Honestly, I have never needed to do this myself, but apparently many ColdFusion users have, and several have asked me for advice in the past few days. So …
If you were to store CFML source code in a database so that it may be retrieved via a simple database query, what would be the best way to execute that code? You could, of course, write the code to a temporary file and then
Whether this is a good practice or not is debatable and a separate discussion. For now, has anyone discovered a creative way to do this? If so, please share.
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