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Sonoma Portal

The Sonoma Portal is a Java/XML-based content management and portal application. A simple architecture allows other Java classes and functionality to be plugged into the system.

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  •  22 Jun 2002 06:02

    Release Notes: Moved the templates to /sonomaXSL and cascading style sheets to /sonomaXSL/CSS, corrected "section title", added two or three new themes (styles), configured web.xml with initial parameters, added the ability to select the theme (template) and style sheet from the control panel, and separated booktemp.xsl into app.xsl, docbookp.xsl, and utils.xsl. The Tomcat 'Memory Realm' is now used for logins and security, and Calendar uses the new 'generatecalendar.xml' file instead of a Java class.

    •  19 May 2002 04:30

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      Recent comments

      04 Jun 2002 22:14 rhoobler

      More Info about Beta 3
      I'm changing the code to use the Tomcat Realms (J2EE?) for security. I've also changed the context-params to Context Lookups. Hopefully, this takes Sonoma a big step further and be more J2EE compliant.

      The Themes are done and being tested. I should have Beta 3 out the door before the end of the month. If anyone has any comments or suggestions, please let me know.

      Thanks,
      Roy

      21 May 2002 05:58 rhoobler

      For the next release (Beta 3)
      We're looking at adding the following to Beta 3...

      1. Much better calendar application
      2. Ability to change templates and style sheet from
      the control panel
      3. Moving logins to another directory
      4. 4 good templates to choose from
      5. Perhaps maintaining members (users).

      Thanks,
      Roy

      19 May 2002 21:09 rhoobler

      Good Portals
      Sonoma Portal is a combination of a small content editor and portal posting site. Any suggestions or comments will be helpful. Some functionality like 'user polls' have not been implemented, do we need them? I see them around, but most people and business probably wouldn't need them.

      If enough people are interested, I might be able to host sites (through a provider) using Sonoma.

      Thanks,
      Roy

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