The MIME content type of the page, optionally followed by a semicolon and the character encoding. By default, CFML sends pages as text/html content type in the UTF-8 character encoding.
Applies only if you specify a file with the file attribute.
Yes: deletes the file on the server after sending its contents to the client. No: leaves the file on the server.
Name of file whose contents will be the page output. When using CFML in a distributed configuration, the file attribute must refer to a path on the system on which the web server runs. When you use this attribute, any other output on the current CFML page is ignored; only the contents of the file is sent to the client.
Name of a ColdFusion MX binary variable whose contents can be displayed by the browser, such as the contents of a chart generated by the cfchart tag or a PDF or Excel file retrieved by a cffile action="readBinary" tag. When you use this attribute, any other output on the current CFML page is ignored; only the contents of the file are sent to the client.
The reset and file attributes are mutually exclusive. If you specify a file, this attribute has no effect.
Yes: discards output that precedes call to cfcontent No: preserves output that precedes call to cfcontent. In this case all output is sent with the specified type.