Tuesday May 13, 2008

Voice-over Screencast to Demonstrate the Simple API for Workflow (SAW) Plug-in

The SAW feature in OpenPortal is intended to offer a generic workflow API, to perform human workflow interaction with various workflow engines. This generic workflow API will ship with a default implementation for Java Composite Application Platform Suite. Currently, the Workflow API, Workflow Tag Library, Sample portlets, and Tooling Plugins for developer IDE's are provided in the SAW home page.

In this screencast, you will learn how to:

  1. Perform human workflow interaction with Java Composite Application Platform Suite workflow engine
  2. Add SAW plug-in in NetBeans IDE,
  3. Create a simple web application using the drag and drop features in SAW plug-in 
  4. Create a simple a simple SAW portlet, which lists tasks based on task ID

 

Tuesday Jun 19, 2007

Guide for configuring single sign-on with Java ES 5 communications services

Questions about configuring single sign-on(SSO) with Java ES 5's communications services products (i.e.,  Messaging Server, Calendar server, Communications Express) are very common on the portal's discussion boards. While it is quite easy to configure SSO, it involves a number of manual steps and is hence error prone.

One of the guides that I constantly refer to and also point others when they are struggling with SSO is the Java ES 5 communications services deployment example for a single host. This guide explains configuration of the related components of the Java ES 5 stack. If you already have the communications products installed and configured for SSO then you can directly skip to the section that discusses configuration of the portal's communications channels.

The guide provides only the quick and easy information that you need to get things working. For more detailed information about the communications channels check out the Portal Configuration Guide.

Wednesday Feb 14, 2007

Develop, test and deploy JSR168 & WSRP portlets

Patrice has put together his experience with deploying the WSRP and Portlet Container Open Source Projects. Here is the link to his blog entry.

The goal behind these tests is to be able to demonstrate a complete development environment for building JES Portal 7.x portlets using these open source components for a large CU in France.

 

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