Naming and organizing and fragments

An easy way to organize fragments is to create folders that represent categories of forms and store the fragments in a common folder under each category. The common folders under each category of forms hold fragments common to those forms. It is also good practice to create a common folder outside the categories of forms to hold fragments that are common across all forms (for example, fragments such as a company logo or address in the common folder).

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Example of folder structure that includes fragments

Make sure that you use a unique name for each fragment and that you add information about the purpose of the fragment in the Description box.

When stored in the LiveCycle repository, the only way to view the fragment information is to open the fragment and view the information. Properly naming the fragment can make it easier for form authors to find the fragment they want to use.

You can maximize content reuse across teams by creating a fragments catalog and distributing it to form authors. For example, create a form design that displays all the fragments that are available in the fragment library in logical order. The fragments catalog provides a central location to view all fragments and obtain information about them.

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