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ISMT E-200: Trends in Enterprise Information Systems. Project: GLOCO – Integrated Corporate Portal. Part 2 Technical Specification. Team Members: Joyce Torres Kenneth Kittredge Pamela Fisher

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ISMT E-200: Trends in Enterprise Information Systems

Project: GLOCO – Integrated Corporate Portal

Part 2 Technical Specification

Team Members: Joyce Torres

Kenneth Kittredge

Pamela Fisher

RuzhenaSaltisky

VishalNath

Instructor: ZoyaKinstler

Teaching Assistants: BasemNeseim

ValarJayaprakash

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ISMT E-200: Trends in Enterprise Information Systems

Problem Statement

GLOCO’s acquisition of three other companies has resulted in an IT infrastructure that is maintaining four independent systems. There are duplicate applications and services. Employees currently must access multiple portals to perform their work. GLOCO needs to provide a single access point to reduce costs and improve employee productivity. The CIO requested an infrastructure improvement project RFP to address this issue.

travel
Travel

Search for flights

XML Query sent:

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name="roundTrip" version="2">

<inputs origin="BOS" destination="LAX"

outbound="2010-12-08" return="2010-12-15">

<pax adults="1"/>

<accountCode>GLO6723</accountCode>

</inputs>

<summarizer>roundTrip</summarizer>

</search>

QPX Airfare Shopping and Pricing Engine

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<result id="…" session="…" solutionCount=“10" solutionSet="…">

<roundTrip>

<pages count="1" current="1"/>

<solution id="B4Paj8BQf79PPvXNrRZ9X501b">

<ext>

<price amount=“219.40" currency="USD"/>

</ext>

<slice>

<leg origin="BOS" departure="2010-12-08T07:00-00:00"

destination="LAX" arrival="2010-12-08T010:35-08:00"

carrier=“VS"/>

<leg origin=“LAX" departure="2010-12-15T07:20-00:00"

destination=“BOS" arrival="2010-12-15T010:35-08:00"

carrier=“VS"/>

</slice>

<slice>

<leg origin=“BOS" departure="2010-12-08T07:00-00:00"

destination=“LAX" arrival="2010-12-08T10:35-05:00"

carrier=“VS"/>

<leg origin=“LAX" departure="2010-12-15T19:20-05:00"

destination="BOS" arrival="2010-12-15T05:35-00:00"

carrier=“VS“/>

</slice>

</solution>

</roundTrip>

</result>

portal description
Portal Description
  • JSF Portlets - using a JSF Portlet Bridge.
  • Web Clipping- using browser and show other sites (example-web mail).
  • OmniPortlets - information from data sources including XML, CSV, and databases to show tables, forms, and charts (example-rss).
  • Content Presenter - displaying content by using a template.
  • Ensemble - "mashup" or produce portlets of information that can be displayed on the page and can consume any non- Java based applications.
portlet producer overview
Portlet Producer Overview
  • The user requests a page from the Web browser by entering a URL in the browser’s address field
  • The browser transmits the request to the application over HTTP.
  • The application contacts the portlet producers which provide the portlets that display on the requested page.
  • The producers make the necessary calls to their portlets so that the portlets generate content in the form of HTML or XML code.
  • The producers return the portlet content back to the application using their relevant protocols.
portlet integration
Portlet Integration

Wire portlet code into the Portal:

  • Create a Remote Server object
  • Create a Portlet Web Service object
  • Create a Portlet Object
  • Place the Portlet on a portal page