[jboss-user] [JBoss Portal] - Re: Default Pages On Reboot

PeterJ do-not-reply at jboss.com
Tue Feb 26 16:27:15 EST 2008

Using any portlet as an example, you could do this.

Do not have any *-object.xml file. You do not even need a portlet-instances.xml file. Without these two, you need to go into the Management Portlet and manually create the portlet instance and then create the portal/page, and finally add the portlet object to the page (this causes the portlet instance to show on the page). This is all described in the JBoss Portal documentation.

This mechanism works well if you plan to set up the final (production) portal by hand, but does not work well if you want to set up a test or development portal on one machine and then later deploy to a production machine.

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