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JSR-168 ( LifeRay & Exo )

Arnold Reuser
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I was wondering if there are people out there who have already compared LifeRay with Exo and could make a choice based on their requirements and/or on the features both product have. Because I'm going in the same process and maybe I can learn from the conclusion you've made. Other portletcontairs I've seen are JBoss Portal 2.0, Jetspeed2, uPortal and Pluto, ..
[ November 25, 2004: Message edited by: Arnold Reuser ]
 
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