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IDE that was used to test examples in the book?

petar banicevic
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What IDE was used to write, compile and build portlets?
Ashish Sarin
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The book uses Eclipse IDE and Liferay as reference portal server.

A separate appendix and codebase exists if you want to deploy examples on GateIn portal. The source code for GateIn portal is located here: http://code.google.com/p/portletsinaction-gatein/. The source code for GateIn and Liferay examples are same, with slight differences to address the specific requirements of portal server. GateIn examples contain a README.TXT file which specifies the changes that were made to the source code to make the example run on GateIn.

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