[jboss-user] [JBoss Portal] - Re: JBoss Portal vs its competitors

jimisola do-not-reply at jboss.com
Wed Feb 7 21:00:32 EST 2007

I found the following information about Alfresco and its JSR-168 support:

anonymous wrote : 
  | 7. JSR-168 Portal Components
  | Alfresco supports JSR-168 portals that can be used in JBoss Portal, eXo Portal, any other JSR-168 compatible portal. It includes many different pre-packaged portlets including: browsing, space creation, uploading, versions, properties, collaboration, in-line editing, etc.

and in a very old blog post
anonymous wrote : 
  | Alfresco developed the system using the latest Java technologies, including JBoss Application Server 4.0, JBoss Portal 2.0, Spring 1.2, Hibernate 3.0, MyFaces 1.0, Lucene 1.4 and Java 1.5.

Alfresco obviously has good support JSR-168 (different portlets available).

However, another blog posts says that is uses "JBoss AS and JBoss Portal" which confuses everything.

As I understood it Alfresco can either run stand-alone using e.g. JBoss AS or integrate with JBoss Portal using JSR-168 portlets. Is there more to the integration with JBoss Portal than portlets, e.g. to act as a replacement JCR repository for JBoss Portal?


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