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From Paul McMahan <>
Subject Re: Adding a page to a plugin
Date Fri, 08 Feb 2008 16:35:25 GMT
Right, the doc in the wiki about the extensible admin console was  
really only helpful for Manu's followup to your question.  The  
mutipage portlet code you referred to is internal to the admin  
console and afaik is not documented anywhere nor is it intended to be  
exposed as an externally supported api.   Creating an admin console  
extension does not require you to implement your portlet this way.


On Feb 8, 2008, at 10:37 AM, Joseph Leong wrote:

> Thank you for all the responses!
> The piece i'm working on is the plugin installer in the console,  
> but it seems to be built with some sort of multipage model  
> framework. So this part of it is working a little differently than  
> the documentation, but It just so happens that your wiki references  
> on the extensible administration console will really help on the  
> debug viewer plugin piece i'm working on.
> I'll post updates on what the missing piece was once i figure it  
> out, feel it'll save someone down the road a good bit of time  
> should they go down this route and find any other pieces of the  
> console working on this multipage model framework.
> Wishing you all the best,
> Joseph Leong
> On Feb 7, 2008 4:50 PM, Joseph Leong <> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm trying to add a page to a plugin.  After tracing the code, it  
> is running through the handler ie.. hitting the actionBeforeView  
> and going into the renderView.  However nothing of my jsp page is  
> showing up.
> The steps i've taken are: 1) Create the handler page 2) create the  
> jsp page 3) Add the "addhelper" in the
> Is there anything blatantly obvious that I'm missing? Or i will  
> continue to work with these 3 pieces.
> Thanks!
> -Joseph Leong

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