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Web Services for Remote Portlets (WSRP) and Application Syndication Portlet A Portlet B Portlet C Producer 1 Portlet D Portlet E SOAP/ WSRP Producer 2 WSRP Producer Portals
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Local Portlet (JSR 168) Local Portlet (JSR 168) HTTP User's Web Browser Portlet A (WSRP) Portlet C (WSRP) Portlet E (WSRP) WSRP Consumer Portal
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Figure 12-1. Typical WSRP architecture, with two producers and one consumer
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The WSRP model should open enterprise architectures to a new range of applications for portals because all portal applications will share a common presentation model. This is important for organizations that have invested in J2EE and .NET environments because portlets running in either display in a consumer portal with WSRP .
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Producers offer portlets to consumers as web services, using SOAP The WSRP . specification defines four web services for producers: Service Description: Offers information and metadata about the producer to consumers. This service is required. Markup: Provides content markup fragments for portlets, and processes interaction requests. This service is required. Registration: Allows consumers to register their information and metadata with the producer, including their capabilities. This service is optional. Portlet Management: Configures and customizes offered portlets for use by the consumer. This service is optional. The producer must implement the Service Description and Markup web services, and may optionally implement the Registration and Portlet Management web services.
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The producer does not have to be a portal that allows direct user access. For instance, a large company could have a sales portlet application hosted on a server cluster in a central location. The server cluster would be behind a network firewall that allows traffic and access (using WSRP) only from consumer portals run by its customers. The portlet s user accesses the consumer portals and is unaware that the portlet runs on a separate server. This environment has a deployment cost advantage over a solution that requires the portlet application on each consumer portal. Any upgrades for the portlet application are automatic, and the consumer portal administrators do not have to worry about the portlet application details.
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Consumers call producers to discover portlets, ask for portlet markup, or send portlet events to the producer for processing. They aggregate the portlet markup fragments into a portal page, and return that to the end user s web browser. The portlet markup fragments can come from WSRP portlets or locally running portlets. In many cases, the consumer will be a proxy portlet that uses the Java portlet API to talk to the local portal and uses WSRP/SOAP to communicate with the producer. Not every consumer will be a portlet or otherwise embedded in a portal. Another scenario is to use the WSRP API to include syndicated applications in a web application. For instance, the navigation for the web page could be generated locally, and the remote portlet can be displayed in the content area. The web application would thus be responsible for much of what a portal does, but would not display any other portlets.
Portlets
WSRP portlets are components running on the producer that process actions and return markup or content. The WSRP portlets can conform to the Java portlet API, or they can be proprietary Java portlets, .NET portlets, or any other language. In addition, software applications that are not portals can be producers of WSRP portlets.
WSRP and the Java Portlet API
The first versions of the Java Portlet API (JSR 168) and WSRP share core portlet concepts, so JSR 168 portlets are compatible with the WSRP standard with no additional code. WSRP portlets return markup requests, which correspond to the JSR 168 render-handling requests. WSRP portlets also process interactions, which
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correspond to JSR 168 action-handling requests. WSRP supports JSR 168 portlet preferences. The consumer portal information maps to the Java portlet API PortalContext object. This information includes supported portlet modes, supported window states, portal properties, vendor name, and version. WSRP supports the standard JSR 168 VIEW, EDIT, and HELP portlet modes. The WSRP specification also defines the custom PREVIEW portlet mode for portlets to provide a sample or demo of how they will appear. WSRP supports custom portlet modes. All of the standard JSR 168 window states are valid WSRP window states (normal, minimized, maximized). In addition, WSRP supports the solo window state for portlets that are the only portlet displaying in a portal page. WSRP also supports custom window states.
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