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Doğan (Doan) Sever
liferay structure documentation
4 giugno 2009 5.43
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Doğan (Doan) Sever

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Hello friends,

is it possible to find any documentation which explains the structure of liferay source?

what i want to do here is to make liferay call my own class methods , for example.

in order to make efficent use of ext enviroment, one needs to have the structural documentation it seems.

Where can we find such a source ?
Lari Tuominen
RE: liferay structure documentation
4 giugno 2009 7.25
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Lari Tuominen

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Actually some time ago I was thinking the same. Is there some kind of architectural documentation from developers point-of-view?

How about other architecture documentation?

- Lari
atul patel
Re: [Liferay Forums][3. Development] liferay structure documentation
4 giugno 2009 13.44
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atul patel

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This doesn't answer your question but something for you to be aware of.

With the release of 5.2, the need to use the ext environment has been
reduced. You can override many classes via spring.

You should be able to create your own class that extends the liferay
class you whose behaviour you want to change. You can then override
particular methods.

Also be sure to check out the model listener functionality which is
very powerful.

Atul Patel

On Jun 4, 2009, at 5:43 AM, Doğan (Doan) Sever from liferay.com

<no-reply@liferay.com> wrote:

> Hello friends,
>
> is it possible to find any documentation which explains the
> structure of liferay source?
>
> what i want to do here is to make liferay call my own class
> methods , for example.
>
> in order to make efficent use of ext enviroment, one needs to have
> the structural documentation it seems.
>
> Where can we find such a source ?
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