The ColdFusion Components created in this chapter (and indeed, throughout this book) are stored within the work folder. This is ideal when learning ColdFusion, but in practice this isn’t what you’d want to do.
Most developers create a specific cfc folder (or several of them) and store all common ColdFusion Components in them. This will make it easier to locate and maintain them. As you have seen, Dreamweaver automatically accommodates for path considerations when generating <cfinvoke> tags.