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any relationship between JSR-168 and weblogic portals?

 
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Is there any relationship between JSR-168 and weblogic portal and websphere portals.

is weblogic and websphere portals are implementation of JSR-168?
 
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here are a couple links I found on BEA's website --- hopefully they answer some of your questions:

Developing JSR 168 Portlets with WebLogic Portal 8.1 -- has a pros/cons table comparing BEA-specific portlets vs JSR-168 portlets.
Tech Talk: WebLogic Portal Server and JSR 168 this is a video interview, I haven't watched it yet, but it looks like it has potential.

Keep in mind that using non-JSR-168 portlets will lock you in to a particular vendor. If you use a JSR-168 compliant portlet -- then you can switch among the various portal-vendors.

Hope that helps.
 
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