[thelist] CF Variable Locking and CFLOCATION

Raymond Camden jedimaster at macromedia.com
Fri May 18 12:36:58 CDT 2001

Just got the word back from engineering. We do the right thing w/ the code
below. Although, if you were really worried, you could have done:

   <cflock timeout="30" throwontimeout="No" type="EXCLUSIVE"
     <cfset session.myid = get_max.id>

     <cflocation url="#cgi.script_name#/myid=#get_max.id#" addtoken="No">


Raymond Camden, Principal Spectra Compliance Engineer for Macromedia

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> [mailto:thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org]On Behalf Of Joshua OIson
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> Subject: [thelist] CF Variable Locking and CFLOCATION
> If I store a URL in a session or application variable and use it in a
> cflocation WITHIN a cflock (exclusive), does the lock get released by the
> cflocation?  Or is that a memory leak?
> example:
> [Notice that the cflocation is WITHIN the cflock]
> TIA,
> -joshua
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