cfzipparam

Provides additional information to the cfzip tag.
The cfzipparam tag is always a child tag of the cfzip tag.

 <cfzipparam>

 cfzipparam();

Attribute Reference for the cfzipparam tag

charset

Required: No
Converts string content into binary data before putting
it into a ZIP or JAR file. Used only when cfzip
action="zip" and the cfzipparam content is a string.
Examples of character sets are:
JIS
RFC1345
UTF-16 (optional, default=encoding of the host machine) Values:
  • JIS
  • RFC1345
  • UTF-16

content

Required: No
Content written to the ZIP or JAR entry. Used only when cfzip action="zip".
Valid content data types are binary and string. If you specify the content
attribute, you must specify the entrypath attribute. (optional)

entrypath

Required: No
Pathanme used:
For cfzip action="zip", it is the entrypath used. This is valid only
when the source is a file. The entrypath creates a subdirectory within
the ZIP or JAR file.
For cfzip action="unzip", it is the pathname to unzip.
For cfzip action="delete", it is the pathname to delete from the
ZIP or JAR file. (optional)

filter

Required: No
File filter applied to the action. For example, for the zip action,
all the files in the source directory matching the filter are zipped. (optional)

prefix

Required: No
String added as a prefix to the ZIP or JAR entry. Used only
when cfzip action="zip". (optional)

recurse

Required: No
Recurse the directory to be zipped, unzipped, or deleted,
as specified by the cfzip parent tag. (optional, default=yes)

source

Required: No
Source directory or file. Used only when cfzip action="zip".
Specified file(s) are added to the ZIP or JAR file:
If you specify source attribute for the cfzip tag, the
cfzipparam source is relative to it.
If you do not specify a source attribute for the cfzip
tag, the cfzipparam source must be an absolute path. (optional)


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