Oracle Magazine Article: Turn Applications into Portlets with the JSF Portlet Bridge (JSR 301)

oraclemagazinebridgeVanessa Wang from the Oracle Fustion Middleware Documentation team published an excellent article in the September 2009 issue of the Oracle Magazine, walking through the steps of turning an ADF task flow into a portlet. The article comes with a sample project that you can use as a starting point for your experiment.

2 Responses

  1. I’ve read a number of JSR301 bridge-related postings on your site with much interest.
    I’m still a little confused over whether you absolutely need the bridge to run an ADF application as a portlet in Oracle Portal.
    In particular, this link http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E12839_01/portal.1111/e10238/pdg_java_intro.htm#CHDFDDBG seems to suggest one can create portlets (ADF faces driven) using a wizard and one should be able to deploy them without using a bridge.

    Can you comment on this option for those who don’t have any Webcenter license?

    Ingo

    • Ingo,

      As things stand today, you do need WebCenter license to use the JSF Portlet Bridge, regardless of what tool you use to leverage it. Since the Portlet Creation Wizard in JDeveloper uses the JSF Portlet Bridge under the covers, therefore it requires WebCenter license.

      Peter

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