WebSphere Portal Family wiki: Developing: Creating a custom rendering plugin to display the average rating for an IBM Web Content Manager item

Starting in IBM® WebSphere® Portal version 7, it’s possible to allow users to rate and tag items, which includes IBM Web Content Manager (WCM) items. The product documentation topic, “Adding the inline rating widget to your portal content” provides the steps to enable rating for items within WebSphere Portal.

To leverage the information about rating the WCM items, we provide a custom rendering plugin to display the average rating for a WCM content item. This can be used, for example, within a menu design so you can see what the rating is for a piece of content item.

via WebSphere Portal Family wiki: Developing: Creating a custom rendering plugin to display the average rating for an IBM Web Content Manager item.

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