Personalizing a portal application for the user typically involves the use of the following three components of the application:
- Content and Information Architecture: The organization of content on the portal that allows easy modification and tuning, for meeting the user's expectations. This relates to changing and refining content on portal pages to reflect a user's interests.
- User Profile: Information about a user, including their roles and attributes, that can be effectively leveraged to filter, create role-based access, and pre-set preferences. Users can be assigned various levels of access to the portal content, and access to the content on the server can either be allowed or denied based on these access levels.
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