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Deploying portlet in Jetspeed

Shashidhar Yarabati
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I deployed the helloworld portlet Jetspeed2. Looks fine. Working fine.

What I want is, I don't want to see all the remaining portlets.
Means like I want to see like servlets application. We deploy war over there, then we open that particular link/url then it opens JSP/Servlets.

Like this I want to see only HelloWorld Portlet application nothing else, like web/servlets application

I hope you understand what I am trying to say.

Can any one help me out.


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Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Well, if you maximize the portlet, all of the other portlets on the page will disappear. Is that what you mean by only seeing the Hello World Portlet in JetSpeed?

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Shashidhar Yarabati
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Thanks for the reply.

If you rememeber web application with servlets/JSP, first we will create war file and deploy in server/container. Then we will go to specific url which intern runs servlet.
Like: http://localhost:8080/HelloWorld - this runs corresponding servlet/JSP then opens HelloWorld message from Servlet/JSP. This new response will be in new plain page.

Exactly I want to see like that. My client don't want to see all these stuff like add portlets he needs. Well we can give options but I want to custimize entire page. I don't want let them to see any of server related information in my page. I want to let them to see only few portlets(which I allows him to see or which he interested to see) nothing else...

I hope you understand
[ July 09, 2008: Message edited by: Shashidhar Rao ]
Joe wood
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Originally posted by Shashidhar Rao:
Thanks for the reply.

If you rememeber web application with servlets/JSP, first we will create war file and deploy in server/container. Then we will go to specific url which intern runs servlet.
Like: http://localhost:8080/HelloWorld - this runs corresponding servlet/JSP then opens HelloWorld message from Servlet/JSP. This new response will be in new plain page.

Exactly I want to see like that. My client don't want to see all these stuff like add portlets he needs. Well we can give options but I want to custimize entire page. I don't want let them to see any of server related information in my page. I want to let them to see only few portlets(which I allows him to see or which he interested to see) nothing else...

I hope you understand

[ July 09, 2008: Message edited by: Shashidhar Rao ]


I can understand your mean. I think first you must know why do you use portal? portal is a integration and customize for customer.
you can do it at was or resin if you just want that you say.
BTW, you can define the role that access to the portlets or portlet application,then you can do it!
 
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