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    I am a junior software developer and from very short time I approached the world of the portlet.
    I need to incorporate into my portlet code written in ExtJS.
    Once make the integration the code is displayed perfectly NOT IN THE PORTLET BUT IN THE BACKGROUND OF THE PORTAL:.. that is, occupies the entire portal and the portlet is empty.

    How can I fix this? is there any tutorial for this?

    Thanks

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    Are you using an Ext.Viewport? Try replacing it with an Ext.Container with a FitToParent plugin.

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    Yes! I'm using it! I will try your solution!!

    Thanks

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    Sorry.. is there some tutorial to give me aid in this replacing?

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