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From Roland Carlsson <>
Subject VB: SV: Build a portal
Date Tue, 15 Feb 2005 07:05:54 GMT
I'm sorry for not being clear in my question.

I have  dynamic content, much are info-screens that should be visible all
the time. Since these info-screens are from different webapps i'm having
trouble to combine them into one page.

If I read you correctly you are only speeking about static content and not
dynmaic content? Perhaps there are some other product  that could handle
this problem?

Thanks in advance
Roland Carlsson

Den 05-02-14 16.07, skrev "Jason Bainbridge" <>:

> On Mon, 14 Feb 2005 14:39:57 +0100, Roland Carlsson
> <> wrote:
>> Hi!
>> I have built an intranet for a while now and have build everything in small
>> discrete parts that are quite independat of each other. Using the Single
>> sign on valve made it easy to integrate the parts and since we are using a
>> frameset the menus wasn't a problem.
>> Now we are going to replace our frameset with includes and now I forsee a
>> pain in the neck keeping look and feel consistent since I don't have the
>> framset but have to keep a copy of the common components in every web-app.
>> I am really hoping that I have missed something but isn't there a way to
>> have common components in one place only?
> Not really a Tomcat question and it isn't very clear exactly what you
> are after but I am guessing you might want to use something like the
> ROOT webapp to store all the common & static files and then you can
> refer to them with absolute links like href=/media/images/logo.gif
> Regards,
> -- 
> Jason Bainbridge
> KDE - Conquer Your Desktop -
> KDE Web Team - webmaster@kde

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