WPL55 Разработка приложений для WebSphere Portal V8.5 с использованием Rational Application Developer

This course is designed for users who are new to developing applications for IBM WebSphere Portal Server V8.5. It describes the fundamentals of designing and creating portlets and how to put the new features to use. In addition, you have the opportunity to apply best coding practices throughout the course, developing robust portlet applications and portal themes by using Dojo, asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax), and client-side aggregation.

Количество часов
5 дней
This intermediate course is for experienced application developers who are familiar with Java, Web 2.0, and web development and who are familiar with security concepts.

What you will learn

  • Use the features, functions, and procedures of IBM WebSphere Portal 8.5 to achieve the following tasks:
  • Compare Rational Application Developer and WebSphere Portlet Factory
  • Locate developer resources
  • Review portlet concepts, such as the portlet lifecycle, WAR file architecture, core, objects, and methods
  • Set up a development environment
  • Perform basics of creating a project, deploying a portlet, starting and stopping a server, and adding a portlet to a page
  • Work with the Core API (JSR 286)
  • Use tag libraries
  • Process portlet input
  • Customize portlet behavior
  • Build interactive (collaborative) portlets
  • Understand the basics of JavaServer Faces (JSF)
  • Use JSF in the WebSphere Portal environment
  • Use Dojo and Ajax for WebSphere Portal development


  1. Overview of IBM WebSphere Portal 8.5
  2. Working with portlet concepts
  3. Performing basic tasks
  4. Exercise: Creating, deploying, and testing a portlet
  5. Working with the core API
  6. Exercise: Working with core portlet objects
  7. Using tag libraries
  8. Exercise: Using tag libraries in portlet applications
  9. Processing portlet input
  10. Exercise: Processing client input requests
  11. Customizing portlet behavior
  12. Exercise: Customizing portlet behavior
  13. Interactive portlets
  14. Exercise: Developing and testing interactive portlets
  15. Introduction to JavaServer Faces
  16. Exercise: Creating a JSF portlet application
  17. Serving resources
  18. Exercise: Creating a resource serving portlet
  19. Using Dojo and Ajax in portal development
  20. Exercise: Using Dojo in a portlet application
  21. Overview of the portlet services
  22. Exercise: Creating a custom portlet service
  23. Working with portlet services
  24. Exercise: Using a standard portlet service
  25. Building portlet filters
  26. Exercise: Developing and testing a portlet filter
  27. Implementing personalization
  28. Exercise: Using personalization to develop and test components
  29. Creating a portal brand
  30. Creating multichannel Portal Applications
  31. Exercise: Creating a multichannel Portal Application
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