ColdFusion MX and Alternate File Extensions

By default, ColdFusion process .cfm and .cfc files. If you’d like to add extension mappings (so that ColdFusion will process other file types) you’ll need make any extension association changes in your Web server, and also modify the web.xml file adding a section for you new extension (the best way to do this is to copy the one for .cfm files, paste it, and edit it). Make sure ColdFusion is not running while you make this change. (Applies to: ColdFusion MX)

3 responses to “ColdFusion MX and Alternate File Extensions”

  1. Marco Avatar

    Hi Ben
    this is legal? Or not?

  2. Ben Forta Avatar
    Ben Forta

    Sure, why would it not be?

  3. Axel Avatar

    Ben, is this still valid for CF8? Any tips?
    Thanks much

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