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Ryan Vikander
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Jared Rypka-Hauer and Ryan Vikander are now friends
Dec 2, 2009
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Aug 31, 2009
Ryan Vikander left a comment for Aleksander Rebula
"haha yea I am in a couple of the photos."
Aug 18, 2009
Aleksander Rebula left a comment for Ryan Vikander
"Hey Ryan! I just saw you on Ben Nadel's blog in the header photo. :) http://www.bennadel.com/index.cfm?dax=askben.confirmation#site-content"
Aug 18, 2009
Ryan Vikander replied to Andy Jarrett's discussion Leave your twitter address here in the group CFTwitter
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Aug 14, 2009
Ryan Vikander commented on Aleksander Rebula's blog post The CF Community is too quiet
"Aleksander if you want, you can follow me as well I am @rvikander"
Aug 14, 2009
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Aug 14, 2009
Ryan Vikander replied to Renu Deshpande's discussion How to repeat table header on each page of PDF using Coldfusion 8
"Have you looked into cfdocumentitem? There is an attribute for type="header" or footer or pagebreak. It may help."
Aug 12, 2009
Ryan Vikander replied to Aleksander Rebula's discussion How to pass variables from an invoke to a component
"OH your problem is here: cfif qryItem.pe_id IS NOT 0> cfset MakeBreadCrumb(id = qryItem.pe_id, cnt = arguments.cnt + 1) cfelse cfset reversedBreadCrumbArray = reverseArray(inputArray = breadCrumbArray> /cfif You calling the function again…"
Aug 12, 2009
Ryan Vikander replied to Aleksander Rebula's discussion How to pass variables from an invoke to a component
"First off you have component when it should be cfcomponent"
Aug 12, 2009
Ryan Vikander replied to Aleksander Rebula's discussion How to pass variables from an invoke to a component
"Can you post your function code that you are trying to call?"
Aug 12, 2009
Ryan Vikander replied to Aleksander Rebula's discussion How to pass variables from an invoke to a component
"I am determined to figure this out haha. I am now trying to recreate issue on my local box. Maybe I can get it to break as well."
Aug 12, 2009
Ryan Vikander replied to Aleksander Rebula's discussion How to pass variables from an invoke to a component
"Now being Coldfusion 9"
Aug 12, 2009
Ryan Vikander replied to Aleksander Rebula's discussion How to pass variables from an invoke to a component
"Also, what version of Coldfusion are you running? It may help I suppose because now you can set this.datasource on the application page and you may be getting variable scope issues."
Aug 12, 2009
Ryan Vikander replied to Aleksander Rebula's discussion How to pass variables from an invoke to a component
"opps my bad yes I ment method not function. instead of doing this: cfinvoke component="cfdocs.Recursive Navigation.cfcomponents.navigation" method="MakeBreadCrumb" returnvariable="MakeBreadCrumbRet" cfinvokeargument…"
Aug 12, 2009

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What do you like about CFML
Easy customization, easy to use, extremly powerful.
What other technologies do you use?
XML, Photoshop
About Me:
Web developer from Burnsville, MN. Been using Coldfusion for 5+ years.
Blog
http://www.ryanvikander.com
Website:
http://twitter.com/rvikander
IM nicknames
r.vikander@gmail.com

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At 16:50 on August 15, 2009, Aleksander Rebula said…
Hey Ryan! I just saw you on Ben Nadel's blog in the header photo. :)

http://www.bennadel.com/index.cfm?dax=askben.confirmation#site-content
 
 
 


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