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Chapter 16. Using WDDX

IN THIS CHAPTER

Introducing WDDX 409

Using WDDX with ColdFusion 412

Anatomy of a WDDX Packet 420

Using WDDX Packets to Store Information in Files 423

Other Places to Store WDDX Packets 437

Exchanging WDDX Packets Among Web Pages 439

Binary Content in WDDX Packets 446

When you're developing Web applications with ColdFusion, you often deal with complex chunks of data, such as structures, recordsets returned from queries, and arrays. Often, you need to save that data to disk, store it in a database, or move it from one place to another. Sometimes you even need to pass these chunks of data between environments. For instance, you might want to move information from ColdFusion to JavaScript or from a .NET application to PHP or Java or ColdFusion.


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