Rapid Portlet Development with WebSphere® Portlet Factory:Step-by-Step Guide for Building Your Own Portlets David Bowley
Bachelorarbeit aus dem Jahr 2010 im Fachbereich Informatik - Technische Informatik, Note: 1,2, Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg Ravensburg-Friedrichshafen, früher Berufsakademie Ravensburg - Außenstelle Friedrichshafen, Veranstaltung: Informationstechnik, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Diese Zusammenfassung gibt einen kurzen Überblick über das Thema Interportletkommunikation zur Beeinflussung von Charts, welches im Rahmen der Bachelorarbeit von Fabian Pagel behandelt wird. Die Grundlage dieser Arbeit bilden die Portalsoftware Liferay und das JSF Framework ICEfaces. Hierbei handelt es sich um eine Vorgabe des Partnerunternehmens, die es einzuhalten gilt. Der Einsatz der Portaltechnolgie wurde von der Firma Siemens schon mehrfach erfolgreich durchgeführt. Aufgrund des stetig wachsenden Planungskontextes in der Industrie muss ein Ziel der zukünftigen Entwicklungen sein, dass die Informationen nicht nur stärker verdichtet, sondern vom Benutzer auch zentral gesteuert werden können. Portaltechnologien bieten eine ideale Grundlage, um dem Anwender eine auf seine Bedürfnisse zugeschnittene Bedienoberfläche abzubilden. Um dies zu erreichen wird die Software in Module gegliedert. Diese werden dann in Form von Portlets im Portal verteilt und können von einem Anwender auf Basis seiner Berechtigungen im Portal angezeigt werden. Aus diesem Grund muss eine Kommunikation auch über Portletgrenzen hinweg erfolgen können. Die Erreichung dieses Ziels bietet dann die Möglichkeit, darstellende Elemente in einem Portal von einem zentralen Portlet aus zu beeinflussen. Als problematisch stellt sich hierbei die von ICEfaces verwendete Portlet 1.0 Spezifikation heraus, die es erforderlich macht, einen zur Portlet Spezifikation 2.0 alternativen Lösungsweg zu verfolgen. Ziel dieser Bachelorarbeit ist es daher, eine Strategie zur Interportletkommunikation zu evaluieren, eine geeignete webfähige Chartingbibliothek zu integrieren und die Funktionalität durch Tests sicherzustellen. Die Umsetzung erfolgt im Rahmen des TAMS-Projekts der Siemens AG, welches sich mit der Flughafenressourcenplanung beschäftigt.
Find out which technologies enable the Grid and how to employ them successfully! This invaluable text provides a complete, clear, systematic, and practical understanding of the technologies that enable the Grid. The authors outline all the components necessary to create a Grid infrastructure that enables support for a range of wide-area distributed applications. The Grid: Core Technologies takes a pragmatic approach with numerous practical examples of software in context. It describes the middleware components of the Grid step-by-step, and gives hands-on advice on designing and building a Grid environment with the Globus Toolkit, as well as writing applications. The Grid: Core Technologies: * Provides a solid and up-to-date introduction to the technologies that underpin the Grid. * Contains a systematic explanation of the Grid, including its infrastructure, basic services, job management, user interaction, and applications. * Explains in detail OGSA (Open Grid Services Architecture), Web Services technologies (SOAP, WSDL, UDDI), and Grid Monitoring. * Covers Web portal-based tools such as the Java CoG, GridPort, GridSphere, and JSR 168 Portlets. * Tackles hot topics such as WSRF (Web Services Resource Framework), the Semantic Grid, the Grid Security Infrastructure, and Workflow systems. * Offers practical examples to enhance the understanding and use of Grid components and the associated tools. This rich resource will be essential reading for researchers and postgraduate students in computing and engineering departments, IT professionals in distributed computing, as well as Grid end users such as physicists, statisticians, biologists and chemists.
Develop enterprise portals with Oracle WebCenter Portal 12c software and enrich those applications with social computing services, including discussions, documents, blogs, wikis, tags, and links. This book covers all functionalities and aspects from a developer, architect, and administrator point of view. Enterprise portal technology is used for creating intranet and extranet portals which enhance collaboration within a company. The book is intended to complete and fill in the gaps of the official documentation from an administrator and developer perspective. Beginning Oracle WebCenter Portal 12c provides an overview of the architecture behind Oracle WebCenter Suite and the Oracle Fusion Middleware platform. Sample code written in Java is included along with best practices developed from the authors experience of using Oracle WebCenter Portal for building enterprise portals. What you will learn: Enterprise Portal and Oracle WebCenter Portal concepts Basic administrator knowledge Basic developer knowledge Overview of the tools and services offered by Oracle WebCenter Portal How to develop Portal Assets using JDeveloper IDE How to develop new components(Portlets JSR-286 and ADF Task Flows) using JDeveloper IDE REST API integration with Portal Enterprise content management with Portal Who this book is for: Developers, architects, project managers and portal administrators in the Oracle Fusion Middleware (FMW) area. IT professionals working in FMW or WebLogic stack can also make use of this book. Vinay Kumar is a Technology Evangelist. He has extensive experience of 8+ years in designing and implementing large-scale projects in Enterprise Technologies in various consulting and system-integration companies. His passion has helped him to achieve certifications in Oracle ADF, WebCenter Portal, and Java/JEE. He has good experience in Java, JEE, and in various technologies on OpenStack. Vinay has been contributing to the Java/Oracle ADF/WebCenter community by publishing technical articles at his personal blog. He was awarded Oracle ACE status in June 2014. Daniel Merchán García works as an Oracle WebCenter expert at VASSIT UK Services LTD, part of the VASS Group. He is responsible for leading the technical architecture and development of the most complex components and functionalities to be added to WebCenter products. He also helps the Oracle community through OTN Community Forums, where he is always working to find solutions to complex questions and make it easier for the community to understand WebCenter and its use. Daniel maintains and sychronizes two blogs related to Oracle WebCenter, one in Spanish and one in English, providing content in both languages so as to have it shared widely around the world.
Get started with the Hibernate 5 persistence layer and gain a clear introduction to the current standard for object-relational persistence in Java. This updated edition includes the new Hibernate 5.0 framework as well as coverage of NoSQL, MongoDB, and other related technologies, ranging from applications to big data. Beginning Hibernate is ideal if youre experienced in Java with databases (the traditional, or connected, approach), but new to open-source, lightweight Hibernate. The book keeps its focus on Hibernate without wasting time on nonessential third-party tools, so youll be able to immediately start building transaction-based engines and applications. Experienced authors Joseph Ottinger with Dave Minter and Jeff Linwood provide more in-depth examples than any other book for Hibernate beginners. They present their material in a lively, example-based manner-not a dry, theoretical, hard-to-read fashion. What Youll Learn Build enterprise Java-based transaction-type applications that access complex data with Hibernate Work with Hibernate 5 using a present-day build process Use Java 8 features with Hibernate Integrate into the persistence life cycle Map using Javas annotations Search and query with the new version of Hibernate Integrate with MongoDB using NoSQL Keep track of versioned data with Hibernate Envers Who This Book Is For Experienced Java developers interested in learning how to use and apply object-relational persistence in Java and who are new to the Hibernate persistence framework. Dave Minter has adored computers since he was small enough to play in the boxes they came in. He built his first PC from discarded, faulty, and obsolete components, and considers that to be the foundation of his career as an integration consultant. Dave is based in London, where he helps large and small companies build systems that just work. He co-authored Building Portals with the Java Portlet API and Pro Hibernate 3 . Joseph Ottinger is an expert software developer, coder and programmer. He has also served as technology evangelist GigaSpaces and a principle engineer at Red Hat. He was Editor in Chief of TheServerSide-dot-com. He is the author of Hibernate Recipes and Beginning Hibernate for Apress and has authored other books as well as articles. Jeff Linwood has been involved in software programming since he had a 286 in high school. He got caught up with the Internet when he got access to a UNIX shell account, and it has been downhill ever since. Jeff has published articles on several Jakarta Apache open source projects in Dr. Dobbs Journal, CNETs Builder.com, and JavaWorld. Jeff has a bachelors degree in chemical engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. He currently works for the Gossamer Group in Austin, Texas, on content management and web application syndication systems. He gets to play with all the latest open source projects there. Jeff also co-authored Professional Struts Applications, Building Portals with the Java Portlet API, and Pro Hibernate 3. He was a technical reviewer for Enterprise Java Development on a Budget and Extreme Programming with Ant.
Programming Portlets:From JSR 168 to IBM WebSphere Portal Extensions Joey Bernal, Peter Blinstrubas, Ron Lynn, Cayce Marston, Usman Memon
Entwicklung von Webapplikationen mit Zugriff auf SAP R3-Systeme:SAP Web DYNPRO versus IBM Portlets Torben Hönemann
Find out which technologies enable the Grid and how to employthem successfully! This invaluable text provides a complete, clear, systematic, andpractical understanding of the technologies that enable the Grid.The authors outline all the components necessary to create a Gridinfrastructure that enables support for a range of wide-areadistributed applications. The Grid: Core Technologies takesa pragmatic approach with numerous practical examples of softwarein context. It describes the middleware components of the Gridstep-by-step, and gives hands-on advice on designing and building aGrid environment with the Globus Toolkit, as well as writingapplications. The Grid: Core Technologies: * Provides a solid and up-to-date introduction to thetechnologies that underpin the Grid. * Contains a systematic explanation of the Grid, including itsinfrastructure, basic services, job management, user interaction,and applications. * Explains in detail OGSA (Open Grid Services Architecture), WebServices technologies (SOAP, WSDL, UDDI), and Grid Monitoring. * Covers Web portal-based tools such as the Java CoG, GridPort,GridSphere, and JSR 168 Portlets. * Tackles hot topics such as WSRF (Web Services ResourceFramework), the Semantic Grid, the Grid Security Infrastructure,and Workflow systems. * Offers practical examples to enhance the understanding and useof Grid components and the associated tools. This rich resource will be essential reading for researchers andpostgraduate students in computing and engineering departments, ITprofessionals in distributed computing, as well as Grid end userssuch as physicists, statisticians, biologists and chemists.
Starting off with a basic introduction to the Portlet interface, this book progressively graduates to more and more advanced topics, covering everything from the complexities of handling a request-response cycle in a GenericPortlet, to the nuances of action processing, all the way to the implementation of custom Portlet modes within a JSR-168 compliant Portlet. (Computer Books - Software)
Build next-generation enterprise portals with Oracle WebCenter Portal. 1st ed.
SAP Web DYNPRO versus IBM Portlets
How do developers bring existing applications into a portal? How do developers integrate content management systems and search engines with a portal? And how do developers get started with the Portlet API? Jeff Linwood and Dave Minter show you how to solve these real problems in Building Portals with the Java Portlet API. This book describes the new Java portlet API, including security, portlet life cycles, and portlet interaction with servlets and JSP. The examples will work on any portal that complies with the JSR-168 portlet API. Several example portlets are developed to give you hands-on portlet experience. Youll even learn how to port existing servlet and JSP applications into a new portal environment. The authors also discuss Single Sign-On (SSO) using Kerberos and the GSS-API, syndicating content with RSS, and integrating a charting solution with JFreeChart. Other topics covered are the open-source Apache Jakarta Lucene search engine, personalization, portlet configuration, portlet preferences, and Web Services for Remote Portals (WSRP). XDoclet is also used throughout portions of this book.