Thursday Apr 17, 2008

OpenPortal WSRP v2 milestone 4 now available for download


The OpenPortal WSRP v2 milestone 4  is now available for download, milestone 4 is the last feature preview binary from the OpenPortal WSRP v2 project. The OpenPortal WSRP is feature complete from the WSRP 2.0 spec perspective by implementing all the mandatory and most of the optional features.


This milestone previews the following optional WSRP v2 features

  1. WSRP 2.0 CC/PP Capability
  2. WSRP 2.0 Leasing
    1. Registration Leasing
  3. Interoperability Fixes

 

Here are the links to the binary and documents associated with this milestone.

A. Binary download

  1. WSRP version 2.0 milestone 4 binary  requires
  2. Portlet Container 2.0  16 April 2008 binary

B. OpenPortal WSRP documents:

  1. Whats new in Milestone 4
  2. Glassfish Install Instructions
  3. Tomcat Install Instructions
  4. User Guide
  5. WSRP v2 milestone 4 samples
  6. Sample Portlets

Wednesday Mar 12, 2008

WSRP 2.0 Resource serving and Caching

 

Checkout the following announcements on the release of a new milestone binary from OpenPortal WSRP Project.

  1. Project Announcement : OpenPortal WSRP version 2.0 milestone 3 now available   or
  2. Blog on PortalPost .

 

This new milestone 3 supports the following feature set

  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

 

Pls note that the previous milestones have already provided the following WSRP  version 2.0  feature sets.

  1. WSRP 2.0 Eventing.
  2. Shared/Public render parameters.

 

The above links also provides sample portlets and configuration instructions to try out these features. If you have questions on how to use the OpenPortal WSRP Project and other comments/suggestions/requests, consider joining the users@wsrp.dev.java.net alias.


Friday Nov 16, 2007

Uninstalling OpenPortal WSRP and PortletContainer

Here is how you uninstall OpenPortal WSRP and OpenPortal PortletContainer projects after successful installation without having to uninstall the whole glassfish application server. Recently I came across this issue since someone asked about it and this information was not available or documented anywhere.

 

Uninstall OpenPortal WSRP :

Upon successful install of OpenPortal WSRP, The installer would have created a 'wsrp' directory as <glassfish_install>/domains/domain1/wsrp. There is a setup.xml under this directory, invoking the 'uninstall-wsrp' ant target does the job. Here is the example


# ant -f setup.xml uninstall-wsrp.

Make sure you restart the glassfish application server after this.

 

Uninstall OpenPortal PortletContainer :

Similar instructions apply the OpenPortal PortletContainer uninstall procedure. Upon successful install of OpenPortal PortletContainer, the installer would have created a 'portlet-container' directory as <glassfish_install>/domains/domain1/portlet-container. There is a setup.xml under this directory, invoking the 'uninstall-pc' ant target does the job. Here is the example

 

# ant -f setup.xml uninstall-pc.

 Make sure you restart the glassfish application server after this.

Tuesday Sep 11, 2007

Migrating from JAX-RPC to JAX-WS

Here is some of the issues that we encountered during migration of the OpenPortal WSRP Project from JAX-RPC to JAX-WS. The following note does not go into details on why these changes are required and the concepts behind it, rather helps you to deal with migrating your application from the older webservice stack to new stack.

Consider leaving a note if you have faced a different issue and solved it, so that it would benefit other.

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