In a portal environment, an application implemented using Java Server Faces technology can be surfaced as a portlet by creating a JSF portlet. Oracle WebLogic Portal has supported the use of JSF for the implementation of portlets by developing the WLP native bridge since a standards-based bridge did not exist. Starting in WLP 10.3.2, the support for JSF portlets continues to be enhanced with the added support for the JSR-329 standards-based JSF bridge. The new JSR-329 bridge is now the default for JSF portlets which continues to leverage all of the powerful features of WLP.
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Thanks for the reply but I already have a solution, and... I'm sorry but I don't think you answered my question.
here's what I did as I've also read it from other forums..
Redirecting a portlet page into another portal page can't be done inside the portlet .java file. what I did was... I placed the following code inside the jsp page.. it is a simple redirect code.