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Oracle Application Server Portal Handbook by Chris Ostrowski

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Exercises

The exercises in this chapter don’t require any technical skills. Rather, they are intended to show some of the "soft" skills you may require when working on an OracleAS Portal project. While other languages have business modeling tools such as UML, those tools don’t translate easily to OracleAS Portal development. In Chapter 8, Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) is discussed—while in its infancy, it provides a good first step to establishing a formal development methodology and business model process—but in most cases, OracleAS Portal portlets and content management pages are developed in an informal manner. For this reason, the examples in this chapter don’t have a "right" answer.

In every install of OracleAS Portal, there ...

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