TAO is an Open Source e-Testing platform that empowers you to build, deliver, and share innovative and engaging assessments online – in any language or subject matter.


Clone repository

git clone https://github.com/oat-sa/package-tao.git

Install via composer missing library and extensions

composer install

Add rw to www-data

sudo chown -R www-data package-tao

Install TAO

sudo -u www-data php tao/scripts/taoInstall.php \
--db_driver pdo_mysql \
--db_host localhost \
--db_name taoUnitTest \
--db_user myuser \
--db_pass tao \
--module_namespace http://sample/first.rdf \
--module_url http://myurl \
--user_login admin \
--user_pass admin \
-e taoCe
Optional/Reuired Parameter Description
--db_driver Target available sgbd : pdo_pgsql, pdo_mysql, pdo_sqlsrv, pdo_oci.
--db_host Database location.
--db_name The Database name corresponds to the Module name.
Optional --db_pass Password to access to the database.
Required --db_user Login to access to the database.
--file_path|-f Path to where files should be stored.
--timezone|-t Timezone of the install.
--module_lang|-l The default language will be used when the language parameters are not specified for the graphical interface and the data.
--module_mode The deployment mode allow and deny access to resources regarding the needs of the platform.The test & development mode will enables the debugs tools, the unit tests, and the access to all the resources. The production mode is focused on the security and allow only the required resources to run TAO.
--module_namespace The module's namespace will be used to identify the data stored by your module. Each data collected by tao is identified uniquely by an URI composed by the module namespace followed by the resource identifier (NAMESPACE#resource).
Required --module_url|-url The URL to access the module from a web browser.
Required --user_login|-u The login of the administrator to be created.
Required --user_pass|-p The password of the administrator.
--import_local|-i States if the local.rdf files must be imported or not.
--instance_name|-n The name of the instance to install.
--extensions|-e Comma-separated list of extensions to install.
--verbose|-v Verbose mode.