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WebSphere Dashboard Framework - Best practices for WebSphere Application Server applications
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The WebSphere Application Server sample application provided with WebSphere Dashboard Framework demonstrates best practices for developing dashboards for any platform. It also incorporates these techniques for developing dashboards specifically for WebSphere Application Server.
Use the Model Container builder to simulate a portlet.
Use Model Container builder to wrap a single portlet model to a special "portlet" model for WebSphere Application Server.
Use Model Container builders to position "portlets" at a specified page location.
Use templates for design elements.
Create a portlet HTML template for all the portlets' user interfaces and extract styles to a CSS file.
Create a page HTML template for a page's design and reserve locations for portlet insertion.
Add security to pages.
Add security constraints to basic units, WAS portlets, pages, which are the ingredients of a Portal-like application. This prevents non-admnistrators from accessing a portlet or page directly.
Add All-role-level security constrains to the entry page (model), which imports several basic pages.
Leverage profiling technology to implement access control on pages and contents customization.
Set up a login model.
Create your own login model or page instead of using the pre-defined one from Portlet Factory, in order to customize the login page and implement globalization.
Leverage WebSphere Application Server pre-defined login and logout actions, managing sessions with the help of WebSphere Application Server security mechanisms.
Use WebSphere Application Server user and group registries.
Leverage WebSphere Application Server user registries to manage user and group information.
Customize AccessDelegate implementation for different customization of user registries to read user and group information.
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