Integrating IBM WebSphere Portal V7 with IBM WebSphere Process Server V7 using the WebSphere Process Server client

IBM WebSphere Portal 7.0 exposes many integration capabilities, including multiple ways to integrate with the workflow system of IBM WebSphere Process Server. One of the integration possibilities is using the Enterprise Java Bean (EJB) API, which requires the installation of the WebSphere Process Server Client on WebSphere Portal. The integration is supported by an out-of-the-box Task List Portlet. This white paper provides detailed instructions for configuring and setting up this integration between WebSphere Portal 7.0 and WebSphere Process Server.

29 September 2010

By Walter Haenel, Marie Knight and Wolfgang Reibert

IBM WebSphere® Portal 7.0 exposes many integration capabilities, including multiple ways to integrate with the workflow system of IBM WebSphere Process Server. One of the integration possibilities is using the Enterprise Java™ Bean (EJB) API, which requires the installation of the WebSphere Process Server Client on WebSphere Portal. The integration is supported by an out-of-the-box Task List Portlet. This white paper provides detailed instructions for configuring and setting up this integration between WebSphere Portal 7.0 and WebSphere Process Server.

In this article

  • Introduction
  • Overview of the planned integration
  • Installing prerequisites on the WebSphere Portal server
  • Enabling communication between the servers
  • Configuring the portal pages and portlets
  • Verifying the setup of process integration
  • Federating a process-e nabled portal server
  • Detailed instructions with graphics
  • Installing the standalone WPS
  • Sample properties for a cross-cell setup
  • Troubleshooting tips
  • Namespace binding
  • Conclusion
  • Resources
  • About the authors

Downloads

DescriptionNameSize
White paper in PDF formatIntegratingWithWPSv7Final.pdf1,010 KB
Sample application in EAR formatTravelBookingApp.ear20 KB

Resources

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