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PriteshDhan shah
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Joined: Feb 27, 2008
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Hi,
I am new on portal appilcation. I want to develope one application on portal. I want to know which IDE and what other software is required for that? May I get some sample portal application?

Thank in advance

Pritesh Shah
SCJP 5.0
Sajan Patel
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Joined: Oct 25, 2004
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I have same Question. Which IDE we can use for portal Application.

If I am not wrong we need separate Server also ? is it true.
ankur rathi
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Joined: Oct 11, 2004
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You'll need a portal server (that contains portlet container) to run portlets, application server is always needed for having portal server (am I right here?).

You can choose IBM or BEA or any other vendor or open source products.

IDE: IBM RAD or IBM RSA or IBM WSAD or BEA Workshop can be used to develop portlets rapidly.

HTH.
Sajan Patel
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Can you tell me any Free IDE (not IBM and BEA) on which I can develop Portlet.
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Who said you needed an IDE?

Here's a tutorial that shows you how to develop a portlet with nothing more than the JDK:

Developing Portlets with the JDK and Notepad as the IDE

If you can do it with notepad, then you can use any IDE you want! Why not eclipse? Or NetBeans. You just need the portal libraries, a compiler, and a jar/war utility.

You also need a portal server, but you can get one from apache.org. Download Pluto (very simple) or JetSpeed (more prime time). That's all you need to get started.

-Cameron McKenzie
Jonas X. Yuan
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Suggestions

Portal: Liferay Enterprise Portal 5.0 or above;
Application Server: Tomcat 6.0 or above;
IDE: Eclispe 3.3 or above.


Books: Liferay Portal 6.1 Systems Development
 
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