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2.1.1 Portal Applications
2.1.2 How Requests Are Handled
2.1.3 Working with the PRT
2.1.4 Deployment of Applications
Deployment Policy (Enterprise Portal 5.0)
2.1.5 Testing Components
2.2 Web Dynpro Applications for the Portal
2.2.1 Web Dynpro Java
2.2.2 Web Dynpro ABAP
2.3 Example
2.4 SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio Plug-In
2.4.1 Configuring the Plug-In
2.4.2 Managing Enterprise Portals
2.4.3 Managing PAR and JAR Files in the Project
2.4.4 Enterprise Portal Unit Test Studio Perspective
2.4.5 Enterprise Portal Web Services Checker Description
2.4.6 Development Configuration
2.4.7 Registering an Additional Plug-in
3 Go and Create
3.1 SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio Plug-In
3.1.1 Configuring the Plug-In
3.1.2 Managing Enterprise Portals
3.1.3 Managing PAR and JAR Files in the Project
3.1.4 Enterprise Portal Unit Test Studio Perspective
3.1.5 Enterprise Portal Web Services Checker Description
3.1.6 Development Configuration
3.1.7 Registering an Additional Plug-in
3.2 Tutorial I: Creating a Portal Application
3.2.1 Creating a Portal Application Project
3.2.2 Creating an AbstractPortalComponent
3.2.3 Writing the Code
3.2.4 Deploying the Portal Application
3.3 Tutorial II: Creating a Site Map
3.4 Prerequisites
3.4.1 Writing the Code
3.5 Tutorial III: Building a JSP DynPage
3.5.1 Creating the JSPDynPage
3.5.2 JSPDynPage Event Handling
3.5.3 Data Exchange between JSPDynPage and JSP
4 Core Development Tasks
4.1 Creating and Managing Content
4.1.1 Managing iViews and Other PCD Objects
4.1.2 Working with XML
4.4.2 Creating Administration Interfaces
4.4.3 Client-Side Eventing
4.5 Uniform Resource Identifier (URI)
4.6 Uniform Resource Locator (URL)
4.7 Uniform Resource Name (URN)
4.7.1 Page Builder
4.7.2 HTML-Business for Java
Further Information
4.9 Use
4.10 Use
4.11 Use
4.12 Use
4.12.1 User Management Engine
4.13 Changes in the LoginModule Implementation
4.14 ServiceUserFactory
4.14.1 Security of Service Users
4.14.2 User Agent Service
4.15 Modifying the Desktop and Navigation
4.15.1 Navigating in the Portal
4.15.2 Creating Custom Layouts
4.15.3 Object-Based Navigation
4.16 Connecting to Backend Systems
4.16.1 Application Integrator
4.16.2 Connector Framework
4.16.3 Dynamic System Resolution
4.17 Specialities in the Portal
4.17.1 Implementing an External-Facing Portal
5 Ensuring Quality
5.1 Developing Well Performing Portal Applications
5.1.1 Server Side Programming
5.1.2 Java Programming
5.1.3 Portal Application Programming Model
5.1.4 Enterprise Portal Services
5.1.5 Database Access
5.1.6 Enterprise Portal Performance Ruleset for JLin
5.1.7 Checklist for Reviews
5.2 File Access
6 Reference
6.1 Portal APIs
6.2 Samples
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