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Hi, Does the book give any guidance/advice regarding integrating existing .Net applications with Portal?

Are there any useful tips on how .Net applications should be implemented so as to ease integration with a Portal.

Any advice appreciated.

Regards

Paul
 
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Hi Paul,

I'm sorry, the book is focused on Java portlet technology. I don't think applications can be designed assuming that someday they'll be boarded to a portal platform. I would suggest looking at support for WSRP in .NET to bring your applications to a portal platform.

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