> > 2.  Can I use old web apps (CGI, Net.Data, etc.) as portlets?
> 
> Not without work.  You'll need a way to force the CGI or Net.Data
> program to generate the HTML it would normally generate, and 
> then return
> that to the portal server.  JSPs and servlets are inherently easier to
> use because they can be redirected to a PortletResponse object.  At
> least I hope this is the case <grin>.
> 

Output from Net.Data can be redirected to a file fairly easily. I'm happy to 
provide details if anyone wants them.

Zak Metz
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