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difference between struts based (client server) application and portal

 
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What are the difference between struts based (client server) application and portal.What is meant by portal?
 
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"portal" can mean many things. Struts can be used to create 'portals'. Check Encyclopedia Britannica for 'portal'

http://www.britannica.com/#search=portal
 
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The idea of a Portal is that you have a Portal server that serves "portlets" which are widget-like page fragments that are combined into a single page. The specification most commonly used to create portlets in Java is JSR 168.
 
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