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Java Standard Portlets vs. PortalBean Portlets

 
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I need pros and cons of using JSR168 and portalBean Portlets
I am using vignette 7.2

Thanks in advance
 
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JSR 168 compliant portlet would be defacto industry standard now a days. I think you can lot of info from web resources or ibm developer networks etc.
Portal bean portlet advantages: You can use all the VAP services using vap api but JSR 168 portlets can't.
 
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Hi,

Portal bean portlets are being deprecated in future versions of VAP.
So better use JSR-168 compliant portlets.

- Surya.
 
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