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wiki portlet ?? Sun Java Portal Server

 
sourabh jaiswal
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Hi!
am new to Sun Java Portal Server, was looking if Sun Java Portal Server 6.0 or other provide some components for developing

1. Wiki Portlet
2. Weather Updates Portlet...is there any webservices available
3. Moving Portlets across Tabs??? is this possible
4. MarketsPlace portlet

and how many man day's approximately required to actually accomplish each of them(approx)

Pls reply urgently if possible. Thanks for all your support.

Regards,
Saurabh
 
Mark Spritzler
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check out Portlet Swap

Also, the JBoss Wiki pages are a Portal, so it is possible.

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sourabh jaiswal
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Thanks's Mark for your reply
Mark the constraint for me is development of WIKI and other modules Market Portlet (online shares)on Sun Java Portal server.Is there any idea how much time does it takes for developing these with basic features on Sun Java Portal server.
 
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I can't really know how long it will take to develop, but it shouldn't depend on which server you use. There are way too many factors that you would need to know to even come close to a guestimate.

They should all be following the Portlet Spec, so Portlets you get from one place should work on any Portal.



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Channels are created in the Sun One Portal based upon one of two methods:
1) One of Sun Proprietary Providers which generate the content or
2) Portlets developed based upon the JSR-168 Specifiction
The site referenced by the last post takes you to a portlet share area. If you browse it, they break out the portlet by category. Select calaboration. Under callaboration there is a JBoss Wiki portlet, although it says JBoss, it also indicates that it is JSR-168 compliant. If that is true you can deploy the portlet application war file into your Sun Portal Server using the pdeploy command. Once deployed you should be able to go into your access manager for the site (Desktop configuation) and create a channel based upon your newly deployed JSR-168 portlet.
 
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