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.NET, Do they have portlets or what is considered there equivalent?

Posted on 2009-03-31
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Good Morning all,

My career path has sent me down the websphere path so Im trying to help someone understand what a portlet is and how it works.  With websphere it has a application server which then talks to a portlet server.  In .NET  do they have portlet server or a concept similiar?
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The equivalent to portlets would be WebParts, which can be served up by normal ASP.NET.

Sharepoint does a lot with these, but is not required to use them.

Try this walkthrough and see if it helps:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/kswx7h7e.aspx

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