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WebSphere Portlet Factory Portlet customization via WebSphere Portal Personalization Rules
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January 15, 2010
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describes how you may leverage a new IBM
Portlet Factory profile selection handler in version 6.1 to customize portlets based on WebSphere
Portal Personalization Rules.
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