Liferay Portal Training

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Liferay Portal Training

June

6
-
8
, 2007




Day 1

1.

Introduction to Liferay

2.

Installation

Server:
Java,
Tomcat

Tools: Ant, Jikes
, Liferay source code


Environment: ext

Database: MySQL

IDE: Eclipse

3.

Overview of the JSR
-
168 Specification

4.

Creating Portlets

JSP Portlet

Struts Portlet

JSF Portlet


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Day 2

5.

Extending the Struts Portlet

Auto
-
generating the Service and Persistence Layer

Implementing Business Logic to Create and Retrieve Records
from the Database

Adding Validation

6.

Debugging using Eclipse

7.

Ove
rview of Spring

8.

Migrating Struts Applications to a Portlet Environment



Day 3

9.

Overview of WSRP

10.

Using Web Services in Liferay

11.

Portal Administration

12.

CMS
-

How to Build a Website on Top of the Portal

Using the Journal Content Portlet to Add an Article

Adding Portlets to Your Website Using the Portal

13.

Creating a Theme

Configuring Properties

Editing the Templates

Editing the CSS

Adding JavaScript Functions


Training Overview


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This course is designed to help you come up to speed on the functionality and

development of Liferay Portal. It will help you to increase your productivity as well as
introduce you to valuable new features, such as the runtime
-
portlet tag and hot
-
deployable themes. We will also teach you how to migrate your existing Struts
applicat
ions to a portlet environment.

NEW 4.2 Release.

Come and learn about the new features Liferay Portal 4.2 has to offer!

Hands
-
On Training

We will take you through the entire process of portlet development and teach you
industry best practices. You will lear
n how to code the action class, auto
-
generate
business components, implement server
-
side validation, and perform database operations.

Subject Matter Experts

The course will be led by the Liferay experts who designed the software.

Development Environment

Fo
r development we will setup Tomcat on Eclipse and use MySQL for the database.
Although Liferay can be used with any application server and database, the above setup
is the fastest in terms of development. We may also touch upon installation with other
appl
ication servers and databases as well.

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of Java and Servlets is required. The course will be intensive, but we
will make sure to answer any questions you have to ensure that you have a solid grasp of
the technology by the end o
f the course.

Please note that a laptop is required for this course.

Minimum System Requirements: 1.4 GHz 512MB RAM

Recommended System Requirements: 2.0 GHz 1GB RAM

Wireless Card Required.

Training Location

Training will be conducted at the
CIGNEX office, Santa Clara, CA, USA.


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For more details please contact Munwar Shariff at 408.327.9900 x303 or send email to
training@cignex.com
.