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GateIn Cookbook by Piergiorgio Lucidi, Luca Stancapiano, Ken Finnigan

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Chapter 8. Migrating from Existing Portals

In this chapter, we will cover:

  • Migrating a transactional portlet
  • Migrating an authenticated portlet
  • Migrating a portlet that uses JCR
  • Importing a skin from an existing website

Introduction

Due to the JCP (Java Community Process) specifications, mainly JSR 286, JSF, and the 329 Portlet Bridge, a portlet can be moved to different portals and application servers.

Each portal has its own extensions in order to deliver better features and greater performance.

In this chapter, we will look at the process through which portlets can be migrated, using simple examples.

Note

Remember, in order for an enterprise application to be highly portable it is important to use Java APIs defined by the Java specifications. Only ...

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