Creating ColdFusion Application using Fusebox 4.1
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by Babita Baliarsingha
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A Fusebox 4.1 application consists of Circuits. A circuit corresponds to the directory of the application. There are one or more fuseactions in each circuit. A fuseaction is a request handeller. Fuseaction executes one or more fuses. Fuses are individual CFML pages in ColdFusion.

Fusebox requests are made of the server through a central controller called index.cfm. This is the central channel through which all requests pass and that contains several fuseaction methods.

Listing 1

index.cfm?fuseaction=document.login

Here, central controller is index.cfm and it receives the fuseaction message of document.login.

Document is the circuit name and login is the fuseaction name.


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Title: Hi Babitha   
Name: Sunitha Ketepally
Date: 2012-02-01 7:55:45 AM
Comment:
Its really very nice article. I am new to Fusebox framework
Title: hello   
Name: madhu
Date: 2009-05-20 7:59:50 AM
Comment:
It's quite interesting
Title: Nice Article   
Name: Chandrakanta Kar
Date: 2008-07-31 3:07:40 AM
Comment:
This is nice article, for the peoples those working with ColdFusion Application and want to implement FuseBox or Upgrade the previous one for the application.

Good Work.
Title: its a good article   
Name: Abhishek Kumar Singh
Date: 2007-12-20 4:33:45 AM
Comment:
Hi Babita,
nice article containing implementation methods for one of the latest requirement in web world. Surely page impersonation will be more secure.
Good article!!!

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