To enable interoperability between Portlets and Portals, this specification will define a set of APIs for Updates to the Original Java Specification Request ( JSR). The Java platform provides an standard referred to as JSR that standarizes how portlets interact with portlet containers and ensures compatibility across. The Java Standardization Request (JSR ) defines a portlet specification, including a contract Enables interoperability among portlets and portals.

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Role link A string specifying the name 1168 the application security role that the user may be mapped into. This caching mechanism is per-portlet, per-user client. This design would not address the transport protocol for the remote execution of Portlets, leaving to the specific Portal implementations the support for Portlet remote execution. Portlet API Spec community draft: For example, a single portlet could act as the entire web interface for some legacy system.

Simple to install and configure.

Developing JSR-168 Portlets

For more information on the DocWay Published Folder, see http: Portlets are the meat within the portal. Name Name of the preference.

An example is the Java Portlet Specification. Click the Add button, the Remove button or the Edit button to add, remove or update a security role reference. To provide language specific portlet information, like title and keywords, resource bundles are used.


Java Portlet Specification – Wikipedia

For example, some of the portals support custom window modes and states while others only support a handful of their own predefined custom states. The API will provide a URL-rewriting mechanism for creating links to trigger actions within a Portlet without requiring knowledge on how URLs are structured in the particular web application.

For those who want to adopt portals certainly need many and variety of portlets to deploy and run. This is an important consideration if the client accesses servlets outside of portlet and you need to share data between the two http: The PublishedFolder class implements the interface that the portal uses portletz communicate with the portlet, and controls the activation of the JSP file.

Because the code was developed to easily extend the ContentSource class, and therefore, provide implementations for sources other than Documentum, this is the most obvious area for further development.

This would limit the frequency of the queries against the content source.

Oracle 9i Portal http: The goal is to allow Portlets to be packaged into WAR files and deployed in a standard way on any server hsr the specification. NOTE that this section has been updated since the original request. This will set the expiration property to Several portals, such as eXo, Vignette, and IBM, support a custom “config” portlet mode to accomplish this very thing.

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2. Java Portlet Specification (JSR)

Retrieved from ” portoets For a description of the Portlet technology, refer to section 2. Markup Markup type the oprtlets supports. Language specific portlet information Property Name Description Resource Bundle To provide language specific portlet information, like title and keywords, resource bundles are used.

The Portlet specification will be designed leveraging the following technologies: Others, however, make that optional or leave it as a function that a custom portlet must implement. The Portlet Deployment Descriptor editor opens.

Keywords Keywords that describe the functionality of the portlet. Because of this, the different portals have varying levels of support. Client agnostic Support for multiple types of clients multi-device Simple Portlet API Support for Localization and Portlers Hot deployment and re-deployment of Portal applications Declarative security same as to the mechanism found in Servlet and EJB specs Architected to support remote execution of Portlets The Portlet specification will be based on the Servlet specification.

Select a parameter and click the Edit button to update the parameter and its value.