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The tox (Tomcat, Oracle, and XML) Web archive is a foundation for development of HTTP-based applications using Tomcat (or some other servlet container) and an Oracle RDBMS. It requires coding primarily in PL/SQL, JavaScript, and XSLT, but also in HTML, CSS, and potentially Java. It enables the construction of applications using the model/view/controller (MVC) design pattern. With a controller that executes interpreted XML for creating the model and view, developers can construct new functionality. The model is retrieved either via includes or by the execution of Oracle's stored procedures, and then passed to an XML stylesheet transform to construct and return the view. Different combinations and options provide rich dynamic content.

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tox virtual appliance released 07 Dec 2010 20:42

Distribution of the tox open source application framework in a virtual appliance.

Recent releases

  •  13 Oct 2010 20:29

    Release Notes: This release uses CLOB rather than VARCHAR2 in the spool table. It loweres the logging threshold to the console. XML declaration has been stripped from includes.

    •  27 Jan 2010 23:26

      Release Notes: The logging has been localized, so you no longer edit logging.properties, which belongs to Tomcat. Root and space features that no one ever used and cluttered the code have been removed.

      •  25 Sep 2009 04:10

        Release Notes: Minor bugfixes and minor optimizations were done.

        •  04 Nov 2008 00:58

          Release Notes: Minor bugfixes. The addition of a logging.properties example for Tomcat to add a specific tox log.

          •  29 Sep 2008 17:27

            Release Notes: This release fixes a bug where model parameters could not contain a single quote. It improves performance by using StringBuilder instead of StringBuffer. It improves performance by testing for verbose debugging outside of the debug class rather than inside the debug class method. It utilizes Java 1.5 URLConnection.setReadTimeout in the href class, thus eliminating the need for a sub-class thread to perform the timeout function.

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