Monday Sep 17, 2007

Thanks to OpenPortal, Sun Integration Partner gets it done "now" for their customer

 
Building a successful open source community requires having access to a capable set of individuals/organizations that have a passion for the technology the community represents. Thanks to the success Sun Java Portal Server has had over the years, the OpenPortal project inherited thousands of customers and partners interested in Sun's portal technology. One recent example - ICSynergy, a long time Sun system integration partner, found having access to the Sun Java Portal Server source helped them to resolve a major issue for their customer in a fraction of the time it would have taken in the "old days". Read the ICSynergy story

Monday Jul 02, 2007

Sun Portal now supports EMC Documentum Portlets

Back in January 07, we started a project to support EMC Documentum Enterprise Content Management Portlets in Sun Java System Portal Server 7.1. The portlets in Content Management and Web Publisher categories are pre-packaged Web Development Kit (WDK) components that include Java server pages,  Java classes, and XML files. These portlets  provide core content management and content services for creating, viewing, submitting and publishing various types of content.

eRoom portlets provide a dashboard view into EMC Documentum eRoom and offer the ability to manage multiple project eRooms. 

ECI Services portlet is built using ECI Services framework with adapters to search various repositories, databases and and web sites.

All these portlets are  JSR 168 standard based and customizable. For further details, please visit this link Sun Java System Portal Server Documentum Portlets 

Sunday Jun 17, 2007

Java CAPS Apostles Conference

Apostles ConferenceI was invited to present portal at the Java CAPS Apostles Conference last week @ Singapore. This conference involves Sun Partners, Sales folks around Java CAPS, some around Portal, Java CAPS System Engineering, Partners and Solution Architects who are responsible for customer implementations, POCs, RFPs etc. The  conference usually highlights features of Java CAPS and things being done around it by other products.

This was an opportunity to showcase things being done around the Portal product, Portal around JavaCAPS integrations, NetBeans tooling.

For details regarding what all was presented, which hands on exercises were done, what CDs were distributed, please check out my blog. The conference concluded on a very positive note, giving great food for thought to everybody about integrating Portal with Java CAPS.

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