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Weblogic portal Backing file, Preferences and portlet hide/undhide and different skins

Sandeep Rawat
Greenhorn

Joined: Apr 10, 2006
Posts: 4
Hi All,

Could you please answer the below questions:

1) In case of a portal hierarchy Desktop-->Books-->Pages
I need to hide a portlet1 page and show another portlet2 by doing some activity on portlet1
How can I hide and unhide the portlets pages in weblogic portal application.

2) How may ways are there to set the portlet preferences and how to define different preferences for different portlets in a single portal application?

3) How may ways we can implement Backing file? Is it possible to create different Backing files for different portals?

4) How can I set different skins for different portlets?

Please answers the above questions, I am very much confused in these questions and I didnt find much material on these topics online.

Thanks & Regards
Sandy


Kind Regards
Sandy
sansrawat@gmail.com
Andy Kay
Greenhorn

Joined: Oct 26, 2009
Posts: 29
Sandy,

I think you already posted these questions in my blog which i answered there. But still I will try to answer here as well for our java greenhorns!

1. To show/hide portlets, one way is by using backing files. Check oracle documentation.
2. There are many ways to set preference depending upon the portlet you are using. For Java portlets, you can use portlet.xml to set, also you can portlet APIs to access preference values at run time. Even you can set read-only preferences as well. For other portlets like jsp portlets, page flow portlets, etc you can set preference at development level using workshop. Refer the documentation.
3. Backing files are used for doing pre-processing activities for portal resources such as books, pages, portlets and desktops.
4. This i am not sure. You can set different look-and-feel for each desktop.

Hope this helps.
Andy


http://ananthkannan.blogspot.com
Sandeep Rawat
Greenhorn

Joined: Apr 10, 2006
Posts: 4
Hi Andy,

Thanks for your response..

Cheers!!
Sandy
 
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