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Syed Saifuddin
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Hi Everybody!

I am new to portal and portlets, Please explain the different vendor product and the alignment between them.

Q-1 Jetspeed is a portal?
Q-2 Pluto is a portal?
Q-3 Jboss is a portal?

I used IBM Developer Studio with websphere 5.1. but only 1 or two time.
What I have to change in the portal that I develop by IBM Developer Studio to work on the jetspeed or pluto or jboss.

Another issue is that I heard jee6 do not have any thing about portal and portlet. So this technology is going to dying or it will be reconsider in jee7?

Thank You
Syed Saifuddin


Thank You & Best Regards,

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Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Pluto is a JSR168 portlet container, but not much more.

JetSpeed is a full blown portal server, with all sorts of bells and whistles added that make for a great production environment.

Similarly, JBoss and WebSphere have their own portal servers, that are JSR168 compliant, and then some. For example, WebSphere supports C2A and Portlet Services, not to mention a full, J2EE production environment.

For portlet development tutorials, check out my signature links. They'll really help you get started.

Cheers!

-Cameron McKenzie
Syed Saifuddin
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Hi Cameron W. McKenzie


Pluto is a JSR168 portlet container, but not much more.
/*I think portlet container is a Portal Servwr then what is the difference between pluto and jetspeed*/


JetSpeed is a full blown portal server, with all sorts of bells and whistles added that make for a great production environment.

/*JetSpeed is a full blown portal server and JBoss and WebSphere have their own portal servers so here what is the difference*/

Similarly, JBoss and WebSphere have their own portal servers, that are JSR168 compliant, and then some. For example, WebSphere supports C2A and Portlet Services, not to mention a full, J2EE production environment.

/*what is C2A */
and
/*websphere portlets can work with jboss or jetspeed or pluto*/

Thank You
Syed Saifuddin
Syed Saifuddin
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Joined: Sep 01, 2003
Posts: 130
Hi Cameron W. McKenzie


Pluto is a JSR168 portlet container, but not much more.
/*I think portlet container is a Portal Servwr then what is the difference between pluto and jetspeed*/


JetSpeed is a full blown portal server, with all sorts of bells and whistles added that make for a great production environment.

/*JetSpeed is a full blown portal server and JBoss and WebSphere have their own portal servers so here what is the difference*/

Similarly, JBoss and WebSphere have their own portal servers, that are JSR168 compliant, and then some. For example, WebSphere supports C2A and Portlet Services, not to mention a full, J2EE production environment.

/*what is C2A */
and
/*websphere portlets can work with jboss or jetspeed or pluto*/

Thank You
Syed Saifuddin
 
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