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From Roland Carlsson <rol...@alfa-moving.se>
Subject SV: SV: Build a portal
Date Tue, 15 Feb 2005 08:03:38 GMT
Hi!

Thanks for your answer. An Iframe will create much of the same problems that
I have with a regular frameset.

I'll guess that I either have to rebuild all my web-apps into one or build a
new web-app that forwards requests ala Tiles but without the constraints of
context.

Isn't this a common problem to solve that one have several webapps and one
need to show content from more than one sometimes. How is it done!

Regards
Roland Carlsson


Den 05-02-15 08.14, skrev "Aris Javier" <aris.javier@eazix.com>:

> You can make use of Windows Sharepoint Portal Server.
> But that's too expensive...
> 
> If you know how to use IFRAME and DIV then you can combine all your
> webapps 
> into one webapp.. =) and make it somewhat like a dashboard... =)
> 
> Aris 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Roland Carlsson [mailto:roland@alfa-moving.se]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 15, 2005 3:06 PM
> To: TomcatUsers
> Subject: VB: SV: Build a portal
> 
> Hi!
> 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" <jbainbridge@gmail.com>:
> 
>> On Mon, 14 Feb 2005 14:39:57 +0100, Roland Carlsson
>> <roland@alfa-moving.se> 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 - http://kde.org KDE Web Team -
>> webmaster@kde
> 
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