Software as a Service: Composing multi-tenant user interfaces using WebSphere Portlet Factory

Hosting multiple tenants from a shared environment requires a high degree of configurability in order to provide each tenant with the branding and customization that they require. In this demo, you'll see the dynamic profiling capability of WebSphere Portlet Factory and how it is used in conjunction with virtual portals to provide tenant customization through configuration rather than custom coding.

Mary Taylor (marytaylor@us.ibm.com), Senior IT Architect, IBM

Author Photo: Mary TaylorMary Taylor is a senior software engineer. She is working in the Strategic Technology Architecture and Incubation team, and she is currently working on an SOA CBS pilot. Her interests include DB2 and DataStage.



08 October 2007

Hosting multiple tenants from a shared environment requires a high degree of configurability in order to provide each tenant with the branding and customization that they require. In this demo, you'll see the dynamic profiling capability of WebSphere® Portlet Factory and how it is used in conjunction with virtual portals to provide tenant customization through configuration rather than custom coding.

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Sample implementation artifact for building SaaS solutions on IBM middleware

Import the following WPF archive file into a new WPF project in WebSphere Portlet Factory Version 6.0. This WPF profile set (J2BWPFportletaConfigPS.pset) includes dynamic profiles for bank1 and bank2 in the sample banking application.

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