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Making the My Sandbox => Web Forms useful

Question asked by marcus on Aug 2, 2007
Latest reply on Aug 7, 2007 by kvc
I might be missing something, hence the post, but how are people using the "My Sandbox => Web Forms" functionality? A lot of the web forms I use are not configured with a hard set output path, meaning that using this functionality creates content at the root of the webapp, which is undesirable. Is there something I'm missing around functionality that allows you to specify WHERE the content gets created? I've got around this problem in a few cases by having a property on the webform that allows you to select a target folder (an xs:anyURI property), and setting the output path dynamically based on that setting, but it seems like the solution to the problem should be at a higher level, and that I shouldn't be polluting my content model with structural information like that.

Any ideas?