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No. Testing? Test data source? Production data. If test data, does that data source have to be created? Is portlet or data source likely to be performance-sensitive? Multiple queries of multiple databases of data that cannot be cached are a performance- sensitive portlet. Be sure to test the portal with and without performance- sensitive portlets to understand their impacts. Yes. Caching? Cacheable? Yes. Portlet sourcing worksheet Hints Your response Your comments
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Appendix C. Portlet sourcing 111 Same cache for all users? Cache is same for all users. Will you cache data feed? Yes. Will you allow caching in portlet.xml? Yes. Will you use the WebSphere Application Server dynamic caching system (dynacache)? This enables command caching of database queries, dynamic Java object caching of JSPs, servlets and so on, and edge caching. Portlet sourcing worksheet Hints Your response Your comments
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112 WebSphere Portal Best Practices
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© Copyright IBM Corp. 2006. All rights reserved. 113 Solution assurance checklist This document is to be completed by the customer and meant to assist the IBM subject matter expert (SME) and the quality assurance specialist in preparation for and during an IBM Solution Assurance Review. In the following tables, include the names of specialists responsible for approving the item or providing information, use cross references to the action items list at the end of this document, and include brief comments if appropriate, for example, “specialist x has read the proposal and confirms that the proposed solution meets the requirement.” If there is no information available for a particular requirement, the review should assume the requirement will be onerous/high. D
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114 WebSphere Portal Best Practices Table D-1 Solution Assurance Review checklist: Customer requirements Table D-2 Solution Assurance Review checklist: Product capability Activity: Customer requirements Y/ N Factors increasing risk Factors reducing risk Task owner Due date Customer organization and executive sponsor identified? Assumptions and customer risks understood and documented? Customer's present business environment/background understood and documented? Customer's baseline requirements: Functional Operational Performance Scalability and workload understood, documented, and signed off? Business process integration requirements understood and documented? Web content management requirements understood and documented? Conditions of satisfaction and acceptance criteria are known, documented, and agreed? Business benefits and drivers understood and documented? Staffing/resources available to support this solution? Discuss a readiness plan with the customer before implementing WebSphere Portal V5.1. Activity: Product capability Y/ N Factors increasing risk Factors reducing risk Task owner Due date Have the overall architecture and software products needed to support the solution been determined?
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