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Creating a Portlet

 
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Guys,

I am new to portlet programming...so need some help..

I need to create a JSR 168 portlet, which would display contents whch are fetched from an XML file..

I am using RAD 6.0 and websphere portal server 6.0

Please help..

Thanks in advance..
 
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Hi Rohan,

Try going through JSR-168 spec, JSR-168 API doc and IBM WebSphere Portal InfoCenter where you can find documentation about how to develop standard(JSR-168) portlets. IBM Redbooks are also an excellent source. Also, you can search in IBM DeveloperWorks.
 
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Thanks Bimal.

Actually I have already started developing the portlet, and also tried to deploy it on Websphere Portal Server v5.1.
But I am unable to see my portlet. I get the message 'The portlet is unavailable'. I tried to search for the error, but couldnt find a possible solution.
 
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