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Hi,
Is there any free portal application which we can use for intranet application?
to do:
1)Logging of user
2)User will enter data in some table
3)Data will be stored in database table.
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Hi ,
Have you heard about a search engine named google?.. Its the answer to all your questions ... enjoy!!!

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Google might give 73,482 results in 0.89 seconds.Going through each free portal and reading through License and Terms and conditions is painful job.
 
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The JetSpeed portal would do fine. It's an apache.org project.

Might be overkill if that's all you're doing. A servlet/jsp app might suffice.

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You can find thousands of open-source portals on the web. Try to search on google....

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A number of frequently used/mentioned Java-based portals are listed in the http://faq.javaranch.com/java/PortletFaq
 
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Hi

You can use Liferay & Alfresco bith are opensource portals & are very good.
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