IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal, Building Integrated Solutions Console modules using the PAA Visual Designer Plug-in

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Genaro Fernandez

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: February 28, 2007

Building Integrated Solutions Console modules requires Java™ EE and portlet development skills (for building the pages that provide the module functionality), plus XML skills (for describing how the pages and their contents will be arranged in the console, and for defining which roles will be authorized to access those pages). Creating the needed XML descriptor files can be the most complicated task, since they have their own structure which must be learnt. This article explains how the PAA Visual Designer Plug-in for the Application Server Toolkit simplifies console module development so you can concentrate on writing page and portlet code.

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