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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Myfaces Wiki] Update of "Using Portlets" by StephanStrittmatter
Date Thu, 29 Jun 2006 07:04:48 GMT
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The following page has been changed by StephanStrittmatter:
http://wiki.apache.org/myfaces/Using_Portlets

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  == Problems ==
  There are some issues, which cause the problems of using !MyFaces together with portals.
The !MyFaces-Team is working on these issues to reduce any limitation.
  
-  * ''!HeaderResource:'' !MyFaces uses also external resources like CSS and !JavaScripts
files. These files are added by the framework only once to the head part of the generated
HTML output. Running as portlet, there is no access to this head as the portlet do not know
about its container. For this, special ''!HeaderResource'' implementations are required for
specific portal servers.
+  * ''["External Resources"]:'' !MyFaces uses also external resources like CSS and !JavaScripts
files. Some of these files are added by the framework only once to the head part of the generated
HTML output. Running as portlet, there is no access to this head as the portlet do not know
about its container. For this, special ''["External Resources"]'' implementations are required
for specific portal servers.
   * ''Generated IDs'': !MyFaces uses internal also IDs to identify the controls, but some
portal servers rename these IDs (prefixes them for example) which could cause problems with
generated !JavaScript code.
   * ''Caching'': Portal servers provide ofthen caching of the portlets. This could work different
than the expected caching provided by a commen web contaienr like Tomcat. One solution could
be to disable portlet caching, see http://jroller.com/page/stritti?entry=myfaces_portlets_within_liferay
-  * ''FileUpload'' component: the file upload requires specific form parameters and do not
work with no modifications within portlets.
+  * ''FileUpload'' component: the file upload requires specific form parameters and do not
work with no modifications within portlets. See also: ["Setup For File Uploads"]
  
  == Howtos ==
  

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