We are trying to implement a portlet in Portal 6.1 using Websphere Portlet Factory, to integrated with Lotus Quickr 8.1 document library(s). We are using the sample portlet mentioned at this link http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/lotus/library/quickr-portlet-factory/ to integrated with portlet and it works great. We need to additionally provide SEARCH functionality INSIDE this portlet for the data coming from Quickr. Any ideas how we can do that.
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5 replies Latest Post - 2009-11-16T16:01:03Z by SystemAdmin
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Updated on 2009-11-16T16:01:03Z at 2009-11-16T16:01:03Z by SystemAdmin
Re: how to provide search functionality INSIDE a Portlet for Quickr Lib data2009-10-03T17:02:58Z in response to cmq003I suggest that you check the Quickr REST APIs to see what search capability they provide. Then you can add support to the service provider and consumer model based on what you find.
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Re: how to provide search functionality INSIDE a Portlet for Quickr Lib data2009-10-07T14:54:08Z in response to cmq003I found this on the Quickr Wiki
You may also want to post to the Quickr forum
Re: how to provide search functionality INSIDE a Portlet for Quickr Lib data2009-10-08T13:22:45Z in response to cmq003There are no REST api's for searching. To search Quickr content from Portal, you configure a search scope in Portal Search. This is described here:
Re: how to provide search functionality INSIDE a Portlet for Quickr Lib data2009-11-16T16:01:03Z in response to SystemAdminActually, I was not clear in my previous post. Let me try again:
Remotely searching Quickr data from Portal is done via Portal's Search infrastructure, as I mentioned. In a RESTful fashion, it allows you to submit search queries and retrieve feeds of the results.