Creates a new hierarchical folder for organizing your space objects. You can create an indefinite hierarchy of spaces. You must create space folders in a permission group with write access or more in order to be able to add volumes to the space folders.
You can create folders to provide a hierarchical storage system for the space objects that you create in the Space Management task, just as you use folders to organize information in a filing cabinet.
The Space tab of the Workspace Explorer displays all the volumes in the workspace in a classification hierarchy that reflects the various relationships defined for the space objects. The content represents the current space objects loaded from the database into the active workspace. When you select a space object in the Workspace Explorer, the object appears highlighted with the select color in the active graphic view. Additionally, the software defaults to edit mode and displays the Edit Volume ribbon, which you can use to modify the selected space object.
Sets options for creating a new space folder. After you have completed the required fields, you can click the Space tab in the Workspace Explorer to view the results.
Displays the Space Folder Properties Dialog Box.
Creates the space folder with the Name and Parent properties that you specify.
Specifies a name for the new space folder.
Specifies a location within the space hierarchy. The new space folder will become a child of the selected parent. Selecting More in the list opens the Select Space Folder dialog box, which displays the complete space hierarchy.
Click Create Space Folder on the vertical toolbar.
Specify a name for the folder in the Name box, or accept the default name.
Specify a parent for the folder in the Parent list.
You can select More in the drop-down list to display the Select Space Folder Dialog Box, which displays the full space hierarchy.