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Which Portal to use

 
Chandraprabha Rajput
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Hi All,

For my new project I need to use a portal and CMS kindly help me in selecting the best one.

I will be using Jboss as application server.

1.which portal I should use Jboss portal or liferay ?

2.As CMS is supported by portals itself, then does it required to use a separate CMS ?

Thanks,
Chandra
 
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It's really too tough a question to answer this simplistically. It's like "Windows or Mac." It just can't be summed up in a forum posting.

I think both portals are excellent. Since you already have JBoss as your AS, that would lean me towards using a JBoss portal.
 
Chandraprabha Rajput
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Thanks for the reply.

But when I checked some sites it says that Liferay is having better CMS support and some extra features.

 
Chandraprabha Rajput
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Could any one please suggest.

I need a portal with CMS and better support for integration
 
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Hi Chandraprabha,

you may use Liferay portal.

Examples:

http://liferay.cignex.com/

Liferay portal: liferay.com
Liferay social office: http://liferay.cignex.com:9090/

 
Chandraprabha Rajput
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Thanks a lot for reply.

I am going to use Liferay on Jboss. So i have integrated Liferay with Jboss ..

to create portlet i am thinking of developing the portlet using spring and deploy them on Liferay using UI.Please let me know if this method has some loop holes.

Second i want to use SSO and OpenDs .Kindly help me in integrating this.

Thanks,
Chandra

 
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Hi Jonas,

http://liferay.cignex.com:9090/ does not work?
 
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it should work now.

account-jonas/jonas
 
Vyas Sanzgiri
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I am sorry I am not able to get to that link. Is it from my end??
 
Jonas X. Yuan
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Please check the port 9090 is available in your network.
 
Nikes Shah
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I have not used Liferay CMS features, but if you looking for CMS / ECM I would
suggest Alfresco open source ECM.

Liferay experts can comment on level of depth Liferay CMS provides as compared Alfresco ECM.

Thanks,
Nikesh
 
Mourouganandame Arunachalam
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Liferay provides required, basic CMS features. But Alfresco provides enhanced, sophisticated CMS features. If you need extended CMS support/features, you can still use Alfresco with Liferay combination. Result .... you get the best of both.
 
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