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Maven does have benefits like – standard directory structure not necessarily thoughJAR respository, dependency management, and so on. Saving preferences with PortletPreferences Atomicity in saving preferences Concarrency issues in saving preferences Contents note continued: Hi Bruce, I really appreciate that you are going through the chapters to help improve the quality of the book.

We are unable to deliver faster than stated. As the request parameters are internally managed, the newly added request parameters will not be accessible to the portlet instance. Locally registering remote portlets.

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Mar 31, About the Technology Portlets are the small Java applications that run within a portal. May 18, 7: Joelle added it Jun 26, Hi Bruce, I have added you to the list of reviewers of the book.

I’ll let you know when I find something.


Similarly, you can have your servlet in your portlet application which is responsible for sarrin web service calls or you can have a different Web Services application and access it from your portlet.

Caching generated content Expiration-based content caching Validation-based content caching 4.

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These online bookshops told us they have this item: Sometime next week I’ll post the detailed ToC of Chapter Actiln 5, Portlet-Bridges Jul 12, 7: I have made the change in the manuscript. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Using the web application context. Question about small typos May 26, Jun 23, 8: Why do you need inter-portlet communication?

Part 1 Getting started with portlet development

Castillo marked it as to-read Jan 05, It ib also hamper development if the service layer undergoes frequent changes. I’ll make the change in the next MEAP update.

Hi Bruce, I have modified the source code and checked-in the file. May 16, 6: Did you receive e-mail from Karen regarding final review of the book?

Portlet modes in depth Custom portlet modes Contents note continued: Jun 18, 5: Hi everyone, The source code for the book is now available in SVN. An inter-portlet communication example. Learn how to refactor a monolithic application to work your way toward a scalable and resilient microsystem.

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A developer can modify the root pom. It breaks the flow of reading, as it is Liferay-specific chapter porrlets. Hi John, The only way you can achieve inter-portlet communication when using a bridge which doesn’t support inter-portlet communication is by saving information in a database or sending message to a messaging system during ashsih processing and reading that information from the database in the render phase of the other portlet.

Hi Gavin, I think covering how to create a portlet bridge may be an over kill in the book. Can you please check if the following URL is accessible to you: When you click the ‘Update’ button, then call to sessionStatus.

Migrating to Microservice Databases. I’m planning to include an appendix in the book which shows how to deploy and run a sample portlet in GateIn. Account Options Sign in. Hi David, Meanwhile, if you want that the portlet should behave as expected, then you can simply remove SessionAttributes annotation from the EditBookController class.

Fully exploring the Portlet 2.