Converts string content into binary data before putting it into a ZIP or JAR file.
Used only when cfzip action="zip" and the cfzipparam content is a string.
Examples of character sets are:
UTF-16 (optional, default=encoding of the host machine)
Content written to the ZIP or JAR entry. Used only when cfzip action="zip".
Valid content data types are binary and string.
If you specify the content attribute, you must specify the entrypath attribute.
Pathname used: For cfzip action="zip", it is the entrypath used. This is valid only when the source is a file. The entrypath creates a subdirectory within the ZIP or JAR file. For cfzip action="unzip", it is the pathname to unzip. For cfzip action="delete", it is the pathname to delete from the ZIP or JAR file.
Optional filter. Can be either a wildcard filter, e.g. "m*", or a UDF/Closure which accepts the file/directory name and returns a boolean value to indicate whether that item should be included in the result or not.
Optional when passing a filter pattern. This value is used as a delimiter for the patterns. Default is the pipe "|" character.
String added as a prefix to the ZIP or JAR entry.
Used only when cfzip action="zip".
Source directory or file. Used only when cfzip action="zip".
Specified file(s) are added to the ZIP or JAR file:
If you specify source attribute for the cfzip tag, the cfzipparam source is relative to it.
If you do not specify a source attribute for the cfzip tag, the cfzipparam source must be an absolute path.
Recurse the directory to be zipped, unzipped, or deleted, as specified by the cfzip parent tag. (optional, default=yes)