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Portlet container in Weblogic Application server

 
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I trawled through various forums without any answers.

Basically I am looking if oracle Weblogic 11g Application server has any embedded portlet container in it so that I can deploy my JSR 168 portlets on it. I know Websphere AS 6.1 has one. I am not looking to use Weblogic Portal.

In case it does not have, has any body ever tried to embed any external portlet container such as "Open Portal Portlet container" on Werblogic ?
 
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As you mentioned the Weblogic version with Portlet container is Weblogic Portal. I do not know any other ways using weblogic. If you find a way to deploy a portlet container to weblogic server please let us know how?

 
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I am not aware of a way either. But is there a specific reason you do not want to use weblogic portal ?
 
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