IBM - IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 Application Development 1 and 2

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IBM - IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 Application Development 1 and 2: In this course, students who are new to WebSphere Portal, will create portlet projects and basic portlets. From there, they will progress quickly into aspects of portlet customization and flexibility. They will also learn several methods to support inter-portlet communication, as well as data access. All of these..
Gerichtet an: In this course, students who are new to WebSphere Portal, will create portlet projects and basic portlets. From there, they will progress quickly into aspects of portlet customization and flexibility. They will also learn several methods to support inter-portlet communication, as well as data access. All of these activities will be pursued from a best practices perspective. Students will use IBM Rational Application Developer 7.5 in this course. Portlet Factory will not be used...

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The prerequisites for this course include J2EE application development skills, specifically servlet and JSP development experience Basic knowledge of portals and WebSphere Portal acquired by completing IBM WebSphere Portal Version 6.0 Fundamentals (WP010) IBM WebSphere Portal Version 6.0 Fundamentals (WP010)

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IBM - IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 Application Development 1 and 2: In this course, students who are new to WebSphere Portal, will create portlet projects and basic portlets. From there, they will progress quickly into aspects of portlet customization and flexibility. They will also learn several methods to support inter-portlet communication, as well as data access. All of these activities will be pursued from a best practices perspective. Students will use IBM Rational Application Developer 7.5 in this course. Portlet Factory will not be used in this course.ZielgruppeThe target audience for this course is new portlet application developers, integration specialists, and software architects responsible for developing solutions using IBM WebSphere Portal V6.1.

ZIELGRUPPE
In this course, students who are new to WebSphere Portal, will create portlet projects and basic portlets. From there, they will progress quickly into aspects of portlet customization and flexibility. They will also learn several methods to support inter-portlet communication, as well as data access. All of these activities will be pursued from a best practices perspective. Students will use IBM Rational Application Developer 7.5 in this course. Portlet Factory will not be used in this course.ZielgruppeThe target audience for this course is new portlet application developers, integration specialists, and software architects responsible for developing solutions using IBM WebSphere Portal V6.1.

KURSINHALT
KurszieleAfter completing this course, students should be able to:
  • Describe the structure of the WebSphere Portal container
  • Create and test portlets
  • Use the API core objects in a portlet
  • Employ tag libraries in JSPs
  • Process portlet input
  • Customize portlet behavior
  • Tie portlets together using event processing
  • Tie portlets together using the property broker
  • Build JavaServer Faces portlets
  • Implement the Credential Vault Service
  • Build a portlet service
  • Create Resource Serving portlets
  • Create portlet filters
  • Create and implement AJAX and Web 2.0 portlets
  • Implement personalization
  • Create a composite application
  • Create a portal brand
ThemenübersichtPart 1 IBM WebSphere Portal V6.1 Application Development 1
Lesson 1: Exploring IBM WebSphere Portal
  • Topic 1A: Examining Portal Architecture
  • Topic 1B: Exploring Basic Portal Functionality
Lesson 2: Creating and Testing Portlets
  • Topic 2A: Examining the Portlet Development Lifecycle
  • Topic 2B: Portlet Projects and Portlets
  • Topic 2C: Configuring and Testing Portlets
Lesson 3: Working with the API Core Objects
  • Topic 3A: Examining Core Objects
Lesson 4: Leveraging Tag Libraries
  • Topic 4A: Defining Tag Libraries and JSP Expression Language
  • Topic 4B: Exploring the Importance of Using Tag Libraries
  • Topic 4C: Using the Portlet Tag Library
  • Topic 4D: Examining the JSP Expression Language
  • Topic 4E: Working with JSTL
  • Topic 4F: Internationalizing Portlet Output
  • Topic 4G: JSP Best Practices
Lesson 5: Processing Portlet Input
  • Topic 5A: Processing Input in the processAction Method
  • Topic 5B: Examining the Relationships Between the PortletRequest and PortletResponse Objects
  • Topic 5C: Passing Data as renderParameters
  • Topic 5D: Passing Data on the Request or Session
  • Topic 5E: Using Processing Best Practices
Lesson 6: Customizing Portlet Behavior
  • Topic 6A: Examining the Preferences Persistence Mechanism
  • Topic 6B: Portlet Customization Best Practices
Lesson 7: Building Interactive Portlets: Event Processing
  • Topic 7A: Sharing Data Between Portlets
Lesson 8 Building Interactive Portlets: Using Property Broker
  • Topic 8A: Sharing Data Between Portlets
  • Topic 8B: Examining the WSDL File Structure
  • Topic 8C: Sharing Data Best Practices
Lesson 9: Accessing Data Using Service Data Objects
  • Topic 9A: Defining Service Data Objects and the Java Persistence API
  • Topic 9B: Accessing Relational Data Best Practices
Lesson 10: Building JavaServer Faces Portlets
  • Topic 10A: Examining JavaServer Faces
  • Topic 10B: JSF Best Practices
Lesson 11: Implementing the Credential Vault Service
  • Topic 11A: Defining a Single Sign-On Environment
  • Topic 11B: Examining the Credential Vault
  • Topic 11C: Accessing the Credential Vault
  • Topic 11D: Single Sign-On Best Practices
Part 2 IBM WebSphere Portal V6.1 Application Development 2
Lesson 1: Building a Portlet Service
  • Topic 1A: Defining a Service
  • Topic 1B: Creating a Service
  • Topic 1C: Using Services Best Practices
Lesson 2: Service Resources
  • Topic 2A: Defining a Resource
  • Topic 2B: Creating a Service
  • Topic 2C: Using Resource Serving Portlet Best Practices
Lesson 3: Creating and Implementing AJAX and Web 2.0 Portlets
  • Topic 3A: Defining AJAX Architecture
  • Topic 3B: Examining Rational Application Developer Tooling for AJAX
  • Topic 3C: Defining Web 2.0
  • Topic 3D: Creating Web 2.0 Based Portlets
Lesson 4: Building Portlet Filters
  • Topic 4A: Defining Portlet Filters
Lesson 5: Implementing Personalization
  • Topic 5A: Defining Personalization
  • Topic 5B: Implementing Personalization
Lesson 6: Creating a Composite Application
  • Topic 6A: Defining a Composite Application
  • Topic 6B: Building a Composite Application
Lesson 7: Creating a Portal Brand
  • Topic 7A: Defining a Theme
  • Topic 7B: Creating a Theme
HinweiseDie Kurssprache ist deutsch. Das Kursmaterial ist englisch.

VORRAUSSETZUNG
The prerequisites for this course include
J2EE application development skills, specifically servlet and JSP development experience
Basic knowledge of portals and WebSphere Portal acquired by completing IBM WebSphere Portal Version 6.0 Fundamentals (WP010)
  • IBM WebSphere Portal Version 6.0 Fundamentals (WP010)

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