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From Tomáš Drenčák <tomas.dren...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Portlet in tapestry
Date Thu, 01 Sep 2005 15:39:39 GMT
Thanks Ryan!
But I'm little bit confused about first portlet... Where can I define
page layout to include different pages? How to navigate inside of each
page and retain state of other pages included in portlet?

Thanks
     tomas

2005/9/1, Ryan Wynn <rwynn@us.ibm.com>:
> The configuration changes between web and portlet application are not that
> bad.  Get your web.xml and portlet.xml from
> http://jakarta.apache.org/tapestry/tapestry-portlet/configuration.html
> 
> Then use View.html instead of Home.html as your start page.  If you want
> to change this to use a name besides View you will need to incorporate
> hivemind.
> Create a hivemodule.xml according to the hivemind documentation and copy
> it into WEB-INF.  Add the following
> 
> <contribution
> configuration-id="tapestry.portlet.resolver.PageResolverRules">
>  <match portlet-mode="view" page="MyStartPage"/>
> </contribution>
> 
> The last thing that snagged me was that I had used the
> tapestry-annotations jars in my WEB-INF/lib.  You only want this if you
> are using annotations and of course your Portal Server is running on java
> 5.  Also make sure all the other tapestry jars including
> tapestry-portlet.jar are in your WEB-INF/lib directory.
> 
> That is pretty much it.  The Tapestry 4 HelloWorld tutorial for web apps
> at http://jakarta.apache.org/tapestry/QuickStart/helloworld.html should
> then be adapted to the above rules, namely use View.html instead of
> Home.html.  Once you have the configuraton set up tapestry works pretty
> much the same as it always has.
> 
> I created my .page files in WEB-INF.  So I have a View.page in there.  As
> mentioned before I also have a hivemodule.xml in that directory.
> 
> Ryan
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Tomáš Drenčák <tomas.drencak@gmail.com>
> 09/01/2005 01:51 AM
> Please respond to
> "Tapestry users"
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> Subject
> Portlet in tapestry
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> Hi all,
> I'd like to try tapestry portlet support, but there's too little
> documentation or tutorials written on this topic (which I've
> found...). Is there somewhere study case application or tutorial on
> this topic? Or can you tell me basic steps to have a functional Hello
> world portlet application?
> 
> Thanks
>         Tomas
> 
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