Railo 4.2 Reference
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Tag <CFTRACE>

Displays and logs debugging data about the state of an application at the time the cftrace tag executes.

Body

This tag may have a body.

Example

	<cftrace
[abort="boolean"]
[category="string"]
[follow="boolean"]
[inline="boolean"]
[text="string"]
[type="string"]
[var="string"]>
[</cftrace>]
This tag is also supported within cfscript
	<cfscript>
trace
[abort="boolean"]
[category="string"]
[follow="boolean"]
[inline="boolean"]
[text="string"]
[type="string"]
[var="string"] {
}
</cfscript>

Attributes

The attributes for this tag are fixed. Except for the following attributes no other attributes are allowed.
Name Type Required Description
abort boolean No Calls cfabort tag when the tag is executed 
category string No User-defined string for identifying trace groups 
follow boolean No If true, Railo follows the object defined in the [var] attribute and will log any changes to it. Ignored when attribute [var] is not defined. 
inline boolean No Displays trace code in line on the page in the
location of the cftrace tag, addition to the debugging
information output. 
text string No User-defined string, which can include simple variable,
but not complex variables such as arrays. Outputs to cflog
text attribute 
type string No Corresponds to the cflog type attribute; displays an
appropriate icon.
- Information
- Warning
- Error
- Fatal 
var string No The name of a simple or complex variable to display.

Useful for displaying a temporary value, or a value that
does not display on any CFM page.