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Portal with Java

 
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With PHP Nuke or PHP Fusion, etc, whose giveme an administrator interface, that allow me create my portal without writing (or with a little) code.

Somebody can advice me any software similar but with Java?

Thanks in advance.
 
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There are tens of Portal system in java.
portal is not a groupware ,a java portal can be changed to be a goupware by adding enough required portlets.

to find out all portals in java (open source) look at :
http://www.java-source.net/open-source/portals

to find a clone of phpNuke look at:

http://www.jetnuke.org

it is very clean implementation of a groupware like phpNuke in java . you will find it very capable.
 
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Yes, but this list is so large, I would like see some comparative between them...
 
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