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From "David Sean Taylor" <da...@bluesunrise.com>
Subject TDK 2.2 integration
Date Mon, 04 Jun 2001 08:53:39 GMT
Just checked in the initial integration for TDK 2.2.

Seems to be working well in most cases.
There are still a few outstanding issues:

1. You have to specify an extension for a template (.jsp or .vm) from a URL
or from setScreenTemplate()
   We are hoping to get a fix into the templating service by tomorrow.

2. Including JSP (via requestDispatcher) into a Velocity-based template
doesn't work, and it looks like it will not work at all
   until Turbine rips out all that ecs-buffering... I would think this may
be a requirement for the portlet api,
   which is supposed to be stream-based.

Raphael, Im sorry but I seem to have broken all your really cool new
features :(
Like portlet customization, min, max, close....all the new buttons.
I will try to figure it out tomorrow...

Jason and I rewrote the JSP-portion of the customizer in Velocity. It was
This allows us to use the customizer with a velocity template engine - see
problem #2 above.
Its in /templates/vm/portlets/HomePageCustomizer.vm.
Check it out, its a great example of Velocity vs. JSP.

David Sean Taylor

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chuck Johnson [mailto:cdjohns@viviport.com]
> Sent: Friday, June 01, 2001 1:03 PM
> To: jetspeed-dev@jakarta.apache.org
> Subject: CVS portlet_api tag
> All,
> Is the portlet_api tag of the jetspeed repository supposed to run
> successfully?  I was able to build it, but when I tried to
> run, I get the
> following exceptions:
> java.lang.NullPointerException at
> org.apache.jetspeed.portal.controls.TitlePortletControl.getPor
> tletOptions(Ti
> tlePortletControl.java:193) at
> org.apache.jetspeed.portal.controls.TitlePortletControl.getCon
> tent(TitlePort
> letControl.java:120) at
> Also, when trying to continue and log in, I get:
> java.lang.Exception: The screen template:
> /html/en/US/Login.vm does not
> exist in
> C:\jakarta-tomcat-3.2.1\webapps\jetspeed\/WEB-INF/templates/jsp, so
> the TemplateService could not determine associated templates.
> Which obviously looks misconfigured.  It's looking for a
> Velocity template
> in the JSP tree.  Also, the VM tree in WEBINF/templates does
> not contain the
> path /html/en/US.
> Is there an easy explanation for this, or should I attempt to
> debug further?
> Thanks,
> Chuck
> --
> Charles D. Johnson
> Vice President of Engineering
> ViviPort, Inc., North Andover, Massachusetts USA
> 978.686.0096 | cdjohns@viviport.com | www.viviport.com
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