Holod wrote:Yes, you can develop JSR 168-compliant portlets using NetBeans. After you install NetBeans, you have to install the PortalPack plugin : http://portalpack.netbeans.org/
Hi, sorry, I could make a mistake with forum.
So, if you can, please help me.
The problem is:
during my work I often write some part of huge portlet application based on IBM WebSphere portal server, portlets are on IBM portlet specification, IDE is RAD.
I would like to find open-source solution:
NetBeans as IDE,
Some portlet container which can work with Tomcat or GlassFish.
Can you suggest me something?
I've read http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/J2EE/sdk_portletcontaineru4/index.html
As I understood, JSR-168 doesn't allow to have "+configure mode+" (IBM has view, edit, configure, help modes), but I did not find the answer:
If I downloaded NetBean 6.0.1 all in one, latest J2EE +(Java Application Platform SDK Update 4)+
can I develop portlet app, or not? How can I deploy it...lot's of questions, I can't understand where to start.