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Posted over 8 years ago by nore...@blogger.com (Wesley Hales)
Just on the heels of the GateIn Beta2 release comes a double whammy from the JBoss Portlet Bridge project. We are releasing 2 new versions of both the 1.0 and 2.0 bridge. Now, just to clear up any confusion, the 2.0 bridge does not cover the JSF 2.0 ... [More] spec. We are still in JSF 1.2 land in the portal environment. However, running 2.0 in a portlet is not far away and it should be coming to fruition just as JSF 2.0 technology starts to gain more ground in enterprise development.First off, I want to thank the community for providing many patches and suggestions to improve the bridge.I am also extremely happy to announce that the JBoss Portlet Bridge 2.0.0.BETA is now fully integrated with GateIn. All archetypes and examples run by default on GateIn. If you are still running on JBoss Portal, you must build the example apps or archetype based apps with the '-Pjbossportal' profile (i.e. mvn install -Pjbossportal).New features with the new 2.0.0.BETA release are:Improved ajax processing (faster load times)PRP - Public render parameter processing in the bridgeSeam exception handling in pages.xmlbetter error handling for JSF and Richfaces portlets (this includes ViewExpiredException)Also fixed some bugs in archetypes to work fully with JBoss Tools (as seen in the video)PortalIdentity is now built in Seam component<security:portal-identity method="#{authenticator.authenticate}"></security:portal-identity>Script Renderer can be enabled by intit parameter in web.xml:<context-param> <param-name>org.jboss.portletbridge.WRAP_SCRIPTS</param-name> <param-value>true</param-value></context-param>This video shows how to deploy a Seam portlet using JBoss Tools to the all new GateIn portal. I also show need-to-know tips for migrating from the 1.0 bridge to 2.0.JBoss Portlet Bridge Episode 4: Running 2.0 on GateIn from Wesley Hales on Vimeo. [Less]
Posted over 8 years ago by nore...@blogger.com (Wesley Hales)
Just on the heels of the GateIn Beta2 release comes a double whammy from the JBoss Portlet Bridge project. We are releasing 2 new versions of both the 1.0 and 2.0 bridge. Now, just to clear up any confusion, the 2.0 bridge does not cover the JSF 2.0 ... [More] spec. We are still in JSF 1.2 land in the portal environment. However, running 2.0 in a portlet is not far away and it should be coming to fruition just as JSF 2.0 technology starts to gain more ground in enterprise development.First off, I want to thank the community for providing many patches and suggestions to improve the bridge.I am also extremely happy to announce that the JBoss Portlet Bridge 2.0.0.BETA is now fully integrated with GateIn. All archetypes and examples run by default on GateIn. If you are still running on JBoss Portal, you must build the example apps or archetype based apps with the '-Pjbossportal' profile (i.e. mvn install -Pjbossportal).New features with the new 2.0.0.BETA release are: Improved ajax processing (faster load times) PRP - Public render parameter processing in the bridge Seam exception handling in pages.xml better error handling for JSF and Richfaces portlets (this includes ViewExpiredException) Also fixed some bugs in archetypes to work fully with JBoss Tools (as seen in the video) PortalIdentity is now built in Seam component Script Renderer can be enabled by intit parameter in web.xml: org.jboss.portletbridge.WRAP_SCRIPTS true This video shows how to deploy a Seam portlet using JBoss Tools to the all new GateIn portal. I also show need-to-know tips for migrating from the 1.0 bridge to 2.0.JBoss Portlet Bridge Episode 4: Running 2.0 on GateIn from Wesley Hales on Vimeo. [Less]
Posted over 8 years ago by nore...@blogger.com (Wesley Hales)
Just on the heels of the GateIn Beta2 release comes a double whammy from the JBoss Portlet Bridge project. We are releasing 2 new versions of both the 1.0 and 2.0 bridge. Now, just to clear up any confusion, the 2.0 bridge does not cover the JSF 2.0 ... [More] spec. We are still in JSF 1.2 land in the portal environment. However, running 2.0 in a portlet is not far away and it should be coming to fruition just as JSF 2.0 technology starts to gain more ground in enterprise development.First off, I want to thank the community for providing many patches and suggestions to improve the bridge.I am also extremely happy to announce that the JBoss Portlet Bridge 2.0.0.BETA is now fully integrated with GateIn. All archetypes and examples run by default on GateIn. If you are still running on JBoss Portal, you must build the example apps or archetype based apps with the '-Pjbossportal' profile (i.e. mvn install -Pjbossportal).New features with the new 2.0.0.BETA release are:Improved ajax processing (faster load times)PRP - Public render parameter processing in the bridgeSeam exception handling in pages.xmlbetter error handling for JSF and Richfaces portlets (this includes ViewExpiredException)Also fixed some bugs in archetypes to work fully with JBoss Tools (as seen in the video)PortalIdentity is now built in Seam component<security:portal-identity method="#{authenticator.authenticate}"></security:portal-identity>Script Renderer can be enabled by intit parameter in web.xml:<context-param> <param-name>org.jboss.portletbridge.WRAP_SCRIPTS</param-name> <param-value>true</param-value></context-param>This video shows how to deploy a Seam portlet using JBoss Tools to the all new GateIn portal. I also show need-to-know tips for migrating from the 1.0 bridge to 2.0.JBoss Portlet Bridge Episode 4: Running 2.0 on GateIn from Wesley Hales on Vimeo. [Less]
Posted almost 9 years ago by nore...@blogger.com (Jason Andersen)
Hi everyone,Just a note to let everyone know that JBoss EPP 4.3 CP02 is available now on the JBoss Customer Support Portal site. The new CP02 has a number of fixes to the UI components as well as some security enhancements.Release notes are also ... [More] available here:https://jira.jboss.org/jira/secure/ReleaseNote.jspa?version=12313531&styleName=Html&projectId=12310745&Create=CreateP.S More news on what the JBoss Portal team up to these days including coming at JBoss World. Stay tuned. [Less]
Posted almost 9 years ago by nore...@blogger.com (Jason Andersen)
Hi everyone,Just a note to let everyone know that JBoss EPP 4.3 CP02 is available now on the JBoss Customer Support Portal site. The new CP02 has a number of fixes to the UI components as well as some security enhancements.Release notes are also ... [More] available here:https://jira.jboss.org/jira/secure/ReleaseNote.jspa?version=12313531&styleName=Html&projectId=12310745&Create=CreateP.S More news on what the JBoss Portal team up to these days including coming at JBoss World. Stay tuned. [Less]
Posted almost 9 years ago by nore...@blogger.com (Jason Andersen)
Hi everyone,Just a note to let everyone know that JBoss EPP 4.3 CP02 is available now on the JBoss Customer Support Portal site. The new CP02 has a number of fixes to the UI components as well as some security enhancements.Release notes are also ... [More] available here:https://jira.jboss.org/jira/secure/ReleaseNote.jspa?version=12313531&styleName=Html&projectId=12310745&Create=CreateP.S More news on what the JBoss Portal team up to these days including coming at JBoss World. Stay tuned. [Less]
Posted almost 9 years ago by nore...@blogger.com (Prabhat Jha)
While most of time we focus on improving enterprise aspects of JBoss Portal (read JBoss Enterprise Portal), sometimes we work on cool and fun stuff too. On that line, I have created Twitter portlet which has following features: Update your status ... [More] Get messages that are sent directly to you (e.g. @prabhatjha in my case) Get list of folks who you are following and get their latest status. List is sortable. Here are couple of screen shots:You can grab the code from http://anonsvn.jboss.org/repos/qa/prabhat/twitter-portlet . It's built using twitter4j, Richfaces, JBoss Portlet Bridge. But remember, it's just for fun and it is not one of the supported portlet. [Less]
Posted almost 9 years ago by nore...@blogger.com (Prabhat Jha)
While most of time we focus on improving enterprise aspects of JBoss Portal (read JBoss Enterprise Portal), sometimes we work on cool and fun stuff too. On that line, I have created Twitter portlet which has following features: Update your ... [More] statusGet messages that are sent directly to you (e.g. @prabhatjha in my case) Get list of folks who you are following and get their latest status. List is sortable.Here are couple of screen shots:You can grab the code from http://anonsvn.jboss.org/repos/qa/prabhat/twitter-portlet . It's built using twitter4j, Richfaces, JBoss Portlet Bridge. But remember, it's just for fun and it is not one of the supported portlet. [Less]
Posted almost 9 years ago by nore...@blogger.com (Prabhat Jha)
While most of time we focus on improving enterprise aspects of JBoss Portal (read JBoss Enterprise Portal), sometimes we work on cool and fun stuff too. On that line, I have created Twitter portlet which has following features: Update your ... [More] statusGet messages that are sent directly to you (e.g. @prabhatjha in my case) Get list of folks who you are following and get their latest status. List is sortable.Here are couple of screen shots:You can grab the code from http://anonsvn.jboss.org/repos/qa/prabhat/twitter-portlet . It's built using twitter4j, Richfaces, JBoss Portlet Bridge. But remember, it's just for fun and it is not one of the supported portlet. [Less]
Posted almost 9 years ago by nore...@blogger.com (Wesley Hales)
I am extremely happy to announce the first Alpha implementation of the JSR-329 early public draft(2) specification. This is cutting edge code and will definitely change to match future revisions of the spec. If you are willing to live on the edge and ... [More] help us chase down bugs and report them (hopefully with a patch), then please read on ;)Although in a alpha release, this latest version is fully compatible with the portlet 2.0 environment and allows you to also run the latest versions of Seam and Richfaces in a portlet.For starters, I put together a screen cast which shows how to produce a portlet event in a JSF(Seam) backing bean and how to consume it in another Seam portlet.JBoss Portlet Bridge - Lesson 3: Seam and Portlet 2.0 Eventing from Wesley HalesFor a full description of what’s new in this version, mandatory configuration parameters, and instructions on using portlet 2.0 coordination features, see the Reference Guide. [Less]