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Liferay Portal Enterprise Intranets - Query

 
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Hello Jonas,

I have recently started developing with Liferay. Earlier my organization was using Jahia framework, but we abandoned it due to the way it handles inter-portlet communication. And ofcourse Liferay looks much cleaner that Jahia.

I have one more concern. Will Liferay usage result in performance improvement in terms of time?


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Based on my experience with Liferay for about two years, I always feel that the performance of Liferay on Tomcat is pretty good, though it is not excellent. But I am not sure if it is the same case when it runs on other servers.
 
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I am interested to know more about the portals
 
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Hello Jonas

is there a way to manage lifray portlets build process using Maven ?
 
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Hamid Aghazzaf, welcome to JavaRanch.

But please don't ask an unrelated question in the middle of a thread; we call this hijacking. You ought to have searched for a similar thread, and if you hadn't found one, started a new thread.
 
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Hi Hamid,

Ant build is supported as well in Liferay Portlets development.
 
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Hi Ko Ko,

Liferay is a strong Portal framework.

Alfresco is a robust ECM.

If you merge these two, you will get best performance either in Tomcat or other Application sever.
[ June 14, 2008: Message edited by: Jonas X. Yuan ]
 
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Hi raghu,

Liferay has good performance now if you used:

Liferay as framework and
Alfresco as ECM.
 
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Originally posted by Jonas X. Yuan:

If you merge these two, you will get best performance either in Tomcat or other Application sever.



Thanks for the links, Jonas. So it seems like the integration stuff is discussed pretty in detail in "Integrating with Alfresco, LDAP, and SSO" chapter. It would be really interesting to have a change to read in detail how we can integrate Alfresco and Liferay. If I am not wrong, the marriage between two has not been that long. Two years ago?
 
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Hi Ko Ko,

You can find real example to integrate Liferay and Alfresco:



Developed by my teams in CIGNEX.

Details - Full integration of Liferay, Alfresco,OpenX, SSO and LDAP

http://liferay.cignex.com/
[ June 14, 2008: Message edited by: Jonas X. Yuan ]
 
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Thanks Jonas,

Exploring the links you gave. Never worked with Alfresco though, but thik it is high time now to start looking at it.

 
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Originally posted by raghu dubey:
Exploring the links you gave. Never worked with Alfresco though, but thik it is high time now to start looking at it.



Yes, the integration is really interesting...
 
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