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From "Carsten Ziegeler" <cziege...@s-und-n.de>
Subject RE: Features of cocoon
Date Thu, 29 Jan 2004 16:06:48 GMT
Anna Bikkina wrote:
>
> I have multiple applications which require logon. I want to make
> sure if the
> user logs on one application he does not have to log on again till he
> logsout.
>
> I want to port all the applications to cocoon. Just want to make
> sure that
> cocoon has this feature of single sign on available.

Yes, this is possible. Obviously you have to do a little bit to get it
running as you have to pass the login information from one application
(or from the single login point) to the other applications.

>
> Also for personalization I want to have differnt porlets for
> different users.

This is supported.

> And change the look and the feel of pages just like we do in my.yahoo.com.

Yes, this is easy by just using different stylesheets for the look and feel.

>
> Regarding adding new pages if I have to add a new page to cocoon
> does it apply
> lot of development.
No, I think this doesn't require more effort than it would in other portal
servers.

>
> Our idea of moving to a portal server is to be able to add new
> functionality
> to our portal easily(in less time).
>
This is of course difficult to answer :) I personally think that the cocoon
portal is very flexible and allows you to change every detail if the need
arises.
In addition it's very easy to plugin new functionality.
And once you know how things work, it's easy to develop such extensions.

HTH
Carsten

Carsten Ziegeler
Open Source Group, S&N AG
http://www.osoco.net/weblogs/rael/Carsten


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