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Portlet using Jetspeed

 
Ajan Balakrishnan
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I don't know if this is the right place to post but i didnot see anywhere else to post. Sorry about that folks.
My question : i'm using jetspeed as my portlalling tool. Currently i have a 2 column layout which is the default. Is there any way we can change this to 3 columns and more. If so please let me know how.
Thanks folks as always
Ajan
[This message has been edited by Ajan Balakrishnan (edited October 10, 2001).]
 
Ajan Balakrishnan
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ANyBody got any idea?
Thanks
 
Ashik Uzzaman
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No idea as i m newbie in advanced Java... rather 2 questions 4 my clarification....
(1) What is Portlet?
(2) What is Scriptlet?

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Andre Moo
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Ajan,
Erm, yes this is not the right place to ask questions about Jetspeed. Hey, here's a ground breaking idea - why don't you check the Jetspeed mailing list archives!!!
Ashik - Erm...
Scriptlets - read about JSP's
Portlets - mini Portals!!!
Andre.
 
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