Monday Apr 27, 2009

Web Space Server 10.0 Downloads

Web Space LogoThe user-oriented site webspace.dev.java.net  has had download links for a while for our Community and Milestone builds.  Now available are CDDL-based downloads of the 10.0 Final Release, which means you can download without having to have an SDN account or accept the Sun License Agreement.  The binaries are licensed under CDDL.  So easy to use!

Tuesday Jun 19, 2007

Portal Pack 1.3 Beta with IPC Story Board is now available

The Portal Pack 1.3 Beta is now available for download. It has a new feature IPC Story Board which provides  tools support for the Eventing (also referred to as Inter-Portlet Communication) feature supported by Sun Java System Portal Server/OpenPortal Portlet Container.

This version of the Portal Pack is supported on NetBeans 5.5/5.5.1. Check out my blog for a tutorial on how to use this new feature in your NetBeans IDE.

Friday May 04, 2007

What's new on the OpenPortal project site

 OpenPortal

Check out two cool enhancements to the OpenPortal community landing page:

  1. Roadmap – now that the complete production portal server source code is available to the community, we wanted to ensure the community also has visibility to features expected in future source and binary versions e.g. upcoming features like the new Visual Desktop Design Tool, Delegated Administration, etc. We will update the roadmap as new features are added or removed from a specific future release.

  2. Centralized and Categorized Downloads – since the OpenPortal community site is intended to be the main landing page for all related subprojects, we centralized the navigation to all the downloads that are available on sun.com, java.net, netbeans.org, etc. Additionally, we have structured the page to make it easy to find relevant information for the download you are interested in.

We hope you like the changes.

 

Tuesday May 01, 2007

Sun Java System Portal Server 7.1 Source Available in the OpenPortal Community

OpenPortal  Sun announces the creation of the OpenPortal community which will focus on the development of standards-based enterprise-class portal technologies. You can access the OpenPortal community on java.net.

Sun recently contributed the Sun Java System Portal Server 7.1 source into the OpenPortal community.  The source code is a read-only, non-buildable version that you can download from the OpenPortal Downloads page.  A buildable version of the source code will be available later this month, the Roadmap page has more details.

The Sun Java System Portal Server 7.1 includes features such as

  • identity-based content delivery,
  • community framework (including wiki and blog),
  • plugins for portlet development in Eclipse and NetBeans,
  • and much more. 
Developers can now use, reproduce, modify, sublicense and redistribute the portal source code under the terms of the Common Development and Distribution License (CDDL).  You will also find several Developer Resources available on the OpenPortal Downloads page.

Moving forward, all Sun Java System Portal Server development, including buildable source and binaries, will be available in the OpenPortal community.

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