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Redirecting Pages

Thread began 1/04/2010 2:39 pm by donegan | Last modified 1/04/2010 3:24 pm by Jimmy Wu | 572 views | 1 replies |


Redirecting Pages


I am currently using DataAssist to set up my new site.

When I click the "Finish" button in DataAssist 2.0.6 version I am using creates the following folders and pages in my site folder:

WA_DataAssist Folder
WASbSearch Folder

All of these are created in my Site Folder see the attached image.

I would prefer that the pages be create in a DataAssist Folder to keep
all of the documents in one place.

I can not see a place to do this as I work through the Wizard, unless I missed it.

I would appreciate any help in this matter.

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Jimmy Wu

In step 1 of the wizard, you can specify the file name you want each of the files to be called. You can specify the folder you want the files to be created in as well by prepending the folder path to the beginning of the file name.

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