Ben Nadel demonstrates how to use ColdFusion’s CFHTTP tag to pull down If you need to read local data, account for a variable number of. Ben Nadel demonstrates how to read custom header values from the set Header values for a response or a CFHttp post – I have never gotten. To do this I use cfhttp to pull the corresponding qr code image file of some Using CFHTTP To Read A Remote File Binary With ColdFusion.
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Reading A Remote File With CFHTTP Using Railo And ColdFusion
The response header is having Transfer-Encoding as chunked and is missing Content-Length. Finally, I used java.
Beginner 5, 3 13 What happens if you browse the url? DanBracuk I am able to read the content of the file.
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I vaguely remember running across this same problem a few years ago. Try adding the following request headers: Beginner, I wish I could be more help than that. I remember problems with chunked responses. But the website’s developer was kind enough to change the responses to include a Content-Length header with the correct value not 0which solved the problem.
Might be worth a shot to contact the site’s admin.
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As long as Content-Length is the correct value, having it chunked or not ought to be irrelevant. URL to get this working: What about using IOUtils. It is a bit simpler, and seems to be bundled with CF Thanks for the info. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook.
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