Staale Dybsjord commented on Nov 15, 2013

Re: Integrating the Web Application Bridge (WAB) with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0: A step-by-step guide

I can't find this on my portal 8 server. Do I have to enable it or something? What would be the was application name for it?

Abraham Farris commented on Jun 13, 2013

Re: Integrating the Web Application Bridge (WAB) with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0: A step-by-step guide

In response to my own question, I was compiling the jar with java 1.7 instead of 1.6. This was causing class discovery issues.

Abraham Farris commented on Jun 5, 2013

Re: Integrating the Web Application Bridge (WAB) with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0: A step-by-step guide

Hello I am trying to implement the filter within the authentication tab. I cannot get it to engage. My test server Build Level: wp800CF04_001_18 2013-03-01 15:06.

I have followed all the directions here -- http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/portalwiki.nsf/xpDocViewer.xsp?lookupName=IBM+WebSphere+Portal+8+Product+Documentation#action=openDocument&res_title=Writing_filters_for_the_web_application_bridge_wp8&content=pdcontent

Has anyone successfully used the filter in Portal 8? Thanks.

Navneet Goyal commented on Feb 21, 2013

Re: Integrating the Web Application Bridge (WAB) with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0: A step-by-step guide

@Anton Saburov:Sorry I missed your below update:

"We installed two version of Portal 8.0 and found out next thing:

Build Level: wp800_404_01 2012-04-20 12:02 - Web Dock Portlet is installed

Build Level: wp800CF01_001_54 2012-07-24 15:07 - Web Dock IS NOT installed"

We will check verify this and get back to you

Navneet Goyal commented on Feb 21, 2013

Re: Integrating the Web Application Bridge (WAB) with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0: A step-by-step guide

@Anton Saburov: I think you mean 8001 instead of 8004 as 8004 is not a valid portal version. Also, please make sure you used the string "Web Dock" to search for the portlet. Also let us know if you upgraded from 800 to 8001 or you did full install of 8001 (though it will work in both the scenarios)

Navneet Goyal commented on Feb 21, 2013

Re: Integrating the Web Application Bridge (WAB) with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0: A step-by-step guide

@Anton Saburov: I think you mean 8001 instead of 8004 as 8004 is not a valid portal version. Also, please make sure you used the string "Web Dock" to search for the portlet

Anton Saburov commented on Feb 20, 2013

Re: Integrating the Web Application Bridge (WAB) with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0: A step-by-step guide

We installed two version of Portal 8.0 and found out next thing:

Build Level: wp800_404_01 2012-04-20 12:02 - Web Dock Portlet is installed

Build Level: wp800CF01_001_54 2012-07-24 15:07 - Web Dock IS NOT installed

Anton Saburov commented on Feb 20, 2013

Re: Integrating the Web Application Bridge (WAB) with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0: A step-by-step guide

Thank you for answer. I know how add portlet to page :) But I don't see the portlet in catalog of portlets. We have installed WebSphere Portal 8.0.0.4. I created category and component in Virtual Web Application Manager Portlet - it works fine. But Portal does not include Web Dock Portlet - maybe it has other name in version 8.0.0.4 or we have to install it from some resource ? Thank you.

Megan Crouch commented on Feb 19, 2013

Re: Integrating the Web Application Bridge (WAB) with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0: A step-by-step guide

First you need to set up your categories within the Administrator>Virtual Web Application Manager portlet. Then to add the Web Dock portlet to a page, you need to go to Administrator>Manage pages. From there, you can create a new page or locate an existing page. Click the Edit Page Layout icon. You'll get a page where you can add portlets. Click the plus button (Add portlets). You'll have a list of portlets that you can select to add to the page. I found the Web Dock portlet on page 8 of 9. I hope that helps.

You may also need to set the Page Properties > Theme Settings to the Portal 8.0 Theme and a Full profile.

Anton Saburov commented on Feb 19, 2013

Re: Integrating the Web Application Bridge (WAB) with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0: A step-by-step guide

We have installed Portla 8.0 but I could not find Web Dock Portlet - could you help me to find it ?

Anton Saburov commented on Feb 19, 2013

Re: Integrating the Web Application Bridge (WAB) with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0: A step-by-step guide

To Megan Crouch

We have installed Portal 8.0 but I could not find Web Dock Portlet.

Navneet Goyal commented on Oct 11, 2012

Re: Integrating the Web Application Bridge (WAB) with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0: A step-by-step guide

The reason why the webdock portlet is not getting added to the page is because the required theme modules have not been added as can be seen in the error stack:

"Portlet Web Dock Portlet cannot be added as the capabilities [open_ajax_hub , 2.0, dojo , 1.6] are missing. "

WP8 has the concept of theme modules:

http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/portalwiki.nsf/xpDocViewer.xsp?lookupName=IBM+WebSphere+Portal+8+Product+Documentation#action=openDocument&res_title=Module_capabilities_wp8&content=pdcontent

So if you try to add any portlet to a page that doesn;t have the required theme modules then this kind of error will be displayed

Navneet Goyal commented on Oct 11, 2012

Re: Integrating the Web Application Bridge (WAB) with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0: A step-by-step guide

The reason why the webdock portlet is not getting added to the page is because the required theme modules have not been added as can be seen in the error stack:

"Portlet Web Dock Portlet cannot be added as the capabilities [open_ajax_hub , 2.0, dojo , 1.6] are missing. "

WP8 has the concept of theme modules:

http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/portalwiki.nsf/xpDocViewer.xsp?lookupName=IBM+WebSphere+Portal+8+Product+Documentation#action=openDocument&res_title=Module_capabilities_wp8&content=pdcontent

So if you try to add any portlet to a page that doesn;t have the required theme modules then this kind of error will be displayed

Navneet Goyal commented on Oct 11, 2012

Re: Integrating the Web Application Bridge (WAB) with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0: A step-by-step guide

The reason why the webdock portlet is not getting added to the page is because the required theme modules have not been added as can be seen in the error stack:

"Portlet Web Dock Portlet cannot be added as the capabilities [open_ajax_hub , 2.0, dojo , 1.6] are missing. "

WP8 has the concept of theme modules:

http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/portalwiki.nsf/xpDocViewer.xsp?lookupName=IBM+WebSphere+Portal+8+Product+Documentation#action=openDocument&res_title=Module_capabilities_wp8&content=pdcontent

So if you try to add any portlet to a page that doesn;t have the required theme modules then this kind of error will be displayed

Proli Ekan commented on Oct 10, 2012

Re: Integrating the Web Application Bridge (WAB) with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0: A step-by-step guide

Was wondering if the article was written just to show up the names in Google. For Portal 8 as mentioned, Web Application Bridge already ships with it...So not sure why explanation about installation of WEBAPP is written.

IS the app tested successfully in Portal 8. When i tried to add a web dock portlet to page, i end up this exception.I cannot proceed further...

Can some one help with this issue.

EJPAE0015E: Failed to add new portlets.

com.ibm.portal.WpsException: EJPAE0015E: Failed to add new portlets.

at com.ibm.wps.portlets.admin.customizer.util.ActionUtil.doMessage(ActionUtil.java:122)

at com.ibm.wps.portlets.contentlayout.PageComposer.actionPerformed(PageComposer.java:1027)

at com.ibm.wps.pe.pc.legacy.SPIPortletInterceptorImpl.handleEvents(SPIPortletInterceptorImpl.java:337)

at com.ibm.wps.pe.pc.legacy.invoker.impl.PortletDelegateImpl._dispatch(PortletDelegateImpl.java:385)

at com.ibm.wps.pe.pc.legacy.invoker.impl.PortletDelegateImpl.access$200(PortletDelegateImpl.java:70)

at com.ibm.wps.pe.pc.legacy.invoker.impl.PortletDelegateImpl$Context.callPortlet(PortletDelegateImpl.java:553)

at com.ibm.wps.pe.pc.legacy.cmpf.impl.PortletFilterChainImpl.doFilter(PortletFilterChainImpl.java:133)

at com.ibm.wps.pe.pc.legacy.services.PortletFilterServiceImpl.doFilter(PortletFilterServiceImpl.java:368)

at com.ibm.wps.pe.pc.legacy.services.PortletFilter.doFilter(PortletFilter.java:42)

EJPNK0022E: Portlet Web Dock Portlet cannot be added as the capabilities [open_ajax_hub , 2.0, dojo , 1.6] are missing.

com.ibm.wps.model.controller.exceptions.nls.NlsCannotInsertNodeException: EJPNK0022E: Portlet null cannot be added as the capabilities [open_ajax_hub , 2.0, dojo , 1.6] are missing.

at com.ibm.wps.model.content.controller.LayoutModelControllerImpl.insert(LayoutModelControllerImpl.java:943)

at com.ibm.wps.model.content.controller.LayoutModelControllerImpl.insert(LayoutModelControllerImpl.java:151)

at com.ibm.workplace.wcm.templating.engine.WCMLayoutModelController.insert(WCMLayoutModelController.java:135)

at com.ibm.workplace.wcm.templating.engine.WCMLayoutModelController.insert(WCMLayoutModelController.java:36)

at com.ibm.wps.portlets.contentlayout.PageComposer.addControls(PageComposer.java:1257)

at com.ibm.wps.portlets.contentlayout.PageComposer.actionPerformed(PageComposer.java:633)

at com.ibm.wps.pe.pc.legacy.SPIPortletInterceptorImpl.handleEvents(SPIPortletInterceptorImpl.java:337)

at com.ibm.wps.pe.pc.legacy.invoker.impl.PortletDelegateImpl._dispatch(PortletDelegateImpl.java:385)

at com.ibm.wps.pe.pc.legacy.invoker.impl.PortletDelegateImpl.access$200(PortletDelegateImpl.java:70)

EJPNK0022E: Portlet Web Dock Portlet cannot be added as the capabilities [open_ajax_hub , 2.0, dojo , 1.6] are missing.

com.ibm.wps.resourceaggregator.capabilities.filter.NlsCannotAddPortletException

at com.ibm.wps.resourceaggregator.capabilities.filter.PortletPlacementCapabilityDependencyFilter.checkAddPortletToContentPage(PortletPlacementCapabilityDependencyFilter.java:318)

at com.ibm.wps.model.content.controller.LayoutModelControllerImpl.insert(LayoutModelControllerImpl.java:939)

at com.ibm.wps.model.content.controller.LayoutModelControllerImpl.insert(LayoutModelControllerImpl.java:151)

at com.ibm.workplace.wcm.templating.engine.WCMLayoutModelController.insert(WCMLayoutModelController.java:135)

at com.ibm.workplace.wcm.templating.engine.WCMLayoutModelController.insert(WCMLayoutModelController.java:36)

at com.ibm.wps.portlets.contentlayout.PageComposer.addControls(PageComposer.java:1257)

at com.ibm.wps.portlets.contentlayout.PageComposer.actionPerformed(PageComposer.java:633)

at com.ibm.wps.pe.pc.legacy.SPIPortletInterceptorImpl.handleEvents(SPIPortletInterceptorImpl.java:337)

at com.ibm.wps.pe.pc.legacy.invoker.impl.PortletDelegateImpl._dispatch(PortletDelegateImpl.java:385)

Megan Crouch commented on Aug 30, 2012

Re: Integrating the Web Application Bridge (WAB) with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0: A step-by-step guide

See http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/portalwiki.nsf/dx/Integrating_with_the_web_application_bridge_wp8

Megan Crouch commented on Aug 30, 2012

Re: Integrating the Web Application Bridge (WAB) with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0: A step-by-step guide

Portal 8 comes with the Web Application Bridge enabled so you do not need to download it from the Solutions Catalog.