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IBM WebSphere 7.0 Portal Training in Chennai

Websphere Portal Training in Chennai IBM WebSphere Portal is a set of software tools that enables companies to build and manage web portals. It provides a single access point to web content and applications, while delivering differentiated, personalized experiences for each user. Greens Technology is the Best training institute offer Websphere Portal training in Chennai by IBM certified professionals Our Websphere Portal training syllabus is perfectly mixed with practical and job oriented training.

Websphere Portal Training Objectives

  • Learn the portlet programming basics and how to use the RAD Portal Tools to create and deubug portal applications
  • Master using the JSR 168 Portlet API's and the JSR 168 Tag Library to develop custom portlets
  • Learn to create custom portals using JSF, struts and AJAX
  • Become skilled at using many portal features of RAD 7.0 including the Portal Designer and WebSphere Portal 6 Server for testing and debugging
  • Understand portal best practices including WebSphere guidelines and portal do's and don'ts

Websphere Portal Training in Chennai Syllabus

Accelebrate's WebSphere 7.0 Portal Training course teaches attendees WebSphere Portal development using Rational Application Developer (RAD) 7.0. Students will develop custom portlets using the JSR 168 API, JavaServer Faces, Struts and AJAX.

  • WebSphere Portal Server Introduction
    • Portal Features
    • Key Concepts
    • Page Layout and Aggregation
    • WebSphere Portal Products
    • WebSphere Portal Architecture
  • Portlet Programming Basics
    • Portlet Container
    • Portlets Versus Servlets
    • Portlet APIs
    • Portlet States and Modes
    • Portlet Lifecycle
    • Portlet Interactions
    • Request Processing
    • Core Objects
    • Deployment
  • RAD: Portal Tools
    • Hardware and Software Requirements
    • Installing the Portal Tools for RAD
    • Portal Development Process
    • Portal Test Environment Configuration
    • Creating Portal and Portlet Projects
    • Project Structure
    • Supported APIs
    • Adding Portlets
    • Views and Editors that Support Portlet Development
    • Adding Portlet Tags
    • Portlet Deployment Descriptor Editor
  • Debugging Portlets
    • Configuring a WebSphere Portal Test Environment
    • Attaching to WebSphere Portal
    • Debugging Portlets
    • Common Mistakes
  • JSR 168 Portlet API: Part 1
    • The Portlet Interface
    • LifeCycle Methods
    • Core API: GenericPortlet, PortletConfig, PortletContext and PortletSession
    • Request Processing Objects: PortletRequest, PortletResponse and PortletURL
    • Portlet Modes and States
    • Action Processing
  • JSR 168 Portlet API: Part 2
    • Portlet Preferences and Preference Validation
    • User Information and User Attributes
    • Listeners
    • Portlet Caching
    • Known Limitations
    • Configuration and Deployment
  • JSR 168 Portlet Tag Library
    • Tag Basics
    • Commonly-used Portlet Tags
    • Using JSTL in Portlets
  • JSF Basics (optional)
    • JSF Architecture
    • JSF Application Components
    • Development Steps
    • UI Component Model
    • Page Development
    • HTML UI Components and Faces Client Components
    • Navigation Model, Navigation Rules and Navigation Cases
    • Binding, Developing and Declaring Backing Beans
    • Faces Request Life Cycle
  • JSF Portlets
    • JSF Portlet Runtime
    • Action Processing and Rendering
    • Development Steps
    • Creating JSF Portlet Projects and Portlets
    • Project Structure
    • Adding and Configuring JSF Portlet Components
    • Using the Page Data and Client Data Views
    • Editing Page Code Classes
    • Accessing the Portlet API from JSF
    • Value Binding
    • Custom Validators
    • Defining Deployment Settings and Page Navigation
    • JSF Portlet Limitations
  • Developing Portlets with AJAX
    • AJAX Overview
    • The Advantages and Disadvantages of AJAX
    • AJAX Request Types
    • Configuring Parameters and Specifying Events
    • Views that Support AJAX
    • Using AJAX from a Portlet
    • Handling AJAX Requests
    • Making an AJAX Request
  • Struts Overview (optional)
    • MVC and Struts
    • Model Components
    • View Components
    • Custom Tags
    • Struts HTML Tags
    • Struts Bean Tags
    • Struts Logic Tags
    • Controller Components: ActionServlet, ActionMapping, ActionForm and Action
    • Strengths and Weaknesses
  • Struts Portlets
    • Struts Portlet Framework
    • Action Processing and Rendering
    • Error Processing and Response Objects
    • URI/URL Construction
    • Struts Tools
    • Creating Struts-based Portlets
    • Designing Struts Portlets using the Web Diagram
    • Generating Struts Portlet Framework (SPF) Actions
    • Struts Configuration
  • Internationalization Support
    • Approaches to Internationalization
    • Resource Bundles
    • Supported Locales
    • Accessing Resource Bundles
    • JSLT Internationalization Tags
    • Displaying Locale-Specific Messages
    • Formatting Dates and Numbers
    • Providing Translated Resources and Serving Translated Files
  • Cooperative Portlets
    • Cooperative Portlets Framework
    • Sharing Properties Between Portlets
    • Property Broker
    • Specifying Sources and Targets
    • Describing Properties in WSDL
    • Publishing Properties for a JSR 168 Portlet
    • Processing Input Properties
    • Portlet Wiring Tool
    • Deployment Settings
    • Internationalization
  • Portlet Services
    • Portlet Services Architecture
    • CredentialVaultService, ContentAccessService, PropertyBrokerService
    • Consuming Services
    • Implementing a Custom Portlet Service
  • Credential Vault Service
    • The Purpose of the Credential Vault
    • Credential Types
    • Slots
    • Vault Service API
    • Accessing Credentials
    • Deployment Settings
    • Credential Vault Portlet
    • Credential Issues
  • Composite Applications
    • What are Composite Applications?
    • Why Use Composite Applications?
    • Design Process
    • Templates
    • Components and Applications
    • Building a Template
    • Parameterization
    • Creating an Application
    • Application Roles
    • Membership
  • WSRP
    • Web Services for Remote Portlets Overview
    • Why Use WSRP?
    • Remote Portlets
    • WSRP4J
    • WSRP Producer
    • WSRP Consumer
  • Portal Customization
    • Portal Project Wizard and Portal Project Structure
    • Portal Designer
    • Portal Navigation and Hierarchy
    • Defining Layout
    • Creating and Editing Themes nd Skins
    • Editing Styles Within a Theme
  • Basic Portal Administration
    • Hardware and Software Requirements
    • Portal Components
    • Controlling the Administrative Server
    • Controlling the WebSphere Portal Server
    • Page Navigation
    • Administration Portlets
    • Portal Page Administration
    • Deploying Portlets
    • Defining Unique Names
    • Managing Themes and Skins
  • Portlet Best Practices
    • Portlet Application Principles
    • Using the Model-View-Controller Pattern
    • Portlet Do's and Don'ts
    • WebSphere Guidelines
    • JSP guidelines
    • Data Management
    • Session Usage
    • Multiple Markup
    • Performance
  • Conclusion

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""Karthik! I am really delighted about the IBM Websphere Portal course and i am surprised to see the depth of your knowledge in all aspects of the IBM Websphere MQ. I see that many architects with over 15+ yrs experience doesn't have the knowledge that you have. I really enjoyed your sessions, definitely look forward to learn more from you in the future. Thanks again." "