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How to Support "Resizing" for Viewpoint Portlets
Teradata Viewpoint 14.01 introduces a wider, more flexible layout, which better utilizes space on wide screen monitors, and gives the user more flexibility in controlling how much information is being displayed.  
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Displaying Tabular Data using the DataGrid and BigNumbers Widget
The following tutorial is a guide on how to implement the Viewpoint DataGrid and BigNumbers Widget.  In this example we will show how these widgets were incorporated into the SkewedSessions Portlet.  The actual source code can be found in the SkewedSessions Portlet supplied in PDK version 14.01.  
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Multiple Portlet Installations
We only have a single Viewpoint system and I've had less than stellar success getting the PDK sample Viewpoint instance up and running and I need the ability to test changes to an existing in-use portlet. What steps do I need to follow to install a second instance of a portlet on a Viewpoint server?
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Displaying Tabular Data using the DataGrid Widget
The following tutorial is a guide on how to implement the Viewpoint DataGrid Widget.  In this example we will show how the DataGrid Widget was incorporated into the Widgetopia Portlet.  The actual source code can be found in the Widgetopia Portlet supplied with the PDK starting from version 13.03.
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What is the Hello Portlet?
The Hello portlet demonstrates the simplest functional portlet that you can build. It has a simple, one-page design. When you add this portlet to your page, it prints the text "Hello, " followed by your portal username.
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Creating a Portlet Summary Page
The first thing that we want to do is replace the summary view with our own content. Our Hello portlet is going to display "Hello, user!", where user is the user's portal login name. Since this is a Model-View-Controller (MVC) application, we need to make changes in each of these three areas. 
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Adding a Preferences Form
A preferences form allows the user to customize some aspect of a portlet instance. A portlet instance is a portlet that has been added to a page by a user. If a user adds the same portlet to a page twice, there will be two instances of the same portlet on the page. Each instance remembers its own preferences.
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Display Active Sessions
The following article describes how to fetch session data from the cache database and display it in a table.
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Generate the SkewedSessions Project
The following article describes how to generate the SkewedSessions project.
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Indicating Activity with a Throbber
A throbber is a visual indication of activity within the portlet, similar to the hourglass cursor in a Windows application. It "throbs" to notify the user that the portlet is in the middle of an activity and might be temporarily unresponsive.
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