5 Replies Latest reply on Dec 1, 2005 9:21 AM by Roy Russo

    admin CMS

    pedro costa Apprentice

      Is it possible to deploy my portlets and configure the layout of the portlet through admin CMS?

      What is the objective of admin CMS? What advantage admin CMS offer to us?

      Thanks

        • 1. Re: admin CMS
          pedro costa Apprentice

          I have another question:

          I've build my portlet, and i want to have access to her through Permissions management graphical interface, to give permission to her and to the users. What i've to do, to make this? i only have to define my security tags in my file jboss-portlet.xml?

          And, in my java file on my portlet, how do i get a list of the users registrated. I'm confused about knowing what i have to code to get all the registrated users. Well, i say all the users, but it's ok if i get one user. The only demand, is that i do with java code, and not any trick with jsp (if it's possible).

          Thanks

          • 2. Re: admin CMS
            pedro costa Apprentice

            I hope that everybody understands what i'm talking about. The adminCMS is the AdminCMS Portlet of jboss portal.

            • 3. Re: admin CMS
              Viet Master

              Hello Pedro,

              admin cms let's you administer files in the CMS only.

              • 4. Re: admin CMS
                pedro costa Apprentice

                But, when i upload a file with admin CMS, am i really uploading (copy) the file to the webdav directory in jboss portal? Or, the admin CMS put a reference to the file in his database?

                And, when i modify a file with admin CMS, am i really modifying the original file, or what the portal is doing?

                Thanks

                • 5. Re: admin CMS
                  Roy Russo Master

                  When you upload a file, the AdminCMS is taking your byte content and storing it in the DB or FS. When you edit the file, it is creating a new version of it, tagging it as such, and storing it in the DB or FS.