Portal Server 6.x

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Desktop How Tos

Different Headers for Roles
How to configure Different Headers for different roles/organizations
V6.1


Sample Portal Desktop Mapping
If you are in doubt as to what JSP template file creates a component on the desktop, take a look at this document. This is a mapping of all of the files and where they get referenced.
V6.1


Sample Portal Content Edit Option Mapping
This is the same time mapping for content edit as in the Sample Portal Desktop Mapping
V6.1


XML Theme Definitions
This is a list of the XML Attributes that make up a theme and their descriptions.

V6.2
V6.3
Lock Channel Positions on the Desktop
How do you force a channel to a paticular row or column. This article shows you how to configure a channel to a specific spot.


V6.3

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Development How Tos

File Locations
This Document helps you locate key file with in the Portal Server file structure.
V6.1
V6.2 W2K
V6.3
Creating a Sub Organization This walks you through all of the steps necessary to create a working sub Organization for portal. There are policy and templates that must be created.
V6.1
V6.2

V6.3

Creating a Sub Organization that supports SRA
This walks you through all of the steps necessary to create a working sub Organization for Portal Secure Remote Access. There are additional policies required for SRA

V6.2 V6.3
JSR168 FAQ JSR168 FAQ from the Portlet Community


V6.3
PDEPLOY Examples
Examples of using pdeploy

V6.2
V6.3
PAR Command Examples and Documentation
Example of using par command and the documentation for the command

V6.2
V6.3
Portlet Inter- Communications
Example code for JSR168 Inter-communications between portlets.


V6.3
Portlet Presentation
This Portlet Presentation talks about the JSR168 standard as well as providing a demonstration of building a JSR168 portlet.
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Portal Server Evaluation Guide
This Guide walks you through installing and modifing the W2K Portal Server.
V6.1



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Channels/Portlets

Creating an Application Server Channel
This document walks you through creating a new Application Server Channel. It defines what attributes must be set and where to set them.


V6.3
JSP IFrame Provider Example
This is a provider that creates an iFrame channel. (This is a tar File)
V6.1


URLScraper that Passed UID
This provider extends the URLScraperProvider and appends the user's UID as a parameter to the GET for the specified URL


V6.3
Deploying Fatwire Display Profile
This link provides a tar ball that contains scripts and xml files that can be used to load the Fatwire Portlets into the portal.


V6.3

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Secure Remote Access


Configure Netfile to Connect to Windows File Shares
In order for Netfile to be able to access Windows File Shares it is necessary to deploy JCIFS to the portal server.

V6.2


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Performance


SLAMD Test for Netlet Performance
Instructions and scripts for load testing the Netlet capability.


V6.3

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Administrative


Find a user in LDAP
Example of an LDAP Search to find a user in a Portal deployment.


V6.3
Enable Debug How to enable debug V6.1

Change Portal Host Name
This is a guide to walk you through changing the host name of the portal server.
V6.1


Creating a "Virtual Portal Server" Environment
The Customer would like to create organizations in the portal server that correspond to different sites that are in different network domains. This is very similar to virtual web servers on the web server 6.1 product but instead it is “virtual portal servers.” An example of this would be creating two organizations in the portal server. One named org1 and the other named otherOrg. To access these organizations they want to have anonymous pages that are specific to each organization and they want to access org1 using the url: http://www.org1.com and otherOrg using the url: http://www.otherOrg.com

V6.3
 
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