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1. Welcome to the Jetspeed 2 Wiki

1.1. What's New

1.1.1. What's new in Jetspeed-2 (J2)?

Everything :) Jetspeed-2 is a complete rewrite of Jetspeed-1. It is the next-generation enterprise portal at Apache Portals. It's hard to pick out the coolest new feature. Some may think that the component architecture and Spring integration, others like CMS-based navigation model, and others like the standardization of portlet development. Personally, what is cool to me is the new community at Apache Portals, and how Jetspeed-2 fits into that community as the enterprise portal.

The complete answer of what is new in Jetspeed-2 is:

Jetspeed-2 is a part of an open enterprise development platform based on components and standards. You have an excellent deployment model and component integration framework that will enable people to write standard portlet applications and supporting components, and deploy them live to the portal.

Apache Portals provides a powerful integration platform for all kinds of enterprise software development. With Portals Bridges, you can now develop portlet applications with JSF, Struts, PHP, or Velocity. When the Portals applications project is accepted into Apache, we will have a community for developing vertical portlet applications that are not coupled to any portal server.

1.1.2. Features

Jetspeed-2 Specifications

Features:

* Sample Portlets

1.2. News

1.2.1. Old News

2. Ongoing Jetspeed 2 Platform Development

2.1. RoadMaps

2.2. Proposals In Active Discussion

3. Apache Jetspeed 2 Documentation Project

3.1. Overview

3.2. Documentation Team

3.2.1. 2009

=== Originals===

3.3. Documentation Process

  1. Jetspeed-2 Wiki (Incubation)
  2. Jetspeed 2 Website

  3. Code produced documentation (Javadoc, Forrest, etc.)

3.4. Quickstart for the Impatient

3.5. Portal Developers Documentation

This is designed to support the development of a new custom portal. It includes includes overall system architecture and all of the features that are configured at the portal level.

3.6. Portlet Developers Documentation

This is documentation that an analyst or a programmer requires to develop a portlet that will run in a Jetspeed portal environment.

3.7. System Administrators Documentation

This is the information that a system administrator needs to know to install Jetspeed and get it ready to receive a portal developed by a third party or by an in-house development team. It deals with system requirements, installation and upgrade, backup, configuring the servlet container and tuning.

3.8. End-users Documentation

Since the end-user does not usually come into contact with Jetspeed, this is documentation is oriented to the administrative user and is about using the administration portlets that come with Jetspeed. This is also good reading for the other types of consumers mentioned above.

4. Support

4.1. Problems Getting Started

4.1.1. Old Problems Getting Started

4.2. FAQ

4.2.1. Developers FAQ

4.2.2. Admins FAQ

4.3. Offically Supported Application Servers

5. Development

5.1. Development Using the Jetspeed 2 Engine

5.2. Development Presentations

6. Extensions

6.1. A JSR168-compliant implementation of inter-portlet communication

7. Marketing

8. Feedback

9. Resources

9.1. MyFaces and Tiles

10. Jetspeed 2 on the net

The following portals are built using the Jetspeed 2 engine: (please list here)

* http://www.napaexcellence.ca] e-learning for UAP (NAPA) by Artifact Software.

* http://acadamy.tiremax.ca] e-Learning for a chain of garages by Artifact Software.

* http://www.cs.msu.su] http://fao.cs.msu.su/] The Faculty of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics of Lomonosov Moscow State University website.

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