Thursday Oct 11, 2007
Friday Oct 05, 2007
By user12617983 on Oct 05, 2007
Ajit from the Portal group has added a brilliant set of tips in his blog that will be useful for all Portal users and administrators. The tips cover administration and configuration topics for the Portal and SRA.
Here's a list of all the tips on his blog
Monday Sep 24, 2007
Thursday Sep 20, 2007
By Mahipalsinh Rana on Sep 20, 2007
Student: Master, After reading this I got idea of what is AJAX , AJAX Table Container.
But I want to know how AJAX become international hero?
Zen Master: To be international hero , AJAX got Internationalized to reach global world. How? , I would suggest you to read here Technical note on AJAX I18n in Portal Server.
Wednesday Sep 19, 2007
By trajesh on Sep 19, 2007
Portlet Specification, 2.0 (JSR 286) adds new features like events,
public render parameters, resource serving, and portlet filtering to
Specification, 1.0 (JSR 168). Portlet Container 2.0 Beta provides a preview of
these new features as defined in the JSR 286 Public Draft 1.
You can download the same from here. Here are some links to related resources
The Portal Pack 2.0 Beta (NetBeans Portlet Plug-in) is available as a separate download that helps developers to develop, deploy and test portlets onto the Portlet Container 2.0 Beta.
Monday Sep 17, 2007
By maldonado on Sep 17, 2007
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
Friday Sep 14, 2007
By dpolla on Sep 14, 2007
Check out these portlets that were recently added to the Portlet Repository!
The Tour IPC Portlets showcase an example of using JSR 268 Eventing for interportlet communication. There is a tour list portlet that contains a listing of tour locations and the date of the next tour. When the user selects a tour from the list the tour detail, tour map, and tour weather portlets are updated with information about that tour.The XML Portlet is a simple portlet that performs an XSL translation on an XML file. The XML and XSL files are specified in the portlet preferences
You'll find the binary, source code, and documentation for all of these portlets and several others at the Portlet Repository Downloads page. If you didn't find the portlet you were looking for or you'd like to contribute a portlet, then drop us a line and let us know.
Tuesday Sep 11, 2007
By Neelabhra Haldar on Sep 11, 2007
Documentum portlets are now available for Sun Java System Portal Server. These portlets from Documentum provide Documentum Content Management functionality, including tasks like creating, locating, viewing and managing all types of content. Documentum eRoom, Web Publisher and ECI Services portlets can now be integrated and deployed in Sun Java System Portal Server.
The following screencast demonstrates integration and deployment of these portlets in Sun Java System Portal Server -- Documentum Portlets Screencast .
Thursday Sep 06, 2007
By atul on Sep 06, 2007
The componentization strategy, or as some call it, the consumables strategy (read an earlier blog entry and/or this SDN article for background) being executed by the OpenPortal community has hit another important milestone.
As reported earlier, along the lines of the Portlet Container component having been integrated into the Enterprise-class Portal Server implementation in the OpenPortal community; next the WSRP implementation has followed suit. Rajesh describes the new development here.
Thursday Aug 30, 2007
By Prakash Radhakrishnan on Aug 30, 2007
With Portal Server 7.2, the steps to install portal on an AS cluster is
straight forward. It is just like creating multiple portal instances the
only difference being the instances belong to a cluster. The only
additional attribute to be set for the cluster specific instance is the
All it requires is to create an AS cluster with the required number of instances and create a portal instance for each of the clustered application server instances.
The cluster setup instructions page specifies how to create a simple cluster setup with 2 instances managed by a load balancer.
a new instance to the cluster is also straightforward. Create an
application server instance (e.g. newinstance) belonging to the
cluster (e.g pscluster). Then create a portal instance pointing to the
created appserver instance and the appserver cluster i.e, set
WebContainerInstanceName=newinstance and ClusterID=pscluster in the
WebContainer.properties.SJSAS91 file and run psadmin create-instance.
Monday Aug 27, 2007
By manishkg on Aug 27, 2007
Filters are Java components that allow on the fly transformations of information in both the request to and the response from a portlet.
Thursday Aug 23, 2007
By vihangpathak on Aug 23, 2007
As indicated in one of the previous blog entries, the SAW API and its implementation for Sun Java CAPS is now available for download here.
Lot of exhaustive material viz. Understanding SAW, SAW User Guide, Java Docs of the API and its implementation for Sun Java CAPS are provided. Please go through them and let us know your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. Do check out this blog for more details
There are many more things viz. Out of the box task management portlet, Netbeans Tooling to develop workflow portlets on their way. Do explore, join SAW and help us enrich it.
Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com and we would be happy to answer any question regarding SAW.
By karthiksudarshan on Aug 23, 2007
Tuesday Aug 21, 2007
By wesleybu on Aug 21, 2007
The Public Draft of JSR-286 is being reviewed.
It has introduced a couple of dozen features and significant changes over the previously published Early Drafts.
Some of the highlights include:
\* Extending JSR168 expiration based caching model
\* Support for forward for action, event and render phase
\* Handling headers and cookies
\* More annotations
\* Runtime options
Friday Aug 17, 2007
By atul on Aug 17, 2007
The Portal Server software system employs a lot of terms some of which are not well understood by everyone. For example, what is the exact definition of a "Portal", or a "Portal Domain", and what about "Portal Server Instance", and so on and so forth.
To unravel this terminology and put it all into context (and more), check out the "Managing Portals and Portal Server Instances" document put together by Prashant.
And if you have any questions/comments, do send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org
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