You can implement the user interface for your web application by importing existing HTML or JSP pages into the model.
In IBM® WebSphere® Portlet Factory Designer, to do this, use either the Imported Page or Imported Directory builder. For prototyping purposes, you can use the Page builder to create simple HTML or JSP pages.
For any parts of those pages that are to interact with other parts of your model or be made variable for different types of users, you assign calls to the corresponding builders to the named <input />
or <span />
tags in your pages. For example, you could replace an HTML select list with a call to the Select builder. Doing so allows you to determine the selectable options, and other characteristics of the select list from a method, variable, or user input defined elsewhere in the model.
Importing HTML and JSP pages into the model: wpf7
You get existing HTML and JSP pages into your model in one of the following ways
Displaying data: wpf7
In WebSphere Portlet Factory applications, you can display data using one of several techniques, some of which are targeted to the intended server environment and employ varying amounts of automation.
Parent topic: Creating pages and forms: wpf7
Imported Directory builder: wpf7
Imported Page builder: wpf7
JSP Proxy Page builder: wpf7
Data Field Modifier builder: wpf7
Data Page builder: wpf7