Learn how to use IBM Web Experience Factory 8; specifically, how to create a simple Create, Retrieve, Update, Delete (CRUD) portlet and how to add a filter to the portlet, using one or two input text or combo boxes. This white paper also explains the steps to add validation rules to the portlet and to add notifications to the portlet input form. We focus on the step-by-step process and provide images for all steps.
- Creating a simple CRUD portlet
- Filter using select input
- Add field validation in the portlet input form
- Add notifications in the portlet input form
- Author biographies
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- Participate in the discussion forum.
developerWorks Web Experience Factory product page.
IBM Web Experience Factory product documentation page.
WebSphere Application Server InfoCenter topic, "Configuring a data source using the administrative console."
Priyoko T. Sudarmadi leads the IBM WebSphere and WebSphere Portal team at PT. Anabatic Technologies in Jakarta, Indonesia. He works in Presales and as the Project Manager and Solution Architect for solutions based on the WebSphere brand and WebSphere Portal Family of products (Portal, IBM Lotus® Quickr, IBM Sametime, WEF, Dashboard Framework and IBM Connections).