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Please explain the portlet directory structure for me

 
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I have open source of a portal web app. But I don't understand its directory structure, why do they divide the app into these packages? Please explain for me
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Yen , Please attach the images. Are you referring to JSR portal app or the IBM websphere Portal web app?
 
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Jay Batheja wrote:Yen , Please attach the images. Are you referring to JSR portal app or the IBM websphere Portal web app?


because attachments is limited by 1, I will attach the second picture here
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Well, a portlet app is just a web app with a few extra features, namely a portlet.xml file, and the ability to link to the portlet API. Really, there's not much more too it.

I think you've somehow imported in a bunch of packages reated to the implementation of liferay. They certainly are not required in order to create a standard portlet.

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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Cameron Wallace McKenzie wrote:Well, a portlet app is just a web app with a few extra features, namely a portlet.xml file, and the ability to link to the portlet API. Really, there's not much more too it.

I think you've somehow imported in a bunch of packages reated to the implementation of liferay. They certainly are not required in order to create a standard portlet.

-Cameron McKenzie


I understood! Thanks in advance!
 
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