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    Hi Prasantha,

    Do you have access to the following url? Form Spaces

    It's a nice guide about it, my understanding is that you like to build different portals / spaces in TM to publish your forms like https;/mytmurl.com/oneporta/form, https:/mytmurl.com/anotherporta/form...

    I hope it helps.

    Julio.

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      Hi Julio,


      Thanks a lot for the reply.

      I checked the link which you shared but in that what I could see is how to edit / configure already created Form space. Where is no Create a new Form space option in it. On the form space page too we have got only Import buttons but no new button to create one. Could you please help in understanding how to create a brand new Form space right from scratch.


      Thanks,

      Prasantha.

      1. Julio Berrueco

        Hi Prashanta,

        Sorry, just realised we are missing the main thing on there.

        The portals are created with TM installation / set up package. I'm not sure if you have access to it? otherwise needs to be done with a Cloud Hosting request.

        I'm finding out and will come back to you soon.

        Regards,

        Julio.


      2. Julio Berrueco

        Hi Prashanta,

        Assuming that your TM is in AWS,and you have no access to installation packages.

        Please, request the portal creation to ACS Cloud Hosting with the url you want for that space.

        We will add the missing part to the documentation.

        Many thanks,

        Julio.

      3. prasantha

        Thanks a lot Julio. So what I understood from above comments is that one cant create a new space but to raise a request to the ACS cloud hosting to create one.

        But just out of curiosity is there an possibility to download the existing Space's War file, rename it or do some changes to its config file and re-import. Would that create a new space?

      4. Julio Berrueco

        Hi Prashanta,

        I'm not sure, inside the package we could change the config files  like web.xml, but there are a few other classes compiled, and AWS config which are telling me it's not possible.

        Never tried tho...

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