs:
Using bind expressions
To specify a bind expression, use one of the following formats:
Note: The component path cannot use a mapping. The componentPath value must be a dot-delimited path from the web root or the directory that contains the current page.