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Hi all I've created about 30 Server Behaviors (using the "New Server Behavior" feature in DMX) and I'm wondering if it's possible to create subfolders in the Server Behavior list so that I can organize these better. (For example, there's a "Dynamic Form Elements" folder, "User Authentication" folder, etc.) Thanks in advance! j...

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    Default Add Folders to SB List

    Hi all

    I've created about 30 Server Behaviors (using the "New Server Behavior"
    feature in DMX) and I'm wondering if it's possible to create subfolders in
    the Server Behavior list so that I can organize these better. (For example,
    there's a "Dynamic Form Elements" folder, "User Authentication" folder,
    etc.)

    Thanks in advance!

    j


    Jared Cobb Guest

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    Default Re: Add Folders to SB List

    I think I figured it out. Maybe someone can confirm that this is okay to
    do, or slap my hand if it's not. =)

    I found that the SBs are actually HTML and XML files stored in the user's
    Application folder in Windows. When you create a subfolder in *Windows* and
    then move the files in there, it works. Also, you need to edit the relative
    paths of the linked .js files so that you don't get an error. It worked for
    me this time, can anyone think of a reason I wouldn't want to do it this
    way? Thanks!

    j

    "Jared Cobb" <forumsNO-SPAMjaredcobb.com> wrote in message
    news:bf3tm0$kjl$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > Hi all
    >
    > I've created about 30 Server Behaviors (using the "New Server Behavior"
    > feature in DMX) and I'm wondering if it's possible to create subfolders in
    > the Server Behavior list so that I can organize these better. (For
    example,
    > there's a "Dynamic Form Elements" folder, "User Authentication" folder,
    > etc.)
    >
    > Thanks in advance!
    >
    > j
    >
    >

    Jared Cobb Guest

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    Default Re: Add Folders to SB List

    In article <bf3usi$mr2$1forums.macromedia.com>, forumsNO-
    SPAMjaredcobb.com says...
    > I found that the SBs are actually HTML and XML files stored in the user's
    > Application folder in Windows. When you create a subfolder in *Windows* and
    > then move the files in there, it works. Also, you need to edit the relative
    > paths of the linked .js files so that you don't get an error. It worked for
    > me this time, can anyone think of a reason I wouldn't want to do it this
    > way? Thanks!
    Yes, it works as you say :)

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    Michele
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