I am after creating a Blog and wiki functionality in Websphere Portal. I understand that blogs and wiki's can be created even with Quickr which we are already using but since we only have licence for Quickr for Lotus Domino, we cannot incorporate the Blogs in Webpshere portal as portlets and just have to give as url's.
I am actually after creating Blogs using Portlet factory/WCM in Websphere Portal 6.1 so that they can be incorporated in Websphre portal. So could some one suggest a approch to create Blogs, wiki's using rtlet factory/Lotus Web Content Management.
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3 replies Latest Post - 2010-01-27T15:53:12Z by SystemAdmin
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Re: Blogs and wiki functionality2009-12-16T20:56:27Z in response to SystemAdminFrom what I know about the WCM builder, it only allows you to consume WCM content.
You might want to post into the WebSphere Portlet Factory Best Practices database, which gets a lot more traffic than this database.
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Re: Blogs and wiki functionality2010-01-27T15:49:02Z in response to SystemAdminIn Websphere Portal 6.1.5 a set of preinstalled Web content libraries are supplied to allow you to add blog and wiki features to your Web sites.
Re: Blogs and wiki functionality2010-01-27T15:53:12Z in response to sabIBMDevWorkHi,
I tried with this but i have some issues as posted in the new forum