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What is portlets?

 
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Hi,

Can any one please explain what is portlets?

Thank You
Samura





 
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check this

http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&rls=GFRD,GFRD:2007-49,GFRD:en&q=Portlet
 
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Portlets are Pluggable WebSphere Portal Web components,
�Portlets are windows into WebSphere Portal content
�Portlets has multiple states and modes
�Portlets has event and messaging capabilities

Portlets are independently developed, deployed, managed, and displayed
�Administrators can grant access to portlets based on user access rights
�Users can arrange portlets to create a customized WebSphere Portal page

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Hi Murugesan,

Originally posted by murugesan govind:
Portlets are Pluggable WebSphere Portal Web components,
�Portlets are windows into WebSphere Portal content



Correction is required here - WebSphere Portal is NOT the ONLY portal but one of the portals. Portlets are used by portals as pluggable user interface components that provide a presentation layer to Information Systems.
 
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