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Course outline — JB321
Develop, configure, and install portlets
Getting started with JBoss Enterprise Portal Platform 5
Objective: The basics of getting JBoss® EPP set up. Takes the student through high-level tutorials to quickly gain hands-on experience of basic skills that will allow them to progress more quickly through subsequent units.
Objective: Database configuration and permission/authentication topics to set up user and group structure.
Portal navigation and pages
Objective: How to define navigation for a portal and set up a page hierarchy.
Introduction to portal development
Objective: Set up and configure a development environment (JBoss Developer Studio) to develop, test, and deploy spec-compliant Java™ portlets to JBoss EPP.
Advanced portlet development
Objective: Develop a portlet as part of a Java Enterprise Application.
Objective: Implement interaction between separate portlets that can function as a single work case.
Using the Portlet Bridge
Objective: Develop and deploy JSF/Seam-based Portlets using the JBoss Portlet Bridge.
Portlet skin development
Objective: Create a custom look and feel for a portal by editing the supplied CSS and configuration files.
Web services for remote portlets (WSRP)
Objective: Use portlets as producers and consumers of web services using WSRP.
Production and deployment administration
Objective: Create a new portal instance and migrate the developed portal to it.
Objective: Configure a portal to use single-sign-on (SSO).
Objective: Internationalize a portal and portlets by configuring language settings and resource bundles.
An introduction to JBoss Site Publisher
Objective: Install Site Publisher and create a portal with it.
Administrating Site Publisher
Objective: Create and display dynamic content in a portal using Site Publisher
Note: Course outline is subject to change with technology advances and as the nature of the underlying job evolves. For questions or confirmation on a specific objective or topic, please contact a training specialist via the web or at 1-866-626-2994.