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From "Aurelien Pernoud" <apern...@sopragroup.com>
Subject RE: How to display a portlet that's not in a user's psml
Date Tue, 03 Jun 2003 16:02:07 GMT

Hmm in my case the portlet was just like the ChangeLanguage one, it only
renders information, getting it from rundata or xreg files, not user prefs
(I first say user dependant cause the kind of info I needed was in
session...). Although Raphael is right, you have to add all the security

Jeremy Ford a écrit :

> I haven't tried adding the portlet to the top vm yet, but this is
> what I have experienced with the portlet preview in the customizer.
> If I go into the customizer and preview the HelloVelocity portlet, I
> see its content fine.  However, if I try to change the value of the
> message, I get an exception I believe (working from memory here).
> From what I remember, a portlet will try to save customizeable data
> in the psml so that it can be unique to each individual.  Since
> there's no psml, the HelloVelocity portlet has trouble running its
> action.
> So, by active, I mean, "Can I run the associated action with a portlet
> outside of a psml context?".  In the case of the
> ChangeLanguage portlet, it
> has no associated action, so I belive that this would be fine.
> However, other portlets might have trouble.
> The more I think about it, maybe a portlet outside of a psml isn't
> the way to go...
> Jeremy Ford

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