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From "Punit Pandey" <pandeypu...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: The JSR168 and J1 / Liferay? --- Migration J1->J2
Date Mon, 24 Nov 2003 06:11:34 GMT
Hello Felix,

I was facing the same problem. Please find possible answer at
www.yahoogroups.com/group/portlets.

Hope that would be useful.

Regards,

Punit Pandey


----- Original Message -----
From: "felix guntrum" <felixontour@gmx.de>
To: <jetspeed-dev@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Sunday, November 23, 2003 3:17 PM
Subject: The JSR168 and J1 / Liferay? --- Migration J1->J2


> Hello,
>
> I started a diploma thesis about enterprise portals, the JSR 168 and some
> performance management with the endproduct. I have to integrate the
> functionality of a system management application for bankingdevices in an
enterprise
> portal. I want to build my exaples with Jetspeed. Now, the problem is,
that J2
> is not fully developed and probably useless for my purposes.
>
> So I decided, to explain the JSR168 more theoretical and build some
examples
> with pluto, for the application of my practical part, I want to use J1. I
> build my application with JSP-Pages.
>
> My questions. Please correct my, if I´m not right with the following
> notions:
>
> 1) The portlet-api from J1 is very close to the JSR 168 (because the
JSR168
> arised from J-portlet-api)
> 2) If I use only a few J1 specific functionality, the portlets can easily
> migrated to a JSR168 compilant product (probably later J2)
> 3) At the moment, there is no product on the marked, that supports the
> JSR168 completely
> 4) I can build some basic Portlets to demonstrate the funktionality of the
> JSR168 and they can run standalone in Pluto
>
> If there are some elementary differences between the portlet-api from J1
and
> JSR168, please can I have more detailed informations to that point?
>
> And which version of J1 i should use? The latest cvs, or 1.4 (binary
> release)?
>
> What is about liferay? They argue, that this portal supports the JSR168
(but
> not certified, so long as pluto is not integrated). If you compare it with
> J1, is liveray "more compilant" with the JSR168 than J1?
>
> That are very important considerations for me, please feel free to answers
> at full length ;)  If you have other related notes for me, any help would
be
> appreciated ..
>
> Thanks a lot!
> Felix
>
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