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Oracle Application Server Portal Handbook by Chris Ostrowski

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Page Parameters

The ability to use parameters is especially valuable when discussing OmniPortlets. OmniPortlets, unlike portlets created with the OracleAS Portal development wizards, are fully "parameter-aware" and can be used to create a dynamic environment. In the following example, we’re going to create two pages: one with an OmniPortlet that passes a parameter and another with an OmniPortlet that accepts a parameter.

Page groups can be set up to accept or deny parameters. By default, page groups are set to accept parameters, but it’s always a good idea to check. If the page group does not accept parameters, you won’t see an error message—the portlet on that page simply will display with incorrect information. To check the status of parameters ...

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