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From Laurent Free <lauren...@hotmail.com>
Subject RE: Starting point for newbie
Date Mon, 05 Nov 2007 20:30:48 GMT
thanks David !

i'm giving it a try during this week.

If I succeed or found something interesting I will post so you could eventually include in
future beginners' doc
In fact double thanks , the second for the user list post.
Cheers


> From: david@bluesunrise.com
> Subject: Re: Starting point for newbie
> Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2007 10:38:49 -0800
> To: jetspeed-dev@portals.apache.org
......
...

> > -run JS on Glassfish.
> 
> I would recommend:
> 
> 1. run the tutorial with Ant and Tomcat, get familiar it
> 2. then once you got that running, move it into Glassfish
> Others have done so, see recent posts on this lists. The current docs  
> don't cover Glassfish yet, but you can help there by writing back  
> with your experiences
> 
> >
> > -set my Eclipse or Netbeans project
> >
> Just create your portlet application like any other Eclipse or  
> Netbeans project
> You don't need Jetspeed to compile portlet applications
> And you shouldn't need to compile or build jetspeed
> Try remote debugging to Tomcat at first, then you will see that  
> Jetspeed is simply a web application with a few typical requirements:
> 
> * a few shared jar files in the class loader
> * a database connection that is configured in Tomcat in conf/Catalina/ 
> localhost/jetspeed.xml
> 
> You don;t even have to use a JNDI based database connection. Simply  
> change Jetspeed's datasource.xml to use a DBCP based solution drop in  
> your driver to WEB-INF/lib, quite easy
> 
> 
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