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Struts + Portlets

 
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I want to transform a simple struts application to a portlet application.

I have searched in the net & got few docs but could not get the things working.Do we have any working example on the net or with someone.

can anyone help?asap.

Your help would be appreciated.Thanks.
[ October 11, 2007: Message edited by: Gourav Sharma ]
 
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I'm still waiting for some help while I have been trying to get it work.But in vain.

Your help would be appreciated.

Thanks.
 
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Why did you not start on my webpage? All sorts of free and complete JSR-168 tutorials, all free, and nobody ever goes there! Maybe if I started charging people they'd take a bit more interest.

Here's a link to a full multimedia tutorial on developing a JSR-168 Struts portlet:

Full Tutorials, Start to Finish, on Creating a Struts Portlet for Portal Deployment

Here's the link to the completed Struts portlet so you can test it out yourself. It uses the JetSpeed 2.x bridge. You may have to swap the apache portlet bride out for JetSpeed, and put your own portal server bridge in:

Completed Struts Portlet War File for Download and Testing

There is also a tutorial on JSF Portlet Development, along with best practices, and a whole set of JSR168 portlet development tutorials as well.

And here's some code:

 
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Thanks Cameron for your help.

I was involved with some urgent deliveries so I could not check the post.

I will surely give it a try after I finish my current deliveries.

Thanks once again for your herculean effort.
 
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