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Content Management System and Login Portlet

Sowjanya Venkiteela
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Joined: Nov 25, 2009
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Dear All,

1.I had a requirement like picking the static content from Content Management System in server.

This we are doing in Weblogic.The same I have to implement in JBOSS.

2.I want to get the code for built in portlet(Login Portlet) in JBOSS and need to do customize that according to our requirement.

Can you please help in this to get JBOSS Login Portlet.

Thanks in Advance,
Sowjanya.V.R
Peter Johnson
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1. I guess that I do not understand this question.

2. Did you download the JBoss Portal source? It should be in there. (By the way, what do you mean by the "Login Portlet"? Are you really saying that you want to change how login is done for the portal? Because login is not handled by a portlet.)


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Sowjanya Venkiteela
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Joined: Nov 25, 2009
Posts: 17
Thank you for your quick response.


My requirement is as follows:

1.After Login,I had home page.There I want to include a textbox for multi-lingual purpose.

I want to know the portlet which is used as home page after login.


2.I want to include My content in CMS and use these in my portlet.I know how to include my html files in the server.But,I want to know

how to utilise these contents in the portlet.

Is there any seperate .war file to be downloaded from net or some forums.

Thanks in Advance,
Sowjanya.V.R
Peter Johnson
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Have your read the JBoss Portal documentation?
Also, this presentation might help: http://community.jboss.org/wiki/CustomPortal
Finally, JBoss in Action has two chapters on the Portal and provides enough information to answer your questions.

Sorry to be so vague, but there are multiple ways to accomplish your goals, and you need to do some reading first to determine what your options are so that you can make an informed decision as to which option to take.
 
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