JSR 286 Eventing Portlet Example and XML Portlet Available in Portlet Repository

touripc portlet

Check out these portlets that were recently added to the Portlet Repository!

The Tour IPC Portlets showcase an example of using JSR 268 Eventing for interportlet communication.  There is a tour list portlet that contains a listing of tour locations and the date of the next tour.  When the user selects a tour from the list the tour detail, tour map, and tour weather portlets are updated with information about that tour.

The XML Portlet is a simple portlet that performs an XSL translation on an XML file. The XML and XSL files are specified in the portlet preferences

You'll find the binary, source code, and documentation for all of these portlets and several others at the Portlet Repository Downloads page.  If you didn't find the portlet you were looking for or you'd like to contribute a portlet, then drop us a line and let us know.

Comments:

thank you very much

Posted by mirc on February 21, 2008 at 05:05 AM PST #

thanks

Posted by mirc indir on February 21, 2008 at 05:07 AM PST #

thanks for apologies

Posted by forum on February 21, 2008 at 05:08 AM PST #

From List portlet's view.jsp:

<a href="<%=aURL.toString()%>&name=<%=name%>&guide=<%=guide%>&desc=<%=desc%>&wc=<%=wc%>&mc=<%=mc%>" class="unselected">

This doesn't seem to be JSR 286 standard way of passing parameters. See JSR 286 spec PLT.11.1.1.1

"As portlet URLs may be ECMA script functions that produce the required URL only on
executing the URL the portlet should not simply add additional query parameters to a
portlet URL on the client."

Posted by portaldev on April 03, 2008 at 06:51 AM PDT #

thanks..

Posted by mirc on September 03, 2008 at 09:03 PM PDT #

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