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11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

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A

About mode, 6.1.1.7
access control lists
see ACLs
ACLs, 7.2.7.4
portlet privileges, 7.2.7.4
privileges, 7.2.7.4
provider privileges, 7.2.7.4
add_category API, 12.3
add_content_area API, 12.1
add_folder API, 12.2
add_item API, 12.4, 12.4
add_item_ils_privileges API, 15.3.1
add_item_post_upload API, 12.4
add_perspective API, 12.3
ADF, 7.3.3
Apache struts
creating a portlet, 7.3.2
overview, 7.3.1.2
APIs, 1.4.7
providing access to, 9.3
supported, 9.2, F.1
wwctx_api.get_nls_language, 9.5.2, 14.2
wwctx_api.set_context, 10.1
wwctx_api.set_nls_language, 14.3
wwpro_invalidation_api.execute_cache_invalidation, 9.4.3
wwsbr_api.add_category, 12.3
wwsbr_api.add_content_area, 12.1
wwsbr_api.add_folder, 12.2
wwsbr_api.add_item, 12.4, 12.4
wwsbr_api.add_item_ils_privileges, 15.3.1
wwsbr_api.add_item_post_upload, 12.4
wwsbr_api.add_perspective, 12.3
wwsbr_api.approve, 16.7
wwsbr_api.check_in_item, 11.2.3
wwsbr_api.check_out_item, 11.2.3
wwsbr_api.clear_cmef_context, 9.4.5
wwsbr_api.copy_folder, 11.4.2
wwsbr_api.copy_item, 11.4.1
wwsbr_api.delete_folder, 11.5.2
wwsbr_api.delete_ils_privilege, 15.3.2
wwsbr_api.delete_item, 11.5.1
wwsbr_api.enable_ils_for_item, 15.3
wwsbr_api.inherit_folder_privileges, 15.3.3
wwsbr_api.modify_folder, 11.1
wwsbr_api.modify_item, 11.2.2
p_addnewversion, 11.2.4
wwsbr_api.modify_item_post_upload, 12.4
wwsbr_api.move_category, 11.3.3
wwsbr_api.move_folder, 11.3.2
wwsbr_api.move_item, 11.3.1
wwsbr_api.move_perspective, 11.3.3
wwsbr_api.reject, 16.7
wwsbr_api.set_attribute, 11.2.1
wwsbr_api.undelete_item, 11.5.1
wwsbr_api.upload_blob, 12.4
wwsec_api.grantee_list, 15.1
wwsec_api.remove_group_acl, 15.2.2
wwsec_api.remove_user_acl, 15.2.2
wwsec_api.set_group_acl, 15.2.1
wwsec_api.set_user_acl, 15.2.1
wwsrc_api.get_all_items_xml, 13.4.3
wwsrc_api.get_item_xml, 13.4.4
wwsrc_api.item_search, 13.1
wwsrc_api.page_search, 13.2
wwsrc_api.specify_attributes, 13.3
Application Development Framework, 7.3.3
application.log, B.2.1
approve API, 16.7
attributes
events, G.5
searching, 13.3
setting for items, 11.2.1
values, 11.2.1
authenticated content
Single Sign-On and, 1.4.3, 5.1, 5.3
authentication, 7.2.7.2.1
comparison of portlet builders, 2.18
external application, 7.2.7.3.2
message, 7.2.7.7
none, 7.2.7.3.3
partner application, 7.2.7.3.1
proxy
Web Clipping and, B.4.5
server, 7.2.7.2.3
single sign-on, 7.2.7.3
authorization, 7.2.7.2.2

B

BACK_LINK, 7.2.3.3.1
base attributes
values, 11.2.1
best practices
About mode, 6.1.1.7
CSS for Shared Screen mode, 6.1.1.1.2
Edit Defaults mode, 6.1.1.3.1
Edit mode, 6.1.1.2.1
error handling PL/SQL, 8.9.1
event handling PL/SQL, 8.10.1
for Java portlets, 6.1
Help mode, 6.1.1.6
HTML for Shared Screen mode, 6.1.1.1.1
Link mode, 6.1.1.8
navigation, 6.1.2
PL/SQL procedures and functions, 8.1.2
Preview mode, 6.1.1.4
security PL/SQL, 8.7.1
browsing
Web Clipping and, 5.2.2

C

caching, 7.2.9
activation, 7.2.9.2
adding, 7.2.9.3, 7.2.9.4, 7.2.9.5
expiry-based, 2.5, 7.2.9
expiry-based PL/SQL, 8.8.4
invalidation port, 7.2.9.4.2
invalidation-based, 2.5, 7.2.9
invalidation-based PL/SQL, 8.8.5
manually invalidating the cache, 7.2.9.4.4
PL/SQL, 8.8
provider servlet for invalidation based, 7.2.9.4.1
provider.xml for invalidation based, 7.2.9.4.3
style, 2.5
system-level, 2.5
user-level, 2.5
validation-based, 2.5, 7.2.9
validation-based PL/SQL, 8.8.3
categories
applying to an item, 16.3.7.2.4
creating, 12.3
events, G.8
character sets
Web Clipping and, 5.1, 5.7
character-separated values
building a portlet based on a spreadsheet, 4.3
chart portlets
comparison, 2.11
check_in_item API, 11.2.3
check_out_item API, 11.2.3
cipher manager, 7.2.8.3.6
clear_cmef_context API, 9.4.5
clipping sections, 5.2.2
CMEF
about, 16.1
applying a category, 16.3.7.2.4
applying a perspective, 16.3.7.2.4
approving an item, 16.3.7.2.3
creating a page, 16.3.7.1.1
creating a subscriber, 16.3.1
creating an item, 16.3.7.2.1
deleting a page, 16.3.7.1.4
deleting an item, 16.3.7.2.5
dequeuing messages, 16.2.2.3
enabling CMEF events, 16.3.3
enqueuing messages, 16.2.1
external workflow example, 16.8
installing examples, 16.4
item approval, 16.3.7.2.2
item notification example, 16.6
item verification example, 16.7
listening to messages, 16.2.4
message payload, 16.3.6
portal object event logging example, 16.5
registering a subscriber, 16.2.2.1, 16.3.2
running a subscriber, 16.3.5
updating a page group ACL, 16.3.7.1.3
updating page ACL, 16.3.7.1.2
communication
HTTPS, 7.2.7.8
security, 7.2.7.2.3
connection information
OmniPortlet, 3.2.2.2
connection problems
Web Clipping, B.4.4
constructResourceURL, 6.1.2.1.4
content
adding to page, 5.2
rendering inline, 2.10
Content Management Event Framework
see CMEF
context
setting for session, 10.1
context information
accessing PL/SQL, 8.6
function calls PL/SQL, 8.6.1
obtaining using wwctx_api package, 8.6.2
cookies
Web Clipping and, 5.7
copy_folder API, 11.4.2
copy_item API, 11.4.1
CSS
guidelines for Shared Screen mode, 6.1.1.1.2
customization
implementing PL/SQL session store, 8.4.2
preference store for PL/SQL, 8.4.1
customizations
transporting, 7.2.8
customizing
Show page, 7.2.2.3

D

data
filtering, 3.2.3
data sources
filtering data, 3.2.3
using a spreadsheet, 3.2.2.3
using a Web Service, 3.2.2.6
using an existing Web page, 3.2.2.7
using SQL, 3.2.2.4
using with portlets, 3.2.1
using XML, 3.2.2.5
database providers, 2.4.3, 2.4.3
DBA Studio, 16.2.2.2
DBMS_AQADM.ADD_SUBSCRIBER procedure, 16.2.2.1
DBMS_AQADM.REMOVE_SUBSCRIBER procedure, 16.2.2.1
DBMS_AQ.DEQUEUE procedure, 16.2.2.3
CONSUMER_NAME parameter, 16.2.2.3
DEQUEUE_MODE parameter, 16.2.2.3
NAVIGATION parameter, 16.2.2.3
DBMS_AQ.LISTEN procedure, 16.2.4
debugging information
Web Clipping and, B.4.1
delete_folder API, 11.5.2
delete_ils_privilege API, 15.3.2
delete_item API, 11.5.1
deploying
properties, D.2.4
testing, D.2.3
WAR file for PDK-Java portlet, 6.5.4
deployment plans
creating automatically, D.2.2
dequeuing, 16.2.2.3
DESIGN_LINK, 7.2.3.3.1
develop in-place portlets, 2.7
develop-in-place portlets, 2.1
DeviceClass header, 8.12

E

EAR file, D.1.1
creating manually, D.2.1.4
deploying manually, D.2.2
Edit Defaults mode, 3.2.6, 6.1.1.3
Edit Defaults page, 7.2.2.2
Edit mode, 6.1.1.2
Edit page, 7.2.2.2
enable_ils_for_item API, 15.3
encryption
example, 7.2.8.3.6
for transport, 7.2.8.3.4
message, 7.2.7.2.3
enqueuing, 16.2.1
error handling
PL/SQL, 8.9
error messages
Web Clipping, B.4.2
errors
Web Clipping and, B.4.1, B.4.5
event handling
PL/SQL, 8.10
EVENT_LINK, 7.2.3.3.1
events, 7.2.3
adding to a portlet, 3.2.7
attributes, G.5
categories, G.8
configuring with portlet parameters, 4.6
enabling for CMEF, 16.3.3
generated code in provider.xml, 7.2.3.4
item types, G.6
items, G.1
page groups, G.4
page types, G.7
pages, G.2
perspectives, G.9
submitting, 7.2.3.4
tabs, G.3
templates, G.10
using with OmniPortlet, 3.3
examples
building an OmniPortlet on a spreadsheet, 4.3
building an OmniPortlet on a Web Service, 4.2, 4.7
building an OmniPortlet on an existing Web page, 4.5
building an OmniPortlet on an XML data source, 4.4
configuring portlet parameters and events, 4.6
installing for CMEF, 16.4
OmniPortlet, 4
using HTMLlayout, 4.7
execute_cache_invalidation API, 9.4.3
expiration
portlet content, 5.2.3
Expires field
Web Clipping and, 5.2.3
expiry-based caching, 2.5
export
by reference, 7.2.8.3.5
by reference example, 7.2.8.3.7
customizations, 7.2.8
encrypting for, 7.2.8.3.4
encryption example, 7.2.8.3.6
example of, 7.2.8.2
JNDI variable, 7.2.8.3.2
logging interface, 7.2.8.1
programming interface, 7.2.8.1
securing communications, 7.2.8.3.1
security, 7.2.8.3
exportData, 7.2.8.1, 7.2.8.1, 7.2.8.1
external applications
authentication, 7.2.7.3.2
Web Clipping and, 1.4.3, 5.1, 5.3
external links, 6.1.2.1.3

F

file not found, B.2.2.6
files
creating file items, 12.4
uploading, 12.4
forms
building with URL types, 7.2.3.3.3
Web Clipping and, 5.2.3, 5.4.3
Full Screen mode, 6.1.1.5
fuzzy matching
with Web Clipping, 1.4.3, 5.1

G

generator
PL/SQL, 8.2
get method
transforming for JPS portlets, B.2.2.11
get_all_items_xml API, 13.4.3
get_item_xml API, 13.4.4
get_nls_language API, 9.5.2, 14.2
grantee_list API, 15.1
guidelines
About mode, 6.1.1.7
CSS for Shared Screen mode, 6.1.1.1.2
Edit Defaults mode, 6.1.1.3.1
Edit mode, 6.1.1.2.1
error handling PL/SQL, 8.9.1
event handling PL/SQL, 8.10.1
Help mode, 6.1.1.6
HTML for Shared Screen mode, 6.1.1.1.1
Link mode, 6.1.1.8
mobile, PL/SQL, 6.1.4, 8.1.3
navigation, 6.1.2
Preview mode, 6.1.1.4
security PL/SQL, 8.7.1

H

Help mode, 6.1.1.6
HTML
guidelines for Shared Screen mode, 6.1.1.1.1
HTML layout
using with OmniPortlet, 4.7
htmlFormHiddenFields, 7.2.3.3.3
HTTP error code 407
Web Clipping and, B.4.5
httpd.conf, 7.2.7.6
HTTPS, 7.2.7.8
configuration, 7.2.7.8

I

IDs
finding, 10.3
ILS, 15.3
defining privileges, 15.3.1
enabling for item, 15.3
enabling for page, 15.3
images
in Web Clipping clip, B.4.7
resource proxy, 6.1.2.1.4
import
by reference, 7.2.8.3.5
by reference example, 7.2.8.3.7
customizations, 7.2.8
encrypting for, 7.2.8.3.4
encryption example., 7.2.8.3.6
JNDI variable, 7.2.8.3.2
logging interface, 7.2.8.1
programming interface, 7.2.8.1
securing communications, 7.2.8.3.1
security, 7.2.8.3
importData, 7.2.8.1, 7.2.8.1, 7.2.8.1
inherit_folder_privileges API, 15.3.3
inline rendering, 2.10
Web Clipping and, 1.4.3, 5.1
input parameters
Web Clipping and, 5.2.3, 5.4.3
internal links, 6.1.2.1.4
internationalization
Web Clipping and, 5.1
intraportlet links, 6.1.2.1.1
URL parameters, 7.2.3.3.1
invalidation-based caching, 2.5
ISO-8859-1 character set, 5.7
item ID
finding, 10.3.4
item level security
see ILS
item types
events, G.6
item_search API, 13.1
items
applying a category, 16.3.7.2.4
applying a perspective, 16.3.7.2.4
approval, 16.3.7.2.2
approving, 12.6, 16.3.7.2.3
associating with uploaded files, 12.4
checking in, 11.2.3
checking out, 11.2.3
copying, 11.4.1
creating, 12.4, 16.3.7.2.1
creating file items, 12.4
defining privileges, 15.3.1
deleting, 11.5.1, 16.3.7.2.5
editing, 11.2.2
enabling ILS, 15.3
events, G.1
moving, 11.3.1
new version, 11.2.4
rejecting, 12.6
searching, 13.1
searching specific attributes, 13.3
security, 15.3
setting attributes, 11.2.1
setting perspectives, 12.5
translations, 14.5

J

J2EE application server, 2.4
Java Community Process, 2.2.3
Java Portlet Specification
see JPS
Java portlets
authentication for external application, 2.18.3
caching style, 2.5.2
capturing content, 2.9.3
charting, 2.11.3
comparing to other portlet builders, 2.1
development tool, 2.6.2
event support, 2.14.1
expertise required, 2.3.3
guidelines, 6.1
multi-lingual support, 2.16.1
pagination support, 2.17.3
parameter support, 2.13.2
rendering content inline, 2.10.3
security, 2.15.2
usage suitability, 2.2.3
user interface, 2.8.3
JavaScript
Web Clipping and, 5.7
JNDI, 7.2.4
declaring variables, 7.2.4.1
deployment properties, D.2.4
for export, 7.2.8.3.2
for import, 7.2.8.3.2
retrieving variables, 7.2.4.3
setting variable values, 7.2.4.2
variable naming conventions, 7.2.4.1.2
variable types, 7.2.4.1.1
variables provided by PDK-Java, 7.2.4.3
JPS, 6.2
creating portlet, 6.3.1
deploying portlet, 6.3.3
personalizing portlets, 7.1.1
JSR-168, 2.1

L

language
items, 14.5
setting for session, 14.3
string loading PL/SQL, 8.11.2.1
string retrieval PL/SQL, 8.11.2.2
language support
see multi-lingual portlets
layout
bullet, 3.2.5.4
chart, 3.2.5.2
form, 3.2.5.5
news, 3.2.5.3
OmniPortlet, 3.2.5
tabular, 3.2.5.1
LDAP
see Oracle Internet Directory
limitations
Web Clipping and, 5.7
Link mode, 6.1.1.8
for mobile PL/SQL portlets, 8.12
links
building with URL parameters, 7.2.3.3.2
portlet, 6.1.2.1
load balancers
Web Clipping and, B.4.4
logging
application.log, B.2.1
provider levels, B.2.1
Web Clipping files, B.4.2
Web Clipping levels, B.4.1
LOGIN_LINK, 7.2.3.3.1
logon denied message
Web Clipping and, B.4.4

M

matrix, portlet technologies, 2
message payload, 16.3.6
messages
500, B.2.2.5, B.2.2.10
authentication, 7.2.7.7
dequeuing, 16.2.2.3
encryption, 7.2.7.2.3
enqueuing, 16.2.1
listening, 16.2.4
migration
preference store, 7.2.2
MIME type
setting for mobile portlets, 8.12
MLS
see multi-lingual portlets
mobile
accessing configuration data, 7.2.10.1
determining device type, 8.12
DeviceClass header for PL/SQL, 8.12
Link mode for PL/SQL, 8.12
navigation, 7.2.10.2
PL/SQL guidelines, 6.1.4, 8.1.3
portlets, PDK-Java, 7.2.10
portlets, PL/SQL, 8.12
mod_osso
Web Clipping and, 5.7
mode
Edit Defaults, 3.2.6
modes
About, 6.1.1.7
adding render, 7.2.1
Edit, 6.1.1.2
Edit Defaults, 6.1.1.3
Full Screen, 6.1.1.5
Help, 6.1.1.6
Link, 6.1.1.8
list of Show, 6.1.1
Preview, 6.1.1.4
Shared Screen, 6.1.1.1
modify_folder API, 11.1
modify_item API, 11.2.2
p_addnewversion, 11.2.4
modify_item_post_upload API, 12.4
move_category API, 11.3.3
move_folder API, 11.3.2
move_item API, 11.3.1
move_perspective API, 11.3.3
multi-lingual
PL/SQL portlets, 8.11
multi-lingual portlets
comparison, 2.16
provider.xml, 7.2.11.2.2
resource bundles, 7.2.11.2.1
updating renderer, 7.2.11.2.1

N

navigation
implement within a portlet, 7.2.3.3.4
link API, 7.2.3.3.2
with Web Clipping, 1.4.3, 5.1
within a Java portlet, 6.1.2
NLS
see multi-lingual portlets
Web Clipping and, 5.1

O

OmniPortlet, 1.4.4
adding to a page, 4.1
authentication for external application, 2.18.2
building based on a spreadsheet, 4.3
building based on an existing Web page, 4.5
building based on an XML data source, 4.4
building based on character-separated values, 4.3
bullet layout, 3.2.5.4
caching style, 2.5.1
capturing content, 2.9.2
chart layout, 3.2.5.2
charting, 2.11.2
comparing to other portlet builders, 2.1
configuring portlet parameters and events, 4.6
connection information, 3.2.2.2
definition, 3.1
development tool, 2.6.1
event support, 2.14.1
Events tab, 3.2.7
examples, 4
expertise required, 2.3.2
Filter tab, 3.2.3
filtering data, 3.2.3
form layout, 3.2.5.5
HTML layout example, 4.7
Layout tab, 3.2.5
multi-lingual support, 2.16.1
news layout, 3.2.5.3
pagination support, 2.17.2
parameter support, 2.13.1
proxy authentication, 3.2.2.1
rendering content inline, 2.10.2
security, 2.15.1
Source tab, 3.2.2
spreadsheet example, 4.3
tabular layout, 3.2.5.1
troubleshooting, B.3
Type tab, 3.2.1
usage suitability, 2.2.2
using data sources, 3.2.1
using the wizard, 3.2
View tab, 3.2.4
Web page example, 4.5
Web Service example, 4.2, 4.7
XML example, 4.4
Oracle Diagnostics and Tuning pack, 16.2.2.2
Oracle Enterprise Manager
DBA Studio, 16.2.2.2
Oracle Internet Directory, 7.2.7.9
Oracle JDeveloper
deploying JPS portlet, 6.3.3
deploying PDK-Java portlet, 6.5.4
WAR file deployment, 6.5.4
Oracle Streams AQ
and CMEF, 16.2
Oracle struts portlet, 7.3.1.3
OracleAS Metadata Repository, 9.1
OracleAS Portal
repository, 2.4.4
using data sources, 3.2.1
OracleAS Portal pages
Web Clipping and, 5.7
OracleAS Web Cache
invalidation port, 7.2.9.4.2, 7.2.9.4.3
invalidation-based caching, 2.5

P

package
implementing portlet with PL/SQL, 8.3.1
implementing provider with PL/SQL, 8.3.2
page
partial refresh, 7.2.3.3.4
page designer, definition, Preface
page groups
creating, 12.1
enabling CMEF events, 16.3.3
events, G.4
searching all, 13.1
searching in specific, 13.2
updating ACL, 16.3.7.1.3
page manager
see page designer
page metadata, 2.4.4
page parameters, 2.12
page types
events, G.7
PAGE_LINK, 7.2.3.3.1
page_search API, 13.2
pages
copying, 11.4.2
creating, 12.2, 16.3.7.1.1
creating an item, 12.4
creating file items, 12.4
deleting, 11.5.2, 16.3.7.1.4
editing, 11.1
enabling ILS, 15.3
events, G.2
moving, 11.3.2
searching, 13.2
setting perspectives, 12.5
updating ACL, 16.3.7.1.2
pagination support in portlets, comparison, 2.17
Parallel Page Engine (PPE), 2.4.4
parameters, 7.2.3
adding, 7.2.3.2
building links with URL, 7.2.3.3.2
configuring portlet parameters and events, 4.6
generated code in provider.xml, 7.2.3.2
mapping public PL/SQL, 8.5.2
passing page PL/SQL, 8.5.2
passing private PL/SQL, 8.5.1
PL/SQL, 8.5
qualified PL/SQL, 8.5.1
retrieving values PL/SQL, 8.5.3
types, 2.12
unqualified PL/SQL, 8.5.1
using with OmniPortlet, 3.3
Web Clipping and, 5.2.3, 5.4.3
parameters and events
using with OmniPortlet, 3.3
partner application, 7.2.7.3.1
PDK, 1.4.7
PDK-Java, 6.4
comparing to other portlet builders, 2.1
deploying portlet, 6.5.4
JNDI variables, 7.2.4.3
manually packaging providers, D
personalizing portlets, 7.2.2
Portlet Wizard, 6.5.1
render modes, 7.2.1
testing portlet and provider, 6.5.3
PDK-PL/SQL
comparing to other portlet builders, 2.1
pending items
approving, 12.6
rejecting, 12.6
performance
caching, 7.2.9
caching PL/SQL, 8.8
personal pages
Web Clipping and, 5.4.1
personalizing
code generated by wizard, 7.2.2.2.1
Edit and Edit Defaults pages, 7.2.2.2
JPS portlets, 7.1.1
modifying generated code, 7.2.2.2.2
PDK-Java portlets, 7.2.2
personalizing content
Web Clipping, 5.4.1, 5.4.3
perspectives
applying to an item, 16.3.7.2.4
creating, 12.3
events, G.9
setting for items, 12.5
setting for pages, 12.5
PL/SQL
accessing context information, 8.6
building portlets, 8.3
caching, 8.8
error handling, 8.9
event handling, 8.10
generator, 8.2
implementing the portlet package, 8.3.1
implementing the provider package, 8.3.2
parameters, 8.5
preference store, 8.4.1
publishing generated portlets, 8.2.3
recommended procedures and functions, 8.1.2
running the generator, 8.2.2
security, 8.7
session store, 8.4.2
starter provider sample, 8.3
XML for generator, 8.2.1
PL/SQL portlets
authentication for external application, 2.18.4
building expertise required, 2.3.5
caching style, 2.5.3
capturing content, 2.9.4
charting, 2.11.5
comparing to other portlet builders, 2.1
development tool, 2.6.3
event support, 2.14.2
mobile guidelines, 6.1.4, 8.1.3
multi-lingual support, 2.16.1
pagination support, 2.17.3
parameter support, 2.13.2
rendering content inline, 2.10.5
security, 2.15.4
usage suitability, 2.2.5
user interface, 2.8.3
portal developer, definition, Preface
portal links, 6.1.2.1.2
Portal schema
password and Web Clipping, B.4.4
Portal Tools
OmniPortlet, 3.1
portals
about, 1.1
using data sources, 3.2.1
portlet
refresh, 7.2.3.3.4
Portlet Builder
caching style, 2.5.1
charting, 2.11.4
comparing to other portlet builders, 2.1
development tool, 2.6.1
event support, 2.14.2
expertise required, 2.3.4
multi-lingual support, 2.16.2
pagination support, 2.17.4
parameter support, 2.13.1
rendering content inline, 2.10.4
security, 2.15.3
usage suitability, 2.2.4
portlet developer,definition, Preface
portlet parameters
configuring, 4.6
Portlet Wizard
generated code for personalization, 7.2.2.2.1
modifying generated code, 7.2.2.2.2
PDK-Java, 6.5.1
PortletDefintion, 7.2.8.1
PortletInstance, 7.2.8.1
PortletRenderer, 7.2.2
portlets
adding a header and footer, 3.2.4
adding events, 3.2.7
building with PL/SQL, 8.3
bullet layout, 3.2.5.4
caching, PL/SQL, 8.8
changing the layout, 3.2.5
changing view options, 3.2.4
chart layout, 3.2.5.2
context information PL/SQL, 8.6
creating a struts portlet, 7.3.2
creating JPS-compliant, 6.3.1
customization export, 7.2.8
defined, 1.2
deploying JPS compliant, 6.3.3
deploying PDK-Java compliant, 6.5.4
deployment, 2.4
development tool, 2.6
error handling PL/SQL, 8.9
event handling PL/SQL, 8.10
export of customizations, 7.2.8
features and characteristics, 2
form layout, 3.2.5.5
guidelines, Java, 6.1
guidelines, PL/SQL
best practices, 8.1
implementing navigation within, 7.2.3.3.4
Java, 6, 7
Java Standards, 2.1
links, 6.1.2.1
mobile guidelines, 6.1.4, 8.1.3
mobile, PDK-Java, 7.2.10
mobile, PL/SQL, 8.12
modes list, 6.1.1
multi-lingual, 7.2.11
multi-lingual PL/SQL, 8.11
navigation link API, 7.2.3.3.2
news layout, 3.2.5.3
not displaying, B.2.7
OmniPortlet, 1.4.4
out of the box, 1.4.1
package, PL/SQL, 8.3.1
PDK-Java, 6.5.1
personalizing JPS, 7.1.1
personalizing PDK-Java, 7.2.2
PL/SQL, 8
PL/SQL parameters, 8.5
Portlet Builder, 1.4.5
privileges, 7.2.7.4
providers, 2.4
publishing generated, 8.2.3
record, for mobile PL/SQL, 8.12
security, 7.2.7
security managers, 7.2.7.5
security PL/SQL, 8.7
tabular layout, 3.2.5.1
technologies, 2
testing PDK-Java, 6.5.3
URL types, 7.2.3.3.1
Web Clipping, 1.4.3
Web source, 1.2
preference store, 7.2.2
creating and accessing in PL/SQL, 8.4.1.2
migration utility, 7.2.2
PL/SQL, 8.4.1
PrefStoreTransporter, 7.2.8.3.7
Preview mode, 6.1.1.4
private portlet parameters, 2.12
privileges, 7.2.7.4
defining for items, 15.3.1
portlet, 7.2.7.4
provider, 7.2.7.4
retrieving, 15.1
properties
Web Clipping portlet, 5.2.3, 5.4.3
provider_record, 8.13.2
ProviderInstance, 7.2.8.1
providers
architecture, 2.4.4
database providers, 2.4.3
logging levels, B.2.1
manually packaging, D
package, PL/SQL, 8.3.2
portlet deployment, 2.4
privileges, 7.2.7.4
registering for JPS, 6.3.4
registering for PDK-Java, 6.5.5
registering programmatically, 8.13
registration, 2.4.5
runTest, E.2.2
servlet for invalidation based caching, 7.2.9.4.1
test harness, E.2
test page, E.1
provider.xml
activating invalidation based caching, 7.2.9.4.3
events, 7.2.3.4
multi-lingual, 7.2.11.2.2
parameters, 7.2.3.2
portlet resource bundles, 7.2.11.2.2
preference information, 7.2.2.4
provider resource bundles, 7.2.11.2.2
session, 7.2.6.2
updating for render modes, 7.2.1.3
provsyns.sql script, 9.3
proxy authentication
OmniPortlet, 3.2.2.1
URL-based portlets and, 5.6.5
Web Clipping and, 1.4.3, 5.1, B.4.5
proxy server setting
Web Clipping and, B.4.4
proxy, resource, 6.1.2.1.4
public portlet parameters, 2.12

Q

queues
registering a subscriber, 16.2.2.1
WWSBR_EVENT_ERR_Q, 16.2.3
WWSBR_EVENT_Q, 16.2.1

R

refresh
partial page, 7.2.3.3.4
registering
JPS portlet, 6.3.4
PDK-Java portlet, 6.5.5
providers programmatically, 8.13
troubleshooting, B.2.2.3
reject API, 16.7
remove_group_acl API, 15.2.2
remove_user_acl API, 15.2.2
render modes, 7.2.1
updating provider.xml for, 7.2.1.3
resource
proxy, 6.1.2.1.4
resource bundles, 7.2.11.2.1
updating renderer, 7.2.11.2.1
resource links, 6.1.2.1.4
reverse proxy
Web Clipping and, B.4.4
runTest, E.2.2

S

searching
all page groups, 13.1
items, 13.1
limiting results returned, 13.2
pages, 13.2
specific attributes, 13.3
specific page groups, 13.2
sections
Web Clipping and, 5.2.2
secure content repository views, 9.2.1, F.2
security, 7.2.7
authentication, 7.2.7.2.1
authorization, 7.2.7.2.2
coding in PL/SQL, 8.7.2
communication, 7.2.7.2.3
features, 7.2.7.2
for export, 7.2.8.3
for import, 7.2.8.3
for transport communications, 7.2.8.3.1
guidelines for PL/SQL, 8.7.1
implementing PL/SQL, 8.7
managers, 7.2.7.5
message authentication, 7.2.7.7
server, 7.2.7.6
services
default, D.2.1.2
identfier, D.1.2
name, D.1.2
session
context, 10.1
language, 14.3
session information, 7.2.6
checking for valid session, 7.2.6.2
enabling in provider.xml, 7.2.6.2
storage implementation, 7.2.6.2
session store
creating and accessing in PL/SQL, 8.4.2
PL/SQL, 8.4.2
set_attribute API, 11.2.1
set_context API, 10.1
set_group_acl API, 15.2.1
set_nls_language API, 14.3
set_user_acl API, 15.2.1
Shared Screen mode, 6.1.1.1
Show modes
list, 6.1.1
Show page, 7.2.2.3
Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), 2.4
Single Sign-On
Web Clipping and, 1.4.3, 5.1, 5.3
single sign-on, 7.2.7.3
comparison of portlet builders, 2.18
external application, 2.18, 7.2.7.3.2
partner application, 7.2.7.3.1
SOAP, 2.4
specify_attributes API, 13.3
spreadsheet
building a portlet based on a spreadsheet, 4.3
building an OmniPortlet, 4.3
using as a data source, 3.2.2.3
SQL
using as a data source, 3.2.2.4
SSL, 7.2.7.8
configuration, 7.2.7.8
starter provider sample, 8.3
status
checking for Web Clipping, B.4.3
strings
loading language PL/SQL, 8.11.2.1
retrieving language PL/SQL, 8.11.2.2
struts
building portlet in JDeveloper, 7.3
creating a portlet, 7.3.2
OracleAS Portal integration, 7.3.1.3
overview, 7.3.1.2
subscribers
creating, 16.3.1
external workflow example, 16.8.3.4
item notification example, 16.6
item verification example, 16.7
portal object event logging example, 16.5
registering, 16.2.2.1, 16.3.2
running, 16.3.5
supported APIs, 9.2
supported views, 9.2.1, F.2

T

tabs
events, G.3
technologies, portlets, 2
templates
events, G.10
terminology, 9.2.2
test harness, E.2
test page
provider, E.1
Web Clipping, B.4.3
testing
portlet and provider for PDK-Java, 6.5.3
Time Out field
Web Clipping and, 5.2.3
timeout
troubleshooting, B.2.2.9
translations
creating, 14.5
transport
by reference, 7.2.8.3.5
by reference example, 7.2.8.3.7
customizations, 7.2.8
encrypting for, 7.2.8.3.4
encryption example, 7.2.8.3.6
example, 7.2.8.2
JNDI variable, 7.2.8.3.2
logging interface, 7.2.8.1
programming interface, 7.2.8.1
securing communications, 7.2.8.3.1
security, 7.2.8.3
troubleshooting
adding a portlet to your page, B.2.2.8
adding a portlet to your provider, B.2.2.4
installation and deployment, B.2.2
java portlets, B.2
OmniPortlet, B.3
portlet does not compile, B.2.3
portlets not displaying, B.2.7
registration, B.2.2.3
template.ear, B.2.2.2
timeout, B.2.2.9
Web Clipping, B.4
XML parser, B.2.2.7

U

undelete_item API, 11.5.1
upload_blob API, 12.4
URL rewriting field
Web Clipping and, 5.2.3
URL-based portlets
migrating to Web Clipping, 1.4.3, 5.1
URLs
in forms, 7.2.3.3.3
specifying for Web Clipping, 5.2.2, 5.3
types for portlets, 7.2.3.3.1
UrlUtils.constructLink, 7.2.3.3.2
users
page designer, Preface
portal developer, Preface
portlet developer, Preface
UTF-8 character sets
Web Clipping and, 5.1

V

validation-based caching, 2.5
variables
declaring JNDI, 7.2.4.1
JNDI, 7.2.4
JNDI naming conventions, 7.2.4.1.2
JNDI provided by PDK-Java, 7.2.4.3
JNDI types, 7.2.4.1.1
retrieving JNDI variables, 7.2.4.3
setting values for JNDI, 7.2.4.2
versions
new, 11.2.4
View mode, 6.1.1.1
views
providing access to, 9.3
supported, 9.2.1, F.2
WWSBR_ALL_CATEGORIES, F.2.1
WWSBR_ALL_CONTENT_AREAS, F.2.2
WWSBR_ALL_FOLDER_REGIONS, F.2.3
WWSBR_ALL_FOLDERS, F.2.4
WWSBR_ALL_ITEMS, 10.3.4, F.2.5
WWSBR_ALL_NAVIGATION_BARS, F.2.6
WWSBR_ALL_PERSPECTIVES, F.2.7
WWSBR_ALL_STYLES, F.2.8
WWSBR_APPROVER, F.2.9
WWSBR_ATTRIBUTES, F.2.10
WWSBR_CONTENT_AREA_APPROVAL, F.2.11
WWSBR_CONTENT_AREA_ITEM_TYPES, F.2.12
WWSBR_FOLDER_ATTRIBUTES, F.2.13
WWSBR_FOLDER_PERSPECTIVES, F.2.14
WWSBR_FOLDER_TYPE_ATTRIBUTES, F.2.15
WWSBR_FOLDER_TYPES, F.2.16
WWSBR_ITEM_APPROVAL, F.2.17
WWSBR_ITEM_ATTRIBUTES, F.2.18
WWSBR_ITEM_PERSPECTIVES, F.2.19
WWSBR_ITEM_TYPE_ATTRIBUTES, F.2.20
WWSBR_ITEM_TYPES, F.2.21
WWSBR_SUBSCRIPTION, F.2.22
WWSBR_USER_FOLDERS, F.2.23
WWSBR_USER_PAGES, F.2.24

W

WAR file, D.1.1
creating manually, D.2.1.3
for PDK-Java, 6.5.4
Web Clipping
authentication for external application, 2.18.1
caching style, 2.5.1
capturing content, 2.9.1
charting, 2.11.1
comparing to other portlet builders, 2.1
connection problems, B.4.4
development tool, 2.6.1
event support, 2.14.1
expertise required, 2.3.1
firewalls and, B.4.4
forms and, 5.2.3, 5.4.3
limitations, 5.7
load balancers and, B.4.4
logging levels and, B.4.1
multi-lingual support, 2.16.1
parameter support, 2.13.1
personal pages and, 5.4.1
proxy authentication, B.4.5
proxy servers and, B.4.4
rendering content inline, 2.10.1
reverse proxy and, B.4.4
searching, 5.4.2
security, 2.15.1
test page, B.4.3
troubleshooting, B.4
usage suitability, 2.2.1
user interface, 2.8.1
Web Clipping portlet, 1.4.3, 5
adding, 5.2
properties, 5.2.3, 5.4.3
Web Clipping provider, 5
Web Clipping Studio
using, 5.2.2
Web content
adding to page, 5.2
browsing for, 5.2.2
expiration, 5.2.3
reuse, 1.4.3, 5.1
specifying, 5.2.2, 5.3
timeout value, 5.2.3
Web page
building a portlet based on an existing Web page, 4.5
building an OmniPortlet, 4.5
using as a data source, 3.2.2.7
Web providers, 2.4.1
Web Service
building an OmniPortlet, 4.2, 4.7
using as a data source, 3.2.2.6
Web Services for Remote Portlets
see WSRP
Web source, 1.2
web.xml file
for Web Clipping, B.4.4
WSRP, 2.1, 2.4, 6.2
WSRP producers, 2.4.2
wwctx_api
context information, 8.6.2
WWCTX_API package
get_nls_language API, 9.5.2, 14.2
set_context API, 10.1
set_nls_language API, 14.3
WWPRO_API_INVALIDATION package
execute_cache_invalidation API, 9.4.3
wwpro_api_provider_registry.register_provider, 8.13.3
WWSBR_ALL_CATEGORIES view, F.2.1
WWSBR_ALL_CONTENT_AREAS view, F.2.2
WWSBR_ALL_FOLDER_REGIONS view, F.2.3
WWSBR_ALL_FOLDERS view, F.2.4
WWSBR_ALL_ITEMS view, 10.3.4, F.2.5
WWSBR_ALL_NAVIGATION_BARS view, F.2.6
WWSBR_ALL_PERSPECTIVES view, F.2.7
WWSBR_ALL_STYLES view, F.2.8
WWSBR_API package
add_category API, 12.3
add_content_area API, 12.1
add_folder API, 12.2
add_item API, 12.4, 12.4
add_item_ils_privileges API, 15.3.1
add_item_post_upload API, 12.4
add_perspective API, 12.3
approve API, 16.7
check_in_item API, 11.2.3
check_out_item API, 11.2.3
clear_cmef_context API, 9.4.5
copy_folder API, 11.4.2
copy_item API, 11.4.1
delete_folder API, 11.5.2
delete_ils_privilege API, 15.3.2
delete_item API, 11.5.1
enable_ils_for_item API, 15.3
inherit_folder_privileges API, 15.3.3
modify_folder API, 11.1
modify_item API, 11.2.2
p_addnewversion, 11.2.4
modify_item_post_upload API, 12.4
move_category API, 11.3.3
move_folder API, 11.3.2
move_item API, 11.3.1
move_perspective API, 11.3.3
reject API, 16.7
set_attribute API, 11.2.1
undelete_item API, 11.5.1
upload_blob API, 12.4
WWSBR_APPROVER view, F.2.9
WWSBR_ATTRIBUTES view, F.2.10
WWSBR_CONTENT_AREA_APPROVAL view, F.2.11
WWSBR_CONTENT_AREA_ITEM_TYPES view, F.2.12
WWSBR_EVENT_ERR_Q queue, 16.2.3
WWSBR_EVENT_Q queue
dequeuing, 16.2.2.3
enqueuing, 16.2.1
WWSBR_FOLDER_ATTRIBUTES view, F.2.13
WWSBR_FOLDER_PERSPECTIVES view, F.2.14
WWSBR_FOLDER_TYPE_ATTRIBUTES view, F.2.15
WWSBR_FOLDER_TYPES view, F.2.16
WWSBR_ITEM_APPROVAL view, F.2.17
WWSBR_ITEM_ATTRIBUTES view, F.2.18
WWSBR_ITEM_PERSPECTIVES view, F.2.19
WWSBR_ITEM_TYPE_ATTRIBUTES view, F.2.20
WWSBR_ITEM_TYPES view, F.2.21
WWSBR_SUBSCRIPTION view, F.2.22
WWSBR_USER_FOLDERS view, F.2.23
WWSBR_USER_PAGES view, F.2.24
WWSEC_API package
grantee_list API, 15.1
remove_group_acl API, 15.2.2
remove_user_acl API, 15.2.2
set_group_acl API, 15.2.1
set_user_acl API, 15.2.1
WWSRC_API package
get_all_items_xml API, 13.4.3
get_item_xml API, 13.4.4
item_search API, 13.1
page_search API, 13.2
specify_attributes API, 13.3

X

XML
building a portlet based on XML, 4.4
building an OmniPortlet, 4.4
for PL/SQL Generator, 8.2.1
troubleshooting, B.2.2.7
using as a data source, 3.2.2.5
XML provider definition
see provider.xml