This section includes samples and information related to the profiling functionality of Portlet Factory. Profiling in Portlet Factory can be used to create multiple variations of an application from a single source model. Profiling is also used to support runtime customization of applications, for example using the Edit and Configure functionality of WebSphere Portal.
IBM - Profiling portlets tutorial
This is a sample and tutorial showing the profiling features of Portlet Factory.
IBM - Client device profile selection
Shows how profiling can be used to generate different application variations for different client types, so that you can have one profile for a desktop browser and another for small mobile devices.
IBM - Profile Management via Property Files
Utilizes profiling and custom property files, to enable the user to make runtime changes to their project, without the need of the designer. A preferred procedure for making minor changes to remotely deployed applications.
IBM - Using the WPS Group Segment Handler
How to configure WebSphere Portal and implement the profile selection handler WPS Group Segment Handler.
Articles and presentations
IBM - WPF Portlet customization using WebSphere Portal Personalization Rules
How to customize portlets leveraging a new profile selection handler in WPF version 6.1 that leverages WebSphere Portal personalization rules.