In this episode we talk to Chris Laprun who is the WSRP lead and prinicipal software engineer at JBoss. He gives a basic overview of the project and some real world usecases of WSRP. Then I jump into a demo of how to consume a remote portlet using 2 different GateIn instances here (11:30).
The project to follow along with can be downloaded from here: downloads.jboss.org/portletbridge/episode6.zip
(2:20) Using the bridge archetypes with JBoss Tools.
(9:40) Sending and receiving Public Render Parameters.
(15:23) Publishing and consuming portlet events.
(18:37) Using Richfaces Ajax Push to communicate between portlets.
(21:56) Using the Portal Identity component for SSO
JBoss Portlet Bridge CR1:
Lesson 1: Getting Started With the JBoss Portlet Bridge. Explains how to use the bridge's provided Maven archetypes to do rapid development. Also shows how to get started with a clean install and only requires that Maven 2.0.9+ be installed on your machine.
To show off some new features in the CR2 release, I threw together a simple chat-client and chat-room set of portlets using Richfaces poll and Seam stateful session beans.
This screencast shows how to use the new PortletScope annotation along with the revised SSO/PortalIdentity (7:31) component.
Source code for this tutorial:
See the reference guide for more info: jboss.org/files/portletbridge/docs/1.0.0.CR2/en/html_single/index.html