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Parameter Handling

Handling the public & private render parameters, action parameters, and resource parameters defined by the Portlet Specification is a complex undertaking, and we need to assure consistent naming and behavior of the interface methods involved. This page provides links to items that discuss individual aspects of this topic in more detail.

JSR 286 Parameter Handling
Link to a document describing JSR 286 parameter handling.
JSR286ParameterTests-RenderPhase
Tests that set parameters during the render phase
JSR286ParameterTests-ResourcePhase
Tests that set parameters during the resource phase
JSR286ParameterTests-ActionPhase
Tests that set parameters during the action phase
JSR286ParametersSummary
This page provides a summary of the JSR 286 parameter handling as defined today.
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