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portlet

A small window on a portal page. Portlet technology allows a portal page to be customized more quickly either internally by the development team or by the end user. Portlet technology can come as an adjunct to a portal server or as optional interfaces to ERP applications. The degree of customization also varies. See portal.


BEA's Portlet Technology
These examples from the BEA Weblogic Portal show how typical portlet windows are entry points to a variety of services. (Screen shot courtesy of BEA Systems, Inc.)
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Process Choreographer is a BPEL process engine that interfaces with the portal using a "My Tasks" portlet and Web services for fast integration of relatively simple business processes.
The first is composed of the Liferay-based portlets in the EDISON Application Framework.
The multilingual portlet dedicated to workers is the outcome of collaboration between the MoTC, Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs and several other ministries and government bodies concerned with providing services to the workforce in Qatar.
Programar el portlet para describir el recurso web y vincularlo al paquete, (/usr/share/dotlrn/packages/Nombre_Paquete-portlet/www/ Nombre_Paquete-portlet.adp) y desarrollar su administracion (/usr/share/dotlrn/packages/Nombre_Paquete-portlet/www/Nombre_Paquete-admin-portlet.adp).
The portlet assumes that each course has a maximum of 45 contact hours, which can be used to contribute to the SOs (as described earlier).
The wellness+ dashboard now offers data-driven, real-time member status; savings summaries; integration with a member's pharmacy profile; targeted offers and relevant product recommendations; and personalized "portlet" programs for wellness rewards, Load2Card coupons and +UP Rewards.
The PubMed Abstract display now includes a "Save items" portlet that will provide users with an easy way to add items of interest to a My NCBI collection.
"We were thinking there had to be a way for us to create a portlet so everyone could pull it up and see what other folks had told a student, and put their own notes directly into it, so we could get around this cumbersome communications process," King said.
For each portlet, AMMS lets you input a custom title and set options such as the default number of items shown and whether the portlet is expandable, collapsible, movable, or removable.
This includes explanations of the use of web portlets, with numerous screen shots of WebSphere Portlet implementations along with deep dives into technical issues and a useful discussion of the challenge of managing tradeoffs between benefits of customization and the level of effort required.
The company said that by injecting a series of features related to the JBoss Open Choice philosophy, such as the JBoss Portlet Bridge, applications and developer skills can more easily be leveraged into the portal without re-engineering.