dump

Outputs the elements, variables and values of most kinds of CFML objects. Useful for debugging. You can display the contents of simple and complex variables, objects, components, user-defined functions, and other elements.

Returns: void

Usage

dump( [ var [, expand [, format [, hide [, keys [, label [, metainfo [, output [, show [, showUDFs [, top [, abort [, eval ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] )

Arguments

Argument Description
var
(object, optional)

Variable to display.

expand
(boolean, optional)

expands views

format
(string, optional)

specify the output format of the dump, the following formats are supported: - simple: - a simple html output (no javascript or css) - text (default output="console"): plain text output (no html) - html (default output="browser"): regular output with html/css/javascript - classic: classic view with html/css/javascript

hide
(string, optional)

hide column or keys.

keys
(numeric, optional)

For a structure, number of keys to display.

label
(string, optional)

header for the dump output.

metainfo
(boolean, optional)

Includes information about the query in the cfdump results.

output
(string, optional)

Where to send the results: - console: the result is written to the console (System.out). - browser (default): the result is written the the browser response stream.

show
(string, optional)

show column or keys.

showUDFs
(boolean, optional)

show UDFs in cfdump output.

top
(numeric, optional)

The number of rows to display.

abort
(boolean, optional)

stops further processing of the request.

eval
(string, optional)

name of the variable to display, also used as label, when no label defined.

Examples

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