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Subject [Myfaces Wiki] Update of "Setting_up_Portal_Environments_for_Bridge" by MichaelFreedman
Date Thu, 17 Jun 2010 22:58:44 GMT
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The "Setting_up_Portal_Environments_for_Bridge" page has been changed by MichaelFreedman.


   1. In Tomcat's bin directory, execute {{{ }}} (linux) or {{{ startup.bat }}}
   1. Browse to {{{ http://localhost:8080/pluto/portal }}}
   1. Login as user pluto (password=pluto) or tomcat (password=tomcat) if you are using the
''tomcat-users.xml'' above or else whatever user you have set up to be in the pluto and manager
- '''TODO:''' I'm waiting for a demo app to be created so that I can tell how to deploy the
demo application in this environment.
+ === Add Additional Libraries ===
+ The above provides you with an installation that has everything you need to run a packaged
portlet bridge application (assuming that the package has an appropriate pluto modified web.xml
and includes the portlet bridge jars and the JSF jars) except for the JSTL 1.2 jar (jstl-api-1.2.jar).
 Download this jar from a maven repository (e.g. try
and place it into your <TOMCAT_DIR>/lib directory.
+ === Verify JSF Portlet (Bridge) execution ===
+ Before attempting to deploy and run your own JSF based portlet application, verify that
the above installation is complete and runs the Portlet 1.0 Bridge for JSF 1.2 bridge successfully,
by deploying one of the example applications included in the examples distribution that is
part of the Portlet Bridge release.  For more information on using these examples see the
related topic in this wiki.

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