RE: [coldbox:6010] Re: handler calling model

Your User.cfc needs to be in the model directory, and you need to have a
mapping for it in /config/ModelMappings.cfm (I believe). This is what I
have done in my stuff and it has worked fine.

In the ModelMappings.cfm, I do not believe you *have* to have an alias.
If you don't, the alias is automatically defined as the last part of
your actual model name delimited by the .

Kevin

No you don't need a mapping for it in the model mappings. You only need to
do this if you want to alias them or they are in a different directory path
than the convention.

Regards,
Andrew Scott
http://www.andyscott.id.au/

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Subject: RE: [coldbox:6011] Re: handler calling model

Your User.cfc needs to be in the model directory, and you need to have a
mapping for it in /config/ModelMappings.cfm (I believe). This is what I

have

done in my stuff and it has worked fine.

In the ModelMappings.cfm, I do not believe you *have* to have an alias.
If you don't, the alias is automatically defined as the last part of your

actual