Mainsoft SharePoint Integrator for WebSphere Portal | Knowledge Base
Deploying the Mainsoft SharePoint Integrator portlets to WebSphere Portal Version 5.1
Here are modifications to the WAR file for deploying Mainsoft SharePoint Integrator portlets on WebSphere Portal v. 5.1.
Building enterprise mashup applications using Mainsoft SharePoint Integrator for ready-to-use portlets and IBM WebSphere Portal
Create a composite application that integrates the contents retrieved from a Microsoft SharePoint site with a custom Java portlet running on WebSphere Portal.
Integrating SharePoint data into WebSphere Portal: building a composite application across SharePoint, .NET, and Java
Integrate SharePoint lists into WebSphere Portal, and build a composite application on-the-glass that integrates SharePoint content, an ASP.NET application, and a Google Maps portlet.
Demo: Integrate SharePoint and ASP.NET into WebSphere Portal
This demo shows how to integrate an ASP.NET shopping site into a WebSphere Portal-based eCommerce site and order fulfillment site, and build composite applications that integrate .NET applications, SharePoint content, and Java components. The demo also includes a brief introduction to the .NET development experience.
White paper: Federating SharePoint sites within WebSphere Portal
This whitepaper explores the capabilities and architecture of Mainsoft SharePoint Integrator for WebSphere Portal. Single sign-on and authentication schemes in a mixed .NET and Java environment, and composite applications across disparate platforms, are examined in detail.
InfoWorld product review: .NET comes to WebSphere Portal
"Mainsoft has so skillfully insinuated its portlet SDK into the Visual Studio IDE that developers are insulated from all but the entirely unavoidable technical details of building a WebSphere portlet... Mainsoft's SDK fashions all the glue code and meta-information needed so that the final portlet is visually and behaviorally identical to a portlet built from the get-go in Java."