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Package javax.portlet

The javax.portlet package defines the API for Java Portlet Specification V2.0.

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Interface Summary
ActionRequest The ActionRequest represents the request sent to the portlet to handle an action.
It extends the ClientDataRequest interface and provides action request information to portlets.
ActionResponse The ActionResponse interface represents the portlet response to an action request.
BaseURL The BaseURL defines the basic capabilities of a portlet URL pointing back to the portlet.
CacheControl The CacheControl interface represents cache settings for a piece of markup.
ClientDataRequest The ClientDataRequest represents the request information of the HTTP request issued from the client to the portal.
It extends the PortletRequest interface.
Event The Event interface represents an event that the portlet has received in the event processing phase.
EventPortlet The EventPortlet interface allows portlets receiving events.
EventRequest The EventRequest represents the request sent to the portlet to handle an event.
EventResponse The EventResponse interface represents the portlet response to an event request.
MimeResponse The MimeResponse defines the base interface to assist a portlet in returning MIME content.
PortalContext The PortalContext interface gives the portlet the ability to retrieve information about the portal calling this portlet.
Portlet The Portlet interface is used by the portlet container to invoke the portlets.
PortletConfig The PortletConfig interface provides the portlet with its configuration.
PortletContext The PortletContext interface defines a portlet view of the portlet container.
PortletPreferences The PortletPreferences interface allows the portlet to store configuration data.
PortletRequest The PortletRequest defines the base interface to provide client request information to a portlet.
PortletRequestDispatcher The PortletRequestDispatcher interface defines an object that receives requests from the client and sends them to the specified resources (such as a servlet, HTML file, or JSP file) on the server.
PortletResponse The PortletResponse defines the base interface to assist a portlet in creating and sending a response to the client.
PortletSession The PortletSession interface provides a way to identify a user across more than one request and to store transient information about that user.
PortletURL The PortletURL interface represents a URL that reference the portlet itself.
PortletURLGenerationListener Portlet applications can register portlet URL listeners in order to filter URLs before they get generated.
PreferencesValidator The PreferencesValidator allows to validate the set of preferences of the associated portlet just before they are stored in the persistent store.
RenderRequest The RenderRequest represents the request sent to the portlet to handle a render.
RenderResponse The RenderResponse defines an object to assist a portlet in sending a response to the portal.
ResourceRequest The ResourceRequest interface represents the request send to the portlet for rendering resources.
ResourceResponse The ResourceResponse defines an object to assist a portlet for rendering a resource.
ResourceServingPortlet The ResourceServingPortlet interface allows serving resources through the portlet.
ResourceURL The ResourceURL defines a resource URL that when clicked will result in a serveResource call of the ResourceServingPortlet interface.
StateAwareResponse The StateAwareResponse represents a response that can modify state information or send events.
It extends the PortletResponse interface.
 

Class Summary
GenericPortlet The GenericPortlet class provides a default implementation for the Portlet interface.
PortletMode The PortletMode class represents the possible modes that a portlet can assume.
PortletSessionUtil The PortletSessionUtil class helps identify and decode attributes in the PORTLET_SCOPE scope of the PortletSession when accessed through the HttpSession an from within calls to methods of the HttpSessionBindingListener interface.
WindowState The WindowState class represents the possible window states that a portlet window can assume.
 

Enum Summary
PortletRequest.P3PUserInfos P3P user information constants.
 

Exception Summary
PortletException The PortletException class defines a general exception that a portlet can throw when it is unable to perform its operation successfully.
PortletModeException The PortletModeException is thrown when a portlet tries to use or set a portlet mode that is not supported by the current runtime environment or the portlet.
PortletSecurityException A portlet should throw a PortletSecurityException when a call fails because of security reasons.
Additionally it can be thrown by the portal/portlet-container.
ReadOnlyException The ReadOnlyException is thrown when a portlet tries to change the value for a read-only preference attribute.
UnavailableException The portlet should throw the UnavailableException when the portlet is either temporarily or permanently unavailable to handle requests.
ValidatorException The ValidatorException is thrown by the validate method of a PreferencesValidator when the validation of a preference failed.
WindowStateException The WindowStateException is thrown when a portlet tries to use a window state that is not supported by the current runtime environment or the portlet.
 

Annotation Types Summary
ProcessAction Annotation for marking a method for processing a specific action.
ProcessEvent Annotation for marking a method for handling a specific event.
RenderMode Annotation for marking a method for handling a specific portlet mode in the render phase.
 

Package javax.portlet Description

The javax.portlet package defines the API for Java Portlet Specification V2.0.

A portlet is a Java technology based web component, managed by a portlet container, that processes requests and generates dynamic content. Portlets provide a presentation layer to Information Systems.

Portlets generate fragments of markup (e.g. HTML, XHTML, WML). A portal combines markup fragments generated by different portlets into a portal page.

A portlet container manages the lifecyle of portlets. It also provides the required runtime environment.

Portlets are bundled in Portlet Applications as web applications using the WAR file format. A portlet application consists of two deployment descriptors: one to specify the web application resources (web.xml) and one to specify the portlet resources (portlet.xml).

Click here for an example of a portlet resources deployment descriptor (portlet.xml).



 
 
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