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Provided by: IBMXWith tag: PortletsX
May 29, 2014 average rating 2 stars by 8 people
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Submitted by Saurabh Agarwal | Provided by IBM | Tags:
JSF2.0, WebSphere_Portal, Portlets
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JSF 2.0 Portlet Bridge for IBM WebSphere Portal

Jun 26, 2015 average rating 5 stars by 1 person
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Submitted by Jennifer Frischknecht | Provided by IBM | Tags:
connections, portal, portlets, 5.0, ibm_connections, social, activities, blogs, bookmarks, communities, files, profiles, tagcloud, wikis, community-aware, community, aware, plug-in, resolver, 4.5
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The IBM Connections Portlets for WebSphere Portal delivers the IBM Connections rich set of social software services for use within a WebSphere Portal environment. WebSphere Portal users can integrate the Activities, Blogs, Bookmarks, Communities, Forums, Profiles, and Wiki applications of Connections along with a Tag Cloud portlet for quick filtering in composite applications.

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