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(This offer is free and not limited to the first 200 people that apply. Use at your own risk. May cause dizziness, inflammation of the fingers and headaches if you have several hundred queries to maintain. If condition lasts for more than 2 weeks, please call a more experienced ColdFusion developer. Offer not valid where prohibited by over-bearing managers. See the livedocs for more information. For emergencies, please visit Securing Database Access Using the CFQueryParam Tag or Learning Stored Procedure Basics in ColdFusion 8.)


hehe. Funny :)
# Posted By Jeff Coughlin | 8/8/08 12:42 PM
Funny, but not true. If you get an error message in your email it is likely because you already have a cfqueryparam. When you don't get the error messages means the hack was successful. :-)
# Posted By Tom | 8/8/08 2:29 PM
If someone is getting error messages via email, you're right, they _might_ be using cfqueryparam, but they would still want to rub a little val() or maybe even apply a little IsValid() on it ... don't you think?
# Posted By Stephen Withington | 8/8/08 2:52 PM
Stephen, excellent point. Never ever, ever, ever, cfquery without cfqueryparam. For the past two years I have been unable to type in a query variable without cfqueryparam. But wait, there's more, - using cfqueryparam: "enables ColdFusion to use bind variables in the SQL statement. Bind variable usage enhances performance when executing a cfquery statement multiple times."
# Posted By Stefan le Roux | 8/9/08 11:07 PM

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