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From David Le Strat <>
Subject Re: Struts and JSR-168 portlets
Date Sun, 03 Oct 2004 14:55:47 GMT

You will need a Struts bridge to do so.  Jetspeed 2
(Portals Apache) has such a bridge.  Due to issues
with the handling the servlet request, J2's bridge
requires an implementation of a ServletContextProvider
interface to provide access to the portal
implementation servlet context.  J2's sample
application runs the Strust Mail Demo is the context
of the portal.

J2 is available from CVS at and
uses pluto for its portlet container.

Hope this helps.



--- wrote:

> Hi all,
> I am looking for a working example of a struts
> application where its views
> would be seen in JSR-168 portlets.
> I would like to make my struts-portlets application
> work on Tomcat, with pluto
> for example.
> Can anybody give me a link of a working example, or
> even send me some source
> code or configuration files ? I'll be thrilled...
> Other possibility that would please me a lot:
> - I have a working JSR-168 portlet application
> working with pluto on Tomcat.
> - I have a working struts example working on Tomcat.
> What should I do now to perform a "merge" of the 2
> applications (and config
> files) to obtain my "portlet-struts" program ?
> One problem that I see is that Struts uses an
> ActionServlet and pluto another
> type of servlet. How can I make them cooperate ?
> Thanks in advance.
> Cheers
> Xavier
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