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1 Portal Runtime Technology
Introduction and Positioning
Concepts and Terminology
Portal Environment
Portal Application Archive (PAR files)
Portal Component Profile
Portal Component Config
Portal Runtime Mode
Portal Object Model (P.O.M.)
Application Repository
2 Portal Infrastructure
Packaging
Core Applications
3 Portal Runtime API
Component
IPortalComponent
AbstractPortalComponent
Service
IService
IServiceContext
Request/Response
IPortalComponentRequest
IPortalComponentResponse
4 Portal Application Archives
PAR File format
Web Resources
Non-Web Resources
PAR Building
Structure of the Deployment Descriptor
Portal Application
Portal Application Configuration
Portal Components
Portal Component Configuration
Portal Component Profiles
Portal Services
Portal Service Configuration Properties
Portal Service Profiles
5 Portal Application Life Cycle
Overview
Application Dependencies
Hot Deployment
6 Portal Runtime Architecture
Request Dispatcher
Dispatcher API
Dispatching a Request
Portal Runtime API
Portal Runtime Core
Portal Registry
Central Configuration Storage
Portal Runtime Cache
Properties
Caching Expiration
Portal Application Repository
Portal Connection Framework
7 Request Cycle
Node
Portal Component Mode
Accessing to a Mode
Mode Handling
Portal Hooks
Purpose
Adding a new Portal Hook
Default hooks
Event Handling
Internal Portal Runtime Events
Request Event API
JNDI Service Providers Packaging
JNDI Provider Resource File Sample
JNDI Concepts and Related Documents
JNDI Environment
JNDI Context
JNDI Context Factories
9 WEB Services Support
Approach
Portal Services as WEB Services
Portal Applications and external WEB services
Concepts
Architecture
10 PAR IDE
Additional Feature
11 Compatibility Considerations
EP 5.0 Backward compatibility
EP50 Deployment Policy
EP50 Class Loading
EP50 Archives
List of Incompatibilities to EP 5.0
UNIX/Windows compatibility
12 Additional PRT Services
Notification Service
Content Conversion Service
Content Converter Service
JCO Client Service
Service Description
Implementation
Security Open Issues
13 Configuration Management in Portal Application
Create a Config Archive
Place your configuration files in folders
Important Points
Use Export PAR File of the PAR IDE
Config Archive properties file
Access data
Modify portalapp.xml
Virtual Components
Sharing Configuration between Applications
Use the Config Framework API
Configuration Event Subscription
Implement the interface IConfigEventListener
Add a listener
Remove listener
Start the Config Mode
14 Exception Handling
Issue Overview
Coding Rules
Always pass the original exception
Always include a message
Always include a message
Do not make wrong assumptions
Do not have empty exception handlers
Do not only print the stack trace
Log Important Exception
Log important Exception
Adding Extra Information
Log Viewer
Exception Files
Exception Catalog
15 Appendix
PAR Flow
Uploading a PAR File to the Application Repository
Deploying a PAR File on all PRT Nodes
Local Deployment Consistency
Deployment Policy
Deployment Hook
Text localization and Portal Components internationalization
Principle and approach
Resource Bundle Name
Locale lookup
Resource Bundle packaging
Portal Component Java Code
Request/Response handling
Permission model for Portal Components and Portal WEB Services
Security Zone
Safety level
Recommendations
Portal Object Name and Alias
Name
Alias
Example
Directory structure
Local Deployment Overview
Local Deployment of Portal Applications
Elements of a Portal Application
Class Loading in the Portal Runtime
Class Loading Examples
Deployment Descriptor example
Application Example
Central Configuration Storage – How to
How to get the sub context that belongs to the application?
How to store and retrieve config files to/from the central location?
Portal Runtime Help Mode
Portal Runtime Test Mode
Logger configuration
JSP Support
Declaring JSP as Portal Component
JSP selected programmatically
JSP packaging/Compilation
Class Loader consideration
Supported Features in the PRT
Portal Runtime extension
Tag lib packaging
Java Beans
Handling Request Events
Asynchronous Response API
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