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cfhttp - Object moved

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Jun 11, 2014

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Guys, I have a doubt with the CF 11.

When put that way chttp CF 11 returns, while making a dump the "Object moved" message

<cfhttp url="http://site.com.br/email/envia.cfm" method="post" charset="utf-8">

     <cfhttpparam type="url" name="IdCodigo" value="#qMaxID.IdCodigo#">

     <cfhttpparam type="url" name="EmaInt" value="#val(arguments.EmaInt)#">

     <cfhttpparam type="url" name="tipo" value="3">

</cfhttp>

And so it works normally.

<cfhttp url="site.com.br/email/envia.cfm?IdCodigo=#qMaxID.IdCodigo#&EmaInt=#val(arguments.EmaInt)#&tipo=3" charset="utf-8"></cfhttp>

He had no problems in CF9, but now the 11 is so.

Anyone know what's going on?

Thanks

Correct answer by HilsoJunior | Community Beginner

I just found an article by Raymond Camden.

The solution to my problem. Follow the link to you as a reference if needed.

http://www.raymondcamden.com/index.cfm/2014/5/22/Important-note-about-ColdFusion-11-and-CFHTTP

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cfhttp - Object moved

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Guys, I have a doubt with the CF 11.

When put that way chttp CF 11 returns, while making a dump the "Object moved" message

<cfhttp url="http://site.com.br/email/envia.cfm" method="post" charset="utf-8">

     <cfhttpparam type="url" name="IdCodigo" value="#qMaxID.IdCodigo#">

     <cfhttpparam type="url" name="EmaInt" value="#val(arguments.EmaInt)#">

     <cfhttpparam type="url" name="tipo" value="3">

</cfhttp>

And so it works normally.

<cfhttp url="site.com.br/email/envia.cfm?IdCodigo=#qMaxID.IdCodigo#&EmaInt=#val(arguments.EmaInt)#&tipo=3" charset="utf-8"></cfhttp>

He had no problems in CF9, but now the 11 is so.

Anyone know what's going on?

Thanks

Correct answer by HilsoJunior | Community Beginner

I just found an article by Raymond Camden.

The solution to my problem. Follow the link to you as a reference if needed.

http://www.raymondcamden.com/index.cfm/2014/5/22/Important-note-about-ColdFusion-11-and-CFHTTP

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I just found an article by Raymond Camden.

The solution to my problem. Follow the link to you as a reference if needed.

http://www.raymondcamden.com/index.cfm/2014/5/22/Important-note-about-ColdFusion-11-and-CFHTTP

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