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portalizing domino applications for websphere portal
Portalizing Domino Applications for WebSphere Portal
byTommi Tulisaloet al. ISBN:0738499811
IBM Redbooks 2003 (448 pages)

This Redbook describes how to integrate existing Domino applications into the IBM WebSphere Portal, shows some key concepts of portals and Domino application integration, and outlines some recognized design patterns for Domino application integration.

Table of Contents
Portalizing Domino Applications for WebSphere Portal
Notices
Preface
Chapter 1- Introduction to Portalizing Domino Applications
Chapter 2- Integration Techniques
Chapter 3- Using Existing Portlets
Chapter 4- Using Custom Domino JSP Tag Libraries
Chapter 5- Portlet Development using Java: Technology Review
Chapter 6- Portlet Development using Java: Integration Examples
Chapter 7- Portlet Builders
Appendix A- Data Dictionary for Case Study
Appendix B- Additional Material
Related Publications
Index
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Examples


 

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Back Cover

This IBM Redbook describes how to integrate existing Domino applications into the IBM WebSphere Portal. We have coined the term "portalizing" to describe this effort.

We begin by explaining why portal integration is so useful for any company that has a Domino environment, and the importance of integrating Domino applications into the WebSphere Portal. We also explain some of the key concepts of portals and Domino application integration, and outline some recognized design patterns for Domino application integration.

Next, we preview the recognized integration options which are described in detail later in the book. We also introduce the sample Domino application we used for our portalizing exercises throughout the book.

For each of the integration options, we provide an overview of the technology, an introduction to the software and tools used, and step-by-step examples of using the techniques to portalize our sample Domino application.



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Portalizing Domino Applications for WebSphere Portal

Tommi Tulisalo

Christopher Heltzel

Camilo Rojas

Michael Ticknor

Oliver Trabert

Marko Viksten

Redbooks

ibm.com/redbooks

Integrating existing Domino applications into a portal

Portlet builders from IBM, Bowstreet, and CONET

Step-by-step integration techniques applied to practical scenarios

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Before using this information and the product it supports, read the information in "Notices" on page vii.

First Edition (September 2003)

This edition applies to IBM Lotus Domino 6 and IBM WebSphere Portal 4.2.

Copyright © International Business Machines Corporation 2003.

ISBN:0738499811

All rights reserved.

Note to U.S. Government Users Restricted Rights -- Use, duplication or disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corp.



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