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CFM File Format

ColdFusion template

CFM stands for ColdFusion Markup language, also referred to as CFML. CFM files can contain code to dynamically generate a web page by accessing a database, generating Flash forms and creating reports as needed.

CFM files can also be used in conjunction with a ColdFusion server to deliver web based applications. CFM files can be opened and edited using ColdFusion 9.

MIME type : magnus-internal/cold-fusion

 

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This was last updated in July 2010
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I was trying to watch a video with windows media player and a notice said " Windows does not recognize this file type." Then in the adds at the bottom of the page was offered programs that would " Instantly Fix and open .CFM File. There is always a hitch. When reading further I discovered the FIX would install tracking of all my internet activity. Sorry No Way will I use these so called FIX IT programs at the expense of my privacy.
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I received an offer to join an organization whose url ends with ".cfm". I had never seen that before and was curious.
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