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From "Elif Guner" <elif.gu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: New Portal
Date Thu, 02 Aug 2007 04:23:04 GMT

As far as I remember it was set in build.properties file (might be a
different name) but it's been a while and I'm not doing any Jetspeed portal
development anymore... What i remember is that you would define them (portal
name) in a properties file where you set the portal directory, database
driver and so on...

Sorry I can't be of much help...


On 8/1/07, Johan Wasserman <johan.wasserman@yahoo.com> wrote:
> This may be basics to you guys, but I find it had to get  (maybe cause I
> don;t understand all the technologies yet).  Hope someone can give me a
> simple How To for Dorks guide.
> Running Jetspeed 2.6.1GA on Tomcat 5.5.20 (installed with Demo Instaler),
> Maven 2.0.7 + mavin-ant-tasks 2.0.7, Ant 1.7.0
> I need to create a new portal app, instead of http://localhost/jetspeed it
> should be http://localhost/portal  This is cone with Maven (right?), but I
> don;t fully understand how to create the basic maven config and where
> exactly in the Jetspeed directory structure I should run maven from.
> Also, if anyone has done any flex stuf, I'd also like to know how to get
> flex properly configured on jetspeed so that it's available to my portal app
> (I'm trying to write a couple of flex portlets that may in the end be
> helpfull on portlet swap), like a flex login / registration portlet, a mail
> reader, etc.  Most of my flex apps are working individually, I'd just like
> to know the best way of getting them on jetspeed, as part of a single
> portal.
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