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Accessing J2EE application from Portal Application

It is said in "Portal Runtime Technology" that I can access servlets from Portal Application - How can I do that? Do anyone have any examples of how to do it?

Thank a lot for a help!

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  • Posted on Oct 28, 2004 at 07:33 AM

    I might have misunderstood your question.

    First interpretation:

    If your servlets support Http "get" then you can call your servlets using a URL iView.

    Second interpretation:

    Just like a regular Java web application your can use JSP, Servlets, etc. in the portal. However, the portal offers additional programming APIs and features. For instance, everything revolves around the central PageProcessorComponent object. Before you start developing portal web applications you must be familiar with regular Java web development. Furthermore, it is crucial that you understand the process steps of the portal.

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2004 at 10:58 AM

    Hi,

    Thank you so much Frederic.

    But the link does not solve my problem. It gives an example on how to access EJB via JNDI from a portal application. But my requirement is to access a servlet from portal application (not running a servlet as a portal). The servlet is in an EAR and the PAR file is deployed in that EAR.

    An example code would be of much help.

    Thaks in advance.

    Atheek

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