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JBoss Portal Server Development by Ramanujam Rao

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Using JBoss Seam

While on JSF, another interesting framework for portlet implementation is JBoss Seam. Seam is a robust end-to-end application solution. Views of Seam form a small part of the whole implementation. Maximum value can be extracted if we seamlessly integrate a portal view with a Seam view. However, if we decide to implement JBoss Seam application in a JBoss portal server, it will require the latest JSF Portlet Bridge. Currently, the bridge is in beta phase, but it supports most of the features of Seam and can be used effectively in a portlet environment. When available as a general release, the bridge will allow almost seamless transitions to the portal environment.

We have seen how portlets can be easily built and deployed to the ...

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