I have a CFC which creates a PDF document which I wish to save to a file. How do I achieve this?
You can use cfpdf tag with destination and overwrite.
omarpta: Tried it and it worked well. Thank you very much! One thing though…I’m trying to include an image using:
<img src="img/DAIRY.jpg" alt="sometext" align="left" width="120" height="120"/>
but it just leaves a blank space. How do I give it an absolute, rather than a relative, address?
Ok, fixed it! Needed to use:
keep in mind that file:// is relative to the user browsing the page, not to the server.
the file will need to exist on the users computer
So what should I use in order to be user-independent?
Images folder is at the root of your site just use:
Thanks for staying with me on this. I’m executing the script in a folder called “root”. Below that is a folder called “assets” and below that “img” which contains DAIRY.JPG. So, my tag looks like:
and it doesn’t find the image.
EDIT: I should have used img src="/assets/img/DAIRY.jpg - that works!