[jboss-user] [JBoss Portal] - Re: Url : how to define MyPortal as the default portal.
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Fri Aug 8 15:25:12 EDT 2008
"thomas.heute at jboss.com" wrote : It is at context level, AFAIK you cannot modify it with the XML descriptors.
| I don't think there is a Jira for this yet, so you can open one.
| (JSR 168, is defining the portlet container, so it has no notion of portals neither page, it's vendor specific)
I've got a largely empty WAR called "myportal-topology.war" that has just a *-object.xml file in the WEB-INF called "myportal-topology-object.xml"...
The head of the file looks like this:
| <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
| <!DOCTYPE deployments PUBLIC
| "-//JBoss Portal//DTD Portal Object 2.6//EN"
This deploys fine and populates the pages with the proper instances and all that jazz. Only problem is that it doesn't set the default PORTAL to "myportal".
I have the default page working no problem... just not the default portal...
How do I get this working? I've seen a number of folks asking this question and the answers always seem to be either telling them how to set the default page (wrong answer), or "I think it's somewhere in X but you can figure it out", or "use the admin portlet" (not an option for me since we're trying to make this an automated deployment process.
Thanks in advance,
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