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Hi Everybody!

I am new to portal and portlets, Please explain the different vendor product and the alignment between them.

Q-1 Jetspeed is a portal?
Q-2 Pluto is a portal?
Q-3 Jboss is a portal?

I used IBM Developer Studio with websphere 5.1. but only 1 or two time.
What I have to change in the portal that I develop by IBM Developer Studio to work on the jetspeed or pluto or jboss.

Another issue is that I heard jee6 do not have any thing about portal and portlet. So this technology is going to dying or it will be reconsider in jee7?

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Pluto is a JSR168 portlet container, but not much more.

JetSpeed is a full blown portal server, with all sorts of bells and whistles added that make for a great production environment.

Similarly, JBoss and WebSphere have their own portal servers, that are JSR168 compliant, and then some. For example, WebSphere supports C2A and Portlet Services, not to mention a full, J2EE production environment.

For portlet development tutorials, check out my signature links. They'll really help you get started.

Cheers!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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Hi Cameron W. McKenzie


Pluto is a JSR168 portlet container, but not much more.
/*I think portlet container is a Portal Servwr then what is the difference between pluto and jetspeed*/


JetSpeed is a full blown portal server, with all sorts of bells and whistles added that make for a great production environment.

/*JetSpeed is a full blown portal server and JBoss and WebSphere have their own portal servers so here what is the difference*/

Similarly, JBoss and WebSphere have their own portal servers, that are JSR168 compliant, and then some. For example, WebSphere supports C2A and Portlet Services, not to mention a full, J2EE production environment.

/*what is C2A */
and
/*websphere portlets can work with jboss or jetspeed or pluto*/

Thank You
Syed Saifuddin
 
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Hi Cameron W. McKenzie


Pluto is a JSR168 portlet container, but not much more.
/*I think portlet container is a Portal Servwr then what is the difference between pluto and jetspeed*/


JetSpeed is a full blown portal server, with all sorts of bells and whistles added that make for a great production environment.

/*JetSpeed is a full blown portal server and JBoss and WebSphere have their own portal servers so here what is the difference*/

Similarly, JBoss and WebSphere have their own portal servers, that are JSR168 compliant, and then some. For example, WebSphere supports C2A and Portlet Services, not to mention a full, J2EE production environment.

/*what is C2A */
and
/*websphere portlets can work with jboss or jetspeed or pluto*/

Thank You
Syed Saifuddin
 
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