Projects / ePoll


ePoll is a Web-based poll written in server-side Java. It allows polls to be set up and administered. The content of the poll can be completely customized, and multiple-choice questions can have specific sets of answers. Statistics can be collected from the poll and reported on.

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Recent releases

  •  20 Jun 2005 06:01

    Release Notes: This release fixes many deprecations and compatibility with Expresso 5.6.

    •  14 Jun 2005 20:41

      Release Notes: This release includes compatibility with Expresso 5.5-RC, and an updated build system to be compatible with containers other than Tomcat. Results state is now public for reuse. Deprecation fixes are complete. Calls to setField(), which is now overloaded, have been upgraded.

      •  17 Nov 2003 21:04

        Release Notes: This release has been brought up to date with Expresso Framework 5.0x upon which it is based.

        •  27 Nov 2001 19:59

          Release Notes: ePoll is now compatible with the Expresso-4.01 framework. It is also now integrated with the Apache Jakarta Struts framework. The ability to handle multiple displays for Vote & Results screens was added. A "tiny" format suitable for inclusion of polls in Web-page margin frames is now included. New formats can be easily defined by creating new JSPs and altering a config file. Security was improved. New UI screens were added. The JSPs were improved. Many minor bugs were fixed.

          •  23 Apr 2001 15:57

            Release Notes: Many new features were added, and enhancements were made to take advantage of Expresso Framework 3.0.


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