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What we need to build portlet application?

 
ankur rathi
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What we need to start building portlet application (IBM portlets)?

JDK, IBM Portlal Server and???

Thanks.
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JDK, IBM Portlal Server
and a good IDE.
 
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I suggest you get a copy of Sun java Studio creator 2 ea 2 and a copy of
sun java studio enterprise 8 , both of them are free and support portlet development .
JSC has WYSIWYG and good support for developing portlet based on jsr-168 by using jsf and jsf portlet bridge.


HTH
 
ankur rathi
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Thanks Jignesh.

Masoud, I didn't get much, but anyway I will not build JSR portlet.

Is there any free (open source) portal server available like tomcat???

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Check the Portlet FAQ for links to Pluto and JetSpeed, two open source Java portals.
 
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Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer:
Check the Portlet FAQ for links to Pluto and JetSpeed, two open source Java portals.


Thanks Ulf.

Hey... Many congratulations for becoming bartender....
 
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Out of these two (Pluto and JetSpeed), which one should I use for my practice (learning)??

Thanks.
 
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Originally posted by rathi ji:
Out of these two (Pluto and JetSpeed), which one should I use for my practice (learning)??

Thanks.


JSC test portlets on pluto which is RI of Portlet and portal spec.
you can use pluto for your learning purpose and then you could deploy your portlet ove one of more advanced portal like
liferay
StringBeans
Exoplatform
which all of them are open source and jsr-168 .... compatible.


hth
 
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Hi,

Now I have IBM portal server, WSAD and our company's portal framework on my machine. I don't want to use this framework. Please give me links that exaplin how to start portlet developement with IBM portal server and WSAD...

Thanks a lot.
 
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hi
best place to learn IBM portal development is
http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/zones/portal/

here you can find tutorial , articles , samples ...
there are many tutorials available for ibm portal.
you can also get 3 books from ibm redbooks domain
from
www.redbooks.ibm.com

hth
 
ankur rathi
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Originally posted by Masoud Kalali:
hi
best place to learn IBM portal development is
http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/zones/portal/

here you can find tutorial , articles , samples ...
there are many tutorials available for ibm portal.
you can also get 3 books from ibm redbooks domain
from
www.redbooks.ibm.com

hth


Thanks a lot Masoud.

 
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Stay away from IBM's Portal. It is not JSR-168, so you're learning a proprietary API.
 
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Originally posted by K Riaz:
Stay away from IBM's Portal. It is not JSR-168, so you're learning a proprietary API.


But we are using that in our project. And anyway both are not much different.
 
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Originally posted by K Riaz:
Stay away from IBM's Portal. It is not JSR-168, so you're learning a proprietary API.


This doesn't hold true with websphere Portal server 5.1. RAD 6.0 can be used to develop JSP-168 prtlet and deployment on WPS 5.1.
WPS 5.0 didn't support JSP 168 portlet API's and used to have IBM's Proprietary prtlet API's.
 
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WPS 5.0 didn't support JSP 168 portlet API's and used to have IBM's Proprietary prtlet API's.


WebSphere Portlet 5.0.2 already supported JSR 168, learn more about it from this article, b.t.w. by Stefan Hepper (IBM), one of the two specification leads of JSR 168.

The vendor specicific programming model by IBM is still supported in 5.1 (quite obvious that customers demand that), but you can for instance combine portlets of both APIs on one portal page.
 
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