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Creating Web Portals with BEA WebLogic

by: Howard Block, Rob Castle, David Hritz

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Publisher: APRESS,Feb-2003

Category: WEBLOGIC SERVER Level:

ISBN: 1590590694
ISBN13: 9781590590690

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Creating Web Portals with BEA WebLogic shows the beginning portal developer how to develop a portal application from start to finish and supplies the intermediate developer with proven strategies and development tactics for creating an enterprise portal. It also provides the advanced Java application server developer with a full range of reference material.

  Creating Web Portals with BEA WebLogic goes far beyond basic portal development. The 'Using Content' chapter describes how to incorporate static content into portals by use of the BEA Content Manager and also describes the process of integrating third-party content management systems. The authors describe inter-portlet navigation and input processing using Webflow and Pipeline Components, as well as the standard Front Controller strategy. They also demonstrate how to add value to a portal by using the Personalization and Campaign services, allowing each portal user to have a tailored experience. This book teaches the use of EJBs, the BEA logging mechanism as well as best practices, skills needed in creating a robust, maintainable enterprise application.

          Author Information

  Howard Block - Howard Block is a founder and principal of NuWave Solutions. During his 18 plus years in the computer consulting industry, Howard has played many roles including office leader, technical director, project manager, and system architect. He has coauthored technology books and is a frequent speaker at major computer conferences. Howard oversees the system architecture design for customer projects and teaches Java and application server technology classes. Howard has a masters degree in computer science from Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor's degree in information systems management from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

Rob Castle - Rob Castle is a Principal at NuWave Solutions. He has over 15 years of experience in the computer industry including program manager, project management, system architect and lead developer for many large application development efforts. At NuWave Solutions, Rob's leadership responsibilities include strategic planning, sales and recruiting. Additionally, Rob has program management and system architecture responsibilities for strategic customer engagements and is a certified trainer. Prior to NuWave Solutions, Rob has lead major development efforts at Metamor Technologies, Per-Se Technologies and AON Consulting. Rob graduated Summa Cum Laude from Elon College with a B.A degree in Mathematics.

  David Hritz - David Hritz is an Architect at NuWave Solutions. He has 5 years of experience in the software industry where he has played the role of developer, lead developer, technical lead, and architect. At NuWave Solutions, David dictates coding standards and design for each project. He also codeveloped and maintains a cross-platform J2EE framework that greatly enhances the development process, and is used on several projects at NuWave Solutions. David graduated cum laude from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a B.S. degree in computer science.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to BEA WebLogic Portal

Chapter 2: Building a Portal from Scratch

Chapter 3: Basic Java Concepts

Chapter 4: Portals, Pages, and Portlets

Chapter 5: How to Customize the Look and Feel of a Portal

Chapter 6: Using Content

Chapter 7: Incorporating Webflow in Portlet Navigation

Chapter 8: Processing Input with Webflow

Chapter 9: Implementing a Front Controller

Chapter 10: EJBs Within the Portal

Chapter 11: Portal Security

Chapter 12: Portal Deployment

Chapter 13: Personalization Services

Chapter 14: Campaign Services

Chapter 15: Miscellaneous Topics

Chapter 16: Debugging

Chapter 17: Best Practices