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Hi,
I am new to Java Portlets, I am using Oracle Portal. Can someone guide me or have any documentation on how to create Java Portlets (JSR 168) that can be dragged arround i.e. just like on google site http://www.google.com/ig.

Any good documentation on building Java Portlets. Any help is appreciated. Thanks
 
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you mean you like to be able to decorate your page using drag drop ?
this is a functionality that the portal should provide for you.

for example liferay , StringBeans provide DnD for portlets.
 
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Is there any documentation or API's that I can go through for building Java Portlets with DnD functionality.

Thanks
 
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