You can wire the Managed Browser Administration Portlet to another portlet.
Wires allow portlets to communicate. They are used to save property transfers between portlets.
The other portlet must either represent an Eclipse view on the client side or be a JSR 168 portlet that is meant to be run on the client-side JSR 168 container.
To wire the Managed Browser Administration Portlet to another portlet:
- Make sure instances of the Managed Browser Administration Portlets are already created.
- Create another portlet with a WSDL that defines the wiring properties that has been installed on the Portal server and properly registered with the property broker.
- Log on to WebSphere® Portal using administrator's credentials.
- Click Administration under Product Links.
- Expand Portlet Management and click Portlets.
- Locate the portlet named Managed Browser.
Tip: To quickly find the Managed Browser portlet, select Title contains in the Search by field and specify Managed Browser in the Search field.
- Click the copy portlet icon to create a copy.
- Name your copy of the portlet as appropriate and click OK.
- Place the new copy on the appropriate perspective page.
- Place an instance of another wire-capable portlet on the same page.
- Edit the page layout.
- From the edit page layout, click the Wires tab.
- Choose a source portlet.
- Choose a property from the source portlet.
- Choose a target portlet.
- Choose a target action.
- Click Done to complete the process.
Managed Browser output properties
Lotus® Expeditor uses standardized data types. The Managed Browser portlet provides the following input and output properties:
Table 1. Output properties
Table 2. Input properties
|currentURL||Notifies the user when a URL has changed.|
|changedTitle||Notifies the user when the title is changed.|
|NewViewID||Notifies the user when a new browser view is open.|
|ClosedViewID||Notifies the user when the browser view is closed.|
|StatusText||Notifies the user when a new Web page is loaded.|
|DocumentLoadedStatus||Notifies the user when a page's status has changed. |
|URL||Set the target URL to load.|
|HTMLText||Set the target HTML text content to load.|
|StopMessage||Stop loading the current Web page.|
|CookieData||Set cookie data with the specified URL.|
Parent topic: Using the Managed Browser Administration portlet: XPD621