Wednesday May 14, 2008

Tutorial: JSR 286 portlet Eventing using Eventing Story Board

The recently released Portal Pack 2.0 has a new feature called Eventing StoryBoard.The Eventing StoryBoard feature in Portal Pack 2.0 simplifies the task of creating portlet application that uses JSR-286 eventing. It provides a simple drag drop feature to link the portlets involved in eventing. Automatic code generation functionality in the storyboard adds the necessary interfaces, methods and xml elements needed during eventing.

Here's a tutorial  contributed by Sriram K,  which explains about JSR 286 eventing using Eventing StoryBoard

 http://portalpack.netbeans.org/tutorials/eventing/EventingStoryBoardTutorial.html

There is also a screencast available for the same. Thanks to Hemadri, Anjana, Sriram for their help for this screencast

http://portalpack.netbeans.org/demos/evtstoryboard/eventing-story-board.htm 


Tuesday Jun 19, 2007

Portal Pack IPC Story Board - Tutorial

The Sun Java System Portal Server 7.x (Now Open Portal) /Open Portal Portlet Container enables JSR 168 portlets to communicate with each other through custom portlet eventing. The new Portal Pack 1.3 Beta for NetBeans 5.5/5.5.1 has a new feature IPC Story Board. Interportlet Communication Story Board(aka "IPC Story Board") provides a visual way of wiring(linking) portlets to listen each other's events. Then these portlet applications can be deployed and tested on Open Portal Portlet Container/Sun Java System Portal Server 7.x which are supported by the Portal Pack.


This blog is intended to help portlet developers to get acquainted with the new IPC Story Board feature in the Portal Pack.

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