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New forum area for Adobe Interactive forms

Would it be possible to create a separate thread for the adobe interactive forms? Most of the conversations are under the webdynpro forum, but because people refer to this area by so many different names (adobe, ADS, interactive forms) it is really difficult to do a search for anything specific. (also, you cannot distingquish a post between ABAP interactive forms and Webdynpro interactive forms until you are deep into the message).

I think enough folks are starting to use interactive forms that we can get some good topics going!

Also note: the adobe homepage on SDN needs more visibility. It is buried under too many links. I had to email Matthias Zeller to get the url. I lost patience after about 20 minutes of searching.



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    Posted on Jun 08, 2005 at 02:29 PM

    Hi Brenda,

    Your suggestion is very well taken. We will work on the possibility to create a new forum for Interactive Forms.

    By the way, the Adobe homepage on SDN could be found in the Quick Links' section (right hand navigation) of the Web AS homepage. There is also a short url you could use:



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      A last thought/comment:

      I just went to the WAS homepage. The link is under FEATURED CONTENT under the black/bold heading Interactive Forms.

      I would not equate the adobe home page as "featured content". Now that I have been told, I can find it, but I spent 20 minutes using the forum search to find it and the results were mostly to the links. Maybe a title change under quick links might make it more intuitive.

      thanks for the opportunity to rant a bit.


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