ColdFusion was originally developed as a way to readily interact with databases. You can quickly insert, update, and delete the contents of your database by using ColdFusion forms, which are typically a pair of pages. One page displays the form with which your end user enters values; the other page performs the action (insert, update, or delete).
Depending on the extent and type of data manipulation, you can use CFML with or without SQL commands. If you use SQL commands, ColdFusion requires a minimal amount of SQL knowledge.

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