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Table Of Contents

About this book
Roadmap
Code conventions and downloads
Acknowledgements
About the Authors
Chapter 1 My first portlet
1.1 The current state of the Java Portlet Specification
1.2 Getting started
1.4 Writing the portlet code
1.7 Deploying the portlet application
1.8 Portlets in action: running Hello World
1.9 Summary
Chapter 2 The Big Picture
2.1 What is a portal?
2.2 And what is a portlet?
2.3 Creating portlets
2.4 Going beyond servlets: the portlet architecture
2.5 Running Java portlets remotely
2.6 Summary
2.7 References
Chapter 3 Building Portlets by example
3.1 The Bookmark portlet example
3.2 The Calendar portlet application example
3.3 Adopting Portlet best practices
3.4 Future features: next generation portlets
3.5 Summary
3.6 References
Chapter 4 Building Portlets with Eclipse and other tools
4.1 Using Eclipse for portlet development
4.2 Developing the Bookmark portlet in Eclipse
4.3 Commercial development tools
4.4 Summary
4.5 References
5 Using JavaServer Faces with Portlets
5.1 Using JavaServer Faces
5.2 Converting existing JSF Applications to Portlets
5.3 Running JSF Portlets
5.4 Portlet Concepts applied to JSF
5.5 The whole example
5.6 Summary
5.7 Resources
5.8 Further Reading
Chapter 6 Exploring a sample portal architecture
6.1 Understanding the generic portal architecture
6.2 Defining the portal components
6.3 Understanding the component interaction
6.4 Portal programming model
6.5 Summary
Chapter 7 Working with the Pluto Open Source Portlet Container
7.1 What is Pluto?
7.2 The portlet container architecture
7.3 How to set-up Pluto
7.4 How use Pluto Container in your own Portal
7.5 Summary
7.6 Resources
Chapter 8 Working with the Jetspeed Portal
8.1 Introducing the Jetspeed Enterprise Portal
8.2 Portlet Development with Jetspeed
8.3 Installing the Jetspeed-1 Enterprise Portal
8.4 Using standard portlets with Jetspeed-1
8.5 Getting started with the new Jetspeed-2
8.6 Building the book’s portlet samples with Maven
8.7 Summary
Chapter 9 Working with WSRP
Understanding web services
Understanding Service Oriented Architecture
Introducing WSRP
Working with the Actors in the WSRP World
Handling Basic WSRP Interactions
Generating URLs
Managing Sessions
Providing Portlet Customization
Summary
References
Chapter 10 WSRP in Action: WSRP4J
Understanding the Architecture
Getting Started: WSRP4J Prerequisites
Setting up the Producer
Setting up the Test Portlet
Setting up the Swing Consumer
Setting up the Proxy Portlet
Chapter 11 Developing Portlets Using Existing Web Frameworks
Bridging two worlds: the Web and Java portlets
Developing portlets using the JSP Bridge
Developing portlets using the JSF Bridge
Developing portlets using the Struts Bridge
Developing Portlets with Spring and Portals Bridges
Developing portlets using the Velocity Bridge
Getting to know the default Jetspeed-2 portal
Introducing the Waxwing Benefits Custom Portal
Setting up the Portal Site structure: Folders and Pages
Aggregating the Page Content with Jetspeed Layouts and Decorators
Securing your portal
Creating Content for the Portal Pages
Planning Your Portal Integration Points
Chapter 13 Implementing Database Access
About the Waxwing Benefits member portlets
Database Access using JDBC: the Claim Status Portlet
Accesssing user attributes
12.2 Implementing MVC with the Deductible Status Portlet
Browsing databases: the claims browser and claims detail portlets
Using inter-portlet communication: the claims browser and claims detail portlets
Appendixes
Appendix Portal market
Appendix B. Introduction to Web services
Appendix C Enabling technologies
Appendix D Table of Acronyms
Appendix E References
Further readings
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