public void <methodName>(RenderRequest, RenderResponse)
This corresponds to the
public String <methodName>()
The String returned by the method will be written to the response unchanged.
public void <methodName>()
Intended for use when only a resource include is needed.
The method declaration may contain a throws clause. Exceptions declared in the
throws clause should be of type
Checked exceptions of any other type will be caught, wrapped with a PortletException,
|Modifier and Type||Required Element and Description|
The portlet names for which the render method applies.
|Modifier and Type||Optional Element and Description|
Sets the content type, or the MIME type, of content generated by the method.
Specifies a resource, such as a JSP, an HTML file, or a servlet to be included.
The ordinal number for this annotated method.
The portlet mode rendered by the annotated method.
public abstract String portletNames
The annotated method can apply to multiple portlets within the portlet application. The names of the portlets to which the resources apply must be specified in this field.
A wildcard character '*' can be specified in the first portletName array element to indicate that the resource declarations are to apply to all portlets in the portlet application. If specified, the wildcard character must appear alone in the first array element.
public abstract String portletMode
If an portlet mode is specified, the bean enabler will dispatch Render requests with matching portlet mode values to this method.
If this field is empty, the method will be executed for all Render requests not dispatched by portlet mode to other RenderMethods.
public abstract String contentType
If this field is empty or set to the wildcard, no content type will be set.
The portlet can then set the content type using the portlet API
public abstract String include
The resource will be included using the
PortletRequestDispatcher#include method after the method body
has been executed.
If this field is empty, no resource will be included.
public abstract int ordinal
The ordinal number determines the order of execution if multiple methods are annotated. Annotated methods with a lower ordinal number are executed before methods with a higher ordinal number.
Java Portlet 3.0 API Specification. See the Copyright and License provided with this distribution. Use is subject to license terms.