IBM WebSphere Portal V5 A Guide for Portlet Application Development

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on February 03, 2004

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ISBN-10: 0738498513
ISBN-13: 9780738498515
IBM Form #: SG24-6076-00


Authors: Juan Rodriguez, Serena Chan, Belen Gonzalez, George Kroner, Monica Parlangelo, Sandro Schwedler and Andre Venancio

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    Abstract

    This IBM Redbooks publication helps you design, develop and implement portlet applications using the IBM WebSphere Studio Site Developer and the Portal Toolkit V5. The information provided in this book targets Business-to-Employee (B2E) enterprise applications, but most of the scenarios presented apply to Business-to-Consumer (B2C) applications as well. In this book, you will find step-by-step examples and scenarios showing ways to integrate your enterprise applications into an IBM WebSphere Portal environment using the WebSphere Portal APIs provided by the Portal Toolkit to develop portlets as well as extend your portlet capabilities to use other advanced functions such as cooperative portlets, national language support, action events, portlet messaging, Credential Vault, Web Services and portlet debugging capabilities.

    Elements of the portlet API are described and sample code is provided. The scenarios included in this book can be used to learn about portlet programming and as a basis to develop your own portlet applications. You will also find numerous scenarios describing recommended ways to develop portlets and portlet applications using the APIs provided by the IBM WebSphere Portal Toolkit. The sample scenarios in this book have been developed using the WebSphere Studio Site Developer but they can also be developed using the WebShere Studio Application Developer. A basic knowledge of Java technologies such as servlets, JavaBeans, EJBs, JavaServer Pages (JSPs), as well as XML applications and the terminology used in Web publishing, is assumed.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Overview

    Chapter 2. Portlet API

    Chapter 3. Portal Toolkit

    Chapter 4. A first portlet application

    Chapter 5. Action event handling

    Chapter 6. Portlet debugging

    Chapter 7. Portlet messaging

    Chapter 8. National Language Support (NLS)

    Chapter 9. Accessing Web Services

    Chapter 10. Using the Credential Vault

    Chapter 11. Accessing back-end JDBC databases

    Chapter 12. Cooperative portlets

    Chapter 13. Advanced cooperative portlets

    Chapter 14. Struts portlets

    Chapter 15. Portlet preview

    Chapter 16. Remote Server Attach

    Appendix A. Portlet development platform sample installation

    Appendix B. Automatically redeploying portlets

    Appendix C. Additional material

     

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