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Jahnavi Kondapaneni
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Joined: Jan 25, 2008
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Hi all,
I am new to Portal technology.Can you suggest me a proper book or any site which would help to know more about the same.I would also like to know more about the features of the Portal server

Regards,
Janu
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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I've actually got a website full of free portlet tutorials. It includes code samples and video tutorials. I use rational application developer in the tutorials, but the portlets are JSR168 compliant, so the code and the process will work for any JSR-168 compliant server.

Portlet examples and JSR168 tutorials

For full disclosure, the site is designed to help promote my book on portlet development. I think it's a darned good book for you to read, but I can't say I'm not biased.

Keep posting questions here in this forum and we'll try to minimize your frustration, and speed you up in your knowledge of portlets.

Good luck!

-Cameron McKenzie
Jonas X. Yuan
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Joined: May 18, 2008
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When you plan to build an amazing website based on a portal, you may commonly consider a lot of questions. Some of them would look like the following:

Are you planning to build a website with an open source enterprise portal solution using SOA framework, ESB and Web 2.0 technologies?

Do you want to add collaborative tools, such as Wikis, Blogs, Discussion Forums, Shared Calendar, RSS, mail, Tagging, and instant messaging in the same website?

Do you want to manage, publish and maintain web contents and documents in the same website?

Are you eager to integrate with LDAP, SSO and third-party systems like JBoss jBPM, Alfresco, Orbeon Forms, and Pentaho BI/Reporting in the
same website?

Obviously Liferay would be the best choice in terms of answering the above questions. Liferay Portal is one of the most mature portal frameworks in the market and offers the above basic benefits. Liferay is backed by a comprehensive professional services network and it offers custom development, training, and support across the world.

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Books: Liferay Portal 6.1 Systems Development
Marko Kencheto
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Joined: Jan 15, 2008
Posts: 33
open source of such quality as Liferay Portal is very cool!
Rinaldo Bonazzo
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Joined: Feb 20, 2008
Posts: 1
I can suggest you the Open source project jAps Portal
http://www.japsportal.org/jAPSPortal/pages/en/homepage


jAPS Portal is a mature and easy to use portal frameworks. jAPS offers custom development, training, and support.

Regards
Rinaldo

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Jahnavi Kondapaneni
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Joined: Jan 25, 2008
Posts: 56
I want to know if any specs is available for Portals?
If so can you let me know the link for the same
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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