Gerald asks,

Ray, I am trying to get back to a tabbed page from my process.cfm by checking for the existance of the btn that submitted the form (each tab has it's own unique button for submitting to process.cfm). Then I set a URL var and cfrelocation back to the flash form where the selectedItem="#url.currtab#". Works great except the darn flash form reinitializes every time because that attribute gets changed. How can I do this without causing a recompile of the form?

Yes, it is possible - and this solution comes right from Mike Nimer (aka 'The Flash Form Guy'). Instead of using selectedIndex="#url.currTab#", you can bind the value to a hidden form field. Consider:

<cfparam name="" default="0">

<cfform format="flash" width="400" height="200" name="foo">

&lt;cfinput type="hidden" name="thetab" value=""&gt;
&lt;cfformgroup type="tabnavigator" selectedIndex="{foo.thetab.text}"&gt;

	&lt;cfformgroup type="page" label="Tab One" /&gt;
	&lt;cfformgroup type="page" label="Tab Two" /&gt;
	&lt;cfformgroup type="page" label="Tab Three" /&gt;
	&lt;cfformgroup type="page" label="Tab Four" /&gt;


<cfoutput> <a href="#cgi.script_name#?tab=0">Tab 1</a><br> <a href="#cgi.script_name#?tab=1">Tab 2</a><br> <a href="#cgi.script_name#?tab=2">Tab 3</a><br> <a href="#cgi.script_name#?tab=3">Tab 4</a><br> </cfoutput>

Notice how the value for selectedIndex isn't hard coded, but bound to the hidden form field. Also note how you have to use formname.fieldname when binding to a hidden field. For a non-hidden field, you can just use fieldname. Also note that the selectedIndex for a navigator item is 0 based - in other words, tab 1 is index 0, tab 2 is index 1, etc.

Enjoy - and again - thank Nimer for this tip. (Unless it is broken - then um - it is a Microsoft bug. Yeah, that's it!)