File variables are read-only. Use the CFFILE prefix to reference file variables, for example, CFFILE.ClientDirectory. The File prefix is deprecated in favor of the CFFILE prefix.

CFFILE.AttemptedServerFile
CFFILE.ClientDirectory
CFFILE.ClientFile
CFFILE.ClientFileExt
CFFILE.ClientFileName
CFFILE.ContentSubType
CFFILE.ContentType
CFFILE.DateLastAccessed
CFFILE.FileExisted
CFFILE.FileSize
CFFILE.FileWasAppended
CFFILE.FileWasOverwritten
CFFILE.FileWasRenamed
CFFILE.FileWasSaved
CFFILE.OldFileSize
CFFILE.ServerDirectory
CFFILE.ServerFile
CFFILE.ServerFileExt
CFFILE.ServerFileName
CFFILE.TimeCreated
CFFILE.TimeLastModified

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