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.

Thursday Sep 20, 2007

WSRP 1.0 beta part of Java Application Platform SDK Update 3 Beta release

 

 

OpenPortal WSRP 1.0 beta is now integrated into the Java Application Platform SDK Update 3 Beta release. The WSRP implementation provided over the OpenPortal Portlet Container 2.0 beta which is also available in the same Java Application Platform SDK bundle.

 

Portlet Container 2.0 beta implements some of the JSR286 features based on the early access draft , its available as a preview in the above bundle.

 

Here is the location to get all the details about this bundle ( download, release notes, install instructions, articles and more).  


 

Monday May 07, 2007

OpenPortal is the new name

The Enterprise class Portal Server Project now has a new name, its called OpenPortal. It also has a brand new logo. All the subproject are now referred with OpenPortal prefixed to them. For e.g. the Enterprise-class WSRP Open Source Project is now called OpenPortal WSRP Project.

 

Apart from this, the Sun Java System Portal Server 7.1 source code is also available for download on the OpenPortal Project, check out the download page for more details.  Please keep a watch on the Portal Post for announcements related to the OpenPortal Project. 

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