Portal Server 7.1 Update 1 Release Available For Download

OpenPortal Portal Server 7.1 Update 1 is a maintenance release addressing major bug fixes from the previous releases along with some significant new features and enhancements. In particular, this release addresses some of the gaps specifically around community functionality. The new feature set includes the ability to create private  communities, allowing cross community search and management of communities via admin console. Other notable features include the AJAX portal container and the ability to create blogs.

For Solaris and Linux platforms, the release is available both in the form of an upgrade (via patches) and as a fresh install.

For Windows platform, we have taken a simple approach and are making this release available only in the form of a  pre-configured install, without an upgrade option. The main reason for taking this approach is that the earlier release of Portal Server 7.1 on Windows (part of Java Enterprise System 5 bundle) was somewhat difficult to install and required quite a few workarounds to configure the product.

This release simplifies the install experience and speeds up the evaluation and development  process. It is highly recommended that the Windows release should mainly be used for development and  evaluation purposes. 

The Portal Server 7.1 Update 1 release is available for download at this location.

Also note that the Java Application Platform SDK streamlines enterprise application development and improves developer productivity. A new version, Update 3 Preview 2,  is now available for download. In this release the Portlet Container has been updated from the earlier 1.0 beta version to 1.0 FCS.

Comments:

At portlet-container project site, there aren't FCS releases. Where can I get that FCS release, whitout the Java Application Platform SDK.

Posted by Claudio Miranda on July 31, 2007 at 12:57 PM PDT #

At the bottom of this page http://java.sun.com/javaee/downloads/ea/ see the section "Download the Components Independently".

Posted by Ashok on July 31, 2007 at 01:24 PM PDT #

The Milestone 1 build on Download page is the Portlet Container 1.0 FCS release. The download page will be updated to mention this. Thanks for the feedback.

Posted by Deepak Gothe on July 31, 2007 at 08:25 PM PDT #

Will there be a Linux version of 7.1 Update 1. Is there any where I can find a complete tutorial on installing Portal Server (With all it's dependencies) on SuSE? I tried and failed. Here is my post http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=5201202&tstart=0

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