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building portlet in ext environment

 
kamalkant rajput
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hi to all,
can any one tell me the procedure to make a simple portlet using jsf in ext environment.I am using Liferay bundled with tomcat.
thanks & regards
kamalkant
[ April 14, 2008: Message edited by: kamalkant rajput ]
 
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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I'm not sure how simple a development environment you want, but my website has a CBT tutorial that shows you how to compile a portlet with nothing more than notepad and the JDK. If you can do that, you can do anything!

As far as JSF goes, you need the right bridge for you portal, which you should be able to find at the apache bridges project. I have a CBT tutorial that shows you how to create a simple, simple, simple JSF portlet and how to deploy it to the JetSpeed portal. The code is there as well.

A Very Simple JSF Portlet Deployed to the JetSpeed Portal Server

Good luck!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
Jonas X. Yuan
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Hi,

Abstract from Liferay Book:

http://www.packtpub.com/building-liferay-portal-enterprise-intranets/book

Requirements: Java 1.4 or Java 5.0 or Java 6.0 or a later version; Ant 1.7 or a later version; Liferay Portal source code; Web Server (Tomcat, Resin,
and so on).Set JAVA_HOME to your Java directory.

Set ANT_HOME to your Ant directory.

Add JAVA_HOME/bin and ANT_HOME/bin to System Path.Configuring your compiler (build.${user.name}.properties):

etc ...
 
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