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JSR 168 Portlet on Tomcat

 
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Hi all,

I start learning portlet and I want to run some examples to get used to JSR 168 Portlet.

Please tell me how can I config Tomcat to run JSR 168 portlet without any vendors and how can I deploy a JSR 168 portlet on Tomcat server?

I really need your help!
Thanks and regards,
HsRock
[ August 01, 2007: Message edited by: hs rock ]
 
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Got to apache.org and look under portals. You'll se JetSpeed2 and Pluto.

Pluto is just a container that runs on Tomcat - it lets you test individual portlets, but isn't a comprehensive server - more of a testing engine.

JetSpeed2 is a JSR168 compliant portal server, with lots of bells and whistles.

My signature links have multimedia tutorials that demonstrate creating JSR168 portlets, and deploying them to JetSPeed2

Keep the questions coming!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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