Monday Mar 10, 2008

OpenPortal WSRP version 2.0 milestone 3 available

The OpenPortal WSRP Project v2 milestone 3 is now available for download.  The OpenPortal WSRP Project version 2.0 is now feature complete and will be OASIS WSRP specification compliant whenever the OASIS WSRP specification would be approved.

The OpenPortal WSRP v2 milestone 3 previews the following features, some defined in OASIS WSRP version 2.0 specification.

  1. WSRP 2.0 getResource
  2. WSRP 2.0 Caching
    1. Markup Caching
      1. Expiration Markup Caching
      2. Validation Markup Caching
    2. Resource Caching
      1. Expiration Resource Caching
      2. Validation Resource Caching
  3. Tomcat 5.5 support
  4. Migrated code to the latest WSRP 2.0 schema

You can download the OpenPortal WSRP version 2.0 milestone 3 from the project download page.

 

This is the last major milestone build from the OpenPortal WSRP Project, the future milestones are expected not to add any major new features to the WSRP version 2.0 implementation rather provide pluggable extensions mechanisms to consuming portals to implement some of the WSRP version 2.0 features such as Portlet Management, CC/PP etc.  

Here are some of the documents that are related to this milestone

  1. Whats new in milestone 3
  2. WSRP installation on Glassfish
  3. Milestone 3 preview document
  4. WSRP installation on Tomcat
  5. WSRP User Guide

Stay tuned on the future milestones of the OpenPortal WSRP version 2.0 project. If you would like to keep track of future announcements and additions to the OpenPortal WSRP Project, please subscribe to the announce@wsrp.dev.java.net alias.

If you have questions on how to use the OpenPortal WSRP Project and other comments/suggestions/requests, we urge you to join the users@wsrp.dev.java.net alias.

Please report any issues that you encounter while trying OpenPortal WSRP version 2.0 milestone 3 to issues@wsrp.dev.java.net.

Thursday Feb 07, 2008

WSRP Eventing and Shared Render parameter preview

The OpenPortal WSRP version 2.0 milestone 2 binary is now available for download. The binary along with install instruction is available on the Open Portal WSRP download pageThis is the second milestone release from the OpenPortal WSRP Project that implements the OASIS WSRP version 2.0 specification. The main intent of this release is to preview the following optional features defined in the WSRP version 2.0 of OASIS specification.
  1. WSRP Eventing
  2. Shared/Public render parameters
Pls follow the instructions in coordination preview document on how to test and use these features that'll help you to understand the implementation.

Here are the links to the complete set of documents for this milestone.
  1. Install Instructions
  2. User Guide
  3. WSRP v2 Coordination samples
Stay tuned for more optional feature implementation in the future milestones of the OpenPortal WSRP version 2.0 project. If you would like to keep track of future announcements and additions to the OpenPortal WSRP Project, please subscribe to the announce@wsrp.dev.java.net alias.

If you have questions on how to use the OpenPortal WSRP Project and other comments/suggestions/requests, we urge you to join the users@wsrp.dev.java.net alias.

Please report any issues that you encounter while trying OpenPortal WSRP version 2.0 milestone 2 to issues@wsrp.dev.java.net.

Monday Jun 25, 2007

IPC StoryBoard Explored

If you are thinking of a simpler way to write the shopping cart example from my previous tutorial, check out the new IPC Tutorial. This explains how much easier it is now to drag and drop events with the help of StoryBoard .

StoryBoard is the new Feature introduced in the Portal Pack 1.3 Beta. Right now it provides tooling support for InterPortletCommunication for JSR 168 portlets. The tool will be enhanced in the future to enable support for the Eventing feature of JSR 286 portlets.

Also, checkout Satya's blog to  know more on IPC StoryBoard .

Thursday May 10, 2007

Introducing Eventing Plugin with Netbeans and OpenPortal

 

The OpenPortal Portlet Container provides a custom way to perform eventing between portlets. I have created a NetBeans plugin  demonstrated in the EventingDemo which depicts how easy it is to write portlets which generate and consume events.

The NetBeans plugin with the upcoming Netbeans 6 release, makes it easy to drag and drop the Java code for the portlet to generate/receive events. It also introduces appropriate XML entries in the custom xml file required by the Portlet Container.

Have a look!!!
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