Mined Opinions For API: javax.portlet

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  • Now, I want to create Web Service using RESTful API in portlet environment.Please guide me How can i write the Web Service which will return JSON or XML data.. details
  • Controller @Controllerpublic class WebServiceTest { @RequestMapping(value "/myWebService/testing", method RequestMethod.GET) public String testMethod() { return "HELLO WORLD !. details
  • SUCCESS"; } } I am trying to Hit with localhost:8080:/myappname/myWebService/testing Getting no result.. details
  • hi, could you please paste the handler methods ?. details
  • Now i think its better i create a servlet returning JSONObject string and calling that from the JSP... atleast that works fine :)any suggestions?. details
  • text/html Without this, if i use the 'InternalResourceViewResolver' only then it runs fine and i am able to use the portlet.. details
  • please check the link as well.. details
  • I want to make spring MVC 3.0.3 portlet using DispatcherPortlet class With JSON support.. details
  • I am still struggling with Web Service not getting WS called.. details
  • thanks, i found the jira link for the bug also but i was not sure.. details
  • thanks, i found the jira link for the bug also but i was not sure.. details
  • portlet**.HandlerAdapter You have to make sure that you use the right one - the servlet and portlet APIs are completely incompatible.. details
  • ERROR: 'ContentNegotiatingViewResolver'of Spring 3.0.3 MVC Portlet+JSON .. details
Summaries the opinions about javax.portlet using topic modeling.
  • 0. return testing create service mywebservice jsp suggestion servlet atleast text: 8
    • SUCCESS"; } } I am trying to Hit with localhost:8080:/myappname/myWebService/testing Getting no result.. details
    • Controller @Controllerpublic class WebServiceTest { @RequestMapping(value "/myWebService/testing", method RequestMethod.GET) public String testMethod() { return "HELLO WORLD !. details
    • Now, I want to create Web Service using RESTful API in portlet environment.Please guide me How can i write the Web Service which will return JSON or XML data.. details
    • hi, could you please paste the handler methods ?. details
    • Now i think its better i create a servlet returning JSONObject string and calling that from the JSP... atleast that works fine :)any suggestions?. details
    • I want to make spring MVC 3.0.3 portlet using DispatcherPortlet class With JSON support.. details
    • please check the link as well.. details
    • text/html Without this, if i use the 'InternalResourceViewResolver' only then it runs fine and i am able to use the portlet.. details
  • 0. call service jira find completely servlet handleradapter spring mvc contentnegotiatingviewresolver: 4
    • I am still struggling with Web Service not getting WS called.. details
    • thanks, i found the jira link for the bug also but i was not sure.. details
    • portlet**.HandlerAdapter You have to make sure that you use the right one - the servlet and portlet APIs are completely incompatible.. details
    • ERROR: 'ContentNegotiatingViewResolver'of Spring 3.0.3 MVC Portlet+JSON .. details
Summaries of the opinions about javax.portlet using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • I want to make spring MVC 3 0 3 portlet using DispatcherPortlet class With JSON support .
  • text html Without this, if i use the 'InternalResourceViewResolver' only then it runs fine and i am able to use the portlet .
  • please check the link as well .
  • hi, could you please paste the handler methods ?.
  • Now i think its better i create a servlet returning JSONObject string and calling that from the JSP atleast that works fine :)any suggestions?.
  • Now, I want to create Web Service using RESTful API in portlet environment Please guide me How can i write the Web Service which will return JSON or XML data .
  • Controller @Controllerpublic class WebServiceTest { @RequestMapping(value " myWebService testing", method RequestMethod GET) public String testMethod() { return "HELLO WORLD !.
  • SUCCESS"; } } I am trying to Hit with localhost:8080: myappname myWebService testing Getting no result .
  • I want to make spring MVC 3 0 3 portlet using DispatcherPortlet class With JSON support .
  • text html Without this, if i use the 'InternalResourceViewResolver' only then it runs fine and i am able to use the portlet .
  • please check the link as well .
  • hi, could you please paste the handler methods ?.
  • Now i think its better i create a servlet returning JSONObject string and calling that from the JSP atleast that works fine :)any suggestions?.
  • Now, I want to create Web Service using RESTful API in portlet environment Please guide me How can i write the Web Service which will return JSON or XML data .
  • Controller @Controllerpublic class WebServiceTest { @RequestMapping(value " myWebService testing", method RequestMethod GET) public String testMethod() { return "HELLO WORLD !.
  • SUCCESS"; } } I am trying to Hit with localhost:8080: myappname myWebService testing Getting no result .
  • I want to make spring MVC 3 0 3 portlet using DispatcherPortlet class With JSON support .
  • text html Without this, if i use the 'InternalResourceViewResolver' only then it runs fine and i am able to use the portlet .
  • please check the link as well .
  • hi, could you please paste the handler methods ?.
  • Now i think its better i create a servlet returning JSONObject string and calling that from the JSP atleast that works fine :)any suggestions?.
  • Now, I want to create Web Service using RESTful API in portlet environment Please guide me How can i write the Web Service which will return JSON or XML data .
  • Controller @Controllerpublic class WebServiceTest { @RequestMapping(value " myWebService testing", method RequestMethod GET) public String testMethod() { return "HELLO WORLD !.
  • SUCCESS"; } } I am trying to Hit with localhost:8080: myappname myWebService testing Getting no result .
  • ERROR: 'ContentNegotiatingViewResolver'of Spring 3 0 3 MVC Portlet JSON .
  • portlet** HandlerAdapter You have to make sure that you use the right one the servlet and portlet APIs are completely incompatible .
  • thanks, i found the jira link for the bug also but i was not sure .
  • I am still struggling with Web Service not getting WS called .
  • ERROR: 'ContentNegotiatingViewResolver'of Spring 3 0 3 MVC Portlet JSON .
  • portlet** HandlerAdapter You have to make sure that you use the right one the servlet and portlet APIs are completely incompatible .
  • thanks, i found the jira link for the bug also but i was not sure .
  • I am still struggling with Web Service not getting WS called .
  • ERROR: 'ContentNegotiatingViewResolver'of Spring 3 0 3 MVC Portlet JSON .
  • portlet** HandlerAdapter You have to make sure that you use the right one the servlet and portlet APIs are completely incompatible .
  • thanks, i found the jira link for the bug also but i was not sure .
  • I am still struggling with Web Service not getting WS called .
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Features:
  • Now, I want to create Web Service using RESTful API in portlet environment.Please guide me How can i write the Web Service which will return JSON or XML data.
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Documentation:
  • please check the link as well.
  • N/A
Onlysentiment:
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  • I am still struggling with Web Service not getting WS called.
Bug:
  • N/A
  • thanks, i found the jira link for the bug also but i was not sure.
Usability:
  • Now i think its better i create a servlet returning JSONObject string and calling that from the JSP... atleast that works fine :)any suggestions?
  • thanks, i found the jira link for the bug also but i was not sure.
  • Documentation: 1
    1. general: 1
      • please check the link as well.. details
  • Features: 4
    1. general: 4
      • Now, I want to create Web Service using RESTful API in portlet environment.Please guide me How can i write the Web Service which will return JSON or XML data.. details
      • Controller @Controllerpublic class WebServiceTest { @RequestMapping(value "/myWebService/testing", method RequestMethod.GET) public String testMethod() { return "HELLO WORLD !. details
      • SUCCESS"; } } I am trying to Hit with localhost:8080:/myappname/myWebService/testing Getting no result.. details
      • hi, could you please paste the handler methods ?. details
  • Usability: 3
    1. general: 3
      • Now i think its better i create a servlet returning JSONObject string and calling that from the JSP... atleast that works fine :)any suggestions?. details
      • text/html Without this, if i use the 'InternalResourceViewResolver' only then it runs fine and i am able to use the portlet.. details
      • I want to make spring MVC 3.0.3 portlet using DispatcherPortlet class With JSON support.. details
  • Onlysentiment: 1
    1. general: 1
      • I am still struggling with Web Service not getting WS called.. details
  • Bug: 2
    1. general: 2
      • thanks, i found the jira link for the bug also but i was not sure.. details
      • ERROR: 'ContentNegotiatingViewResolver'of Spring 3.0.3 MVC Portlet+JSON .. details
  • Usability: 2
    1. general: 2
      • thanks, i found the jira link for the bug also but i was not sure.. details
      • portlet**.HandlerAdapter You have to make sure that you use the right one - the servlet and portlet APIs are completely incompatible.. details