Basically, it's like screen scraping. You tell the server to grab a certain part of a web page that already exists, and the server will then take that content, and make it available within a portlet window.
posted 10 years ago
I followed your link it was really good material, but I am getting following error while provding URL.
[6/26/08 11:03:30:511 IST] 68ded536 PortalServer E org.apache.jetspeed.portlet.PortletLog error (Servlet.Engine.Transports : 0/main) ** ContentAccessCommand doExecute() ** -> The content for the base URL http://www.Perficient.com/contact.asp could not be retrieved! - StackTrace follows... [6/26/08 11:03:30:527 IST] 68ded536 PortalServer E org.apache.jetspeed.portlet.PortletLog error TRAS0014I: The following exception was logged java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused: connect
What is the exact reason for this error. If I use http://localhost:9090/admin URL its working fine but other then this URL I am getting same error.
LOL...So you're trying to do the same example and you're getting that exception? I did that tutorial when I worked for a great company named Perficient, a number of years ago. I'm sure they've changed their website since then. Try clipping JavaRanch.com instead (purely for tutorial purposes, of course). The page has to exist.
posted 10 years ago
I think didn't understand my problem. I tried so many URL including yahoo.com, gmail.com, google.com, ibm.com and as well the url mentioned in that tutorial. But getting exceptions.I wanted to know that is it some like we can provide specific type of URL.
Thanks Sachin Telang IBM Websphere Portal 5.1 Certified.
Hi, we are also getting same exception when we tried to clip other sites. I tried with yahoo and google also.But getting same result. Sachin did you get the solution?if yes could you post the solution please.
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