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Difference between click-2-action and message

 
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hi,
I have 2 question
1) In websphere portal development, when trying to pass request between portlets inside a portal page, I think there 2 ways (may be many ways) of doing this. one is thro click-2-action and other is sending messages to the portal. are these 2 ways are same or different. What is the actual difference between these two.what is the standard way to communicate between portlets within a page.
2) I most of the tutorial I saw, they are using "org.apache.jetspeed" api for developing the portal. Is this is only api recommended by IBM for developing the portals or are there are any other portal API available and used.
Please answer the above 2 question.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Sivaraman.L
 
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