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JSF Portlet Deployment under Pluto

 
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Hello,

i am trying to deploy a jsf portlet created with maven2 (MyFaces bridge).
When deploying the war file, the tomcat server deployes the portlet successful, but in the Pluto Admin it dosen't show up under "Portlet Applications"...

what can be the problem ?

thanks
 
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Perhaps the page is cached? Perhaps the portlet just didn't compile? Perhaps the portlet was deployed incorrectly? It's hard to tell without an error.

Here is a simple tutorial on creating a JSF portlet and deploying it to JetSpeed or Pluto. There are also Pluto tutorials here as well:

The JSF Portlet - Creating and Portal Server Deployment Tutorial

Good luck!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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the problem is, there is no error anywhere ...

but thanks a lot, i am going to try this tutorial
 
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when trying to run this tutorial, the same problem occures.
Pluto doesn't recognize the portlet, as soon as the portlet-class gets changed to the jsf bridge in the portlet.xml
 
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And you're definitely using the Pluto bridge?

Hmmm.....
 
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i have been using the apache JSF bridge and the myfaces portal bridge .. is there a special pluto bridge ?
 
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