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Save web application preferences

 
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Hi all,

I built a web application using JSF which allows user integrate different modules into the page (like IGoogle). I would like to know what is the best way to save user's preferences such as which modules are loaded their locations and so on.

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It seems you have reinvented the wheel. That's the kind of capability you get from JSR 168 or JSR 286 portlet technology. Just have a look at some Liferay screenshots.

Anyway, given that you have already done something, you might have to go about writing a custom preferences management approach.
 
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