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Thursday, September 23, 2010

Building Portals with the Java Portlet API

Chapter 1: Introduction to Portals and Portlets This chapter outlines the basic concepts and terms that you will encounter in the book. We talk in broad terms about the strengths and weaknesses of portlets,and we give you an overview of some of the technologies that we cover more fully in later chapters. Chapter 2: Portlet Basics This chapter provides an example of a simple portlet, discusses how it works,and demonstrates how to build theapplication. We then introduce the open source Pluto portal and show how you can deploy the example portlet on Pluto. Chapter 3: The Portlet Life Cycle In this chapter, we discuss how a portlet interacts with a portal, from initialization to removal. We provide a simple example that walks you through the stages of the portlet life cycle, as well as a more complex example that illustrates the issues of multi threaded portlet applications. Chapter 4: Portlet Concepts This chapter introduces many of the basic portlet concepts for the first time, orin more detail, and much of the API is examined in depth. An example ties many of these concepts together to demonstrate file upload to a portlet.Among many other topics, the chapter discusses• Request and response objects• Attributes and properties• The portlet context • Locales and internationalization• Logging• The API versioning scheme• Sessions• Default and custom modes• Default and custom window states Chapter 5: Using Servlets and Java Server Pages with Portlets Chapter 5 demonstrates how to invoke and include content from servlets andJSP pages. Session management, the creation and processing of HTML forms,and the portlet tag library are all addressed. We provide an example of a to-dolist portlet to illustrate these techniques. Chapter 6: Packaging and Deployment Descriptors In this chapter, we show you how to use the portlet deployment descriptor. We also demonstrate X Doclet’s portlet integration, which lets us build and deploy portlets easily. Chapter 7: Portal and Portlet Configuration This chapter describes the standard configuration information available to aportal and the portlets it contains. It discusses• The Portal Context class• Portal properties• Window states and portlet modes configuration• The Portlet Config class• Portlet preferences.

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