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From timothyjw...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r1734963 - in /aries/trunk/tx-control: README README.md tx-control-provider-jdbc-local/README tx-control-provider-jdbc-local/README.md tx-control-provider-jdbc-xa/README tx-control-provider-jdbc-xa/README.md
Date Mon, 14 Mar 2016 17:02:34 GMT
Author: timothyjward
Date: Mon Mar 14 17:02:34 2016
New Revision: 1734963

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=1734963&view=rev
Log:
[tx-control] Markdown formatting, rename to .md so that github renders correctly

Added:
    aries/trunk/tx-control/README.md
      - copied, changed from r1734959, aries/trunk/tx-control/README
    aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-local/README.md
      - copied, changed from r1734959, aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-local/README
    aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-xa/README.md
      - copied, changed from r1734959, aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-xa/README
Removed:
    aries/trunk/tx-control/README
    aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-local/README
    aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-xa/README

Copied: aries/trunk/tx-control/README.md (from r1734959, aries/trunk/tx-control/README)
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/aries/trunk/tx-control/README.md?p2=aries/trunk/tx-control/README.md&p1=aries/trunk/tx-control/README&r1=1734959&r2=1734963&rev=1734963&view=diff
==============================================================================
    (empty)

Copied: aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-local/README.md (from r1734959, aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-local/README)
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-local/README.md?p2=aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-local/README.md&p1=aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-local/README&r1=1734959&r2=1734963&rev=1734963&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-local/README (original)
+++ aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-local/README.md Mon Mar 14 17:02:34 2016
@@ -90,31 +90,50 @@ The factory pid is _org.apache.aries.tx.
 
 ### Resource Provider properties
 
-*aries.dsf.target.filter* : The target filter to use when searching for a DataSourceFactory.
If not specified then *osgi.jdbc.driver.class* must be specified.
-*aries.jdbc.property.names* : The names of the properties to pass to the DataSourceFactory
when creating the JDBC resources
-*osgi.jdbc.driver.class* : Used to locate the DataSourceFactory service if the *aries.dsf.target.filter*
is not set.
-*osgi.local.enabled* : Defaults to true. If false then resource creation will fail
-*osgi.xa.enabled* : Defaults to false. If true then resource creation will fail
-*osgi.connection.pooling.enabled* : Defaults to true. If true then the Database connections
will be pooled.
-*osgi.connection.max* : Defaults to 10. The maximum number of connections that should be
kept in the pool
-*osgi.connection.min* : Defaults to 10. The minimum number of connections that should be
kept in the pool
-*osgi.connection.timeout* : Defaults to 30,000 (30 seconds). The maximum time in milliseconds
to block when waiting for a database connection
-*osgi.idle.timeout* : Defaults to 180,000 (3 minutes). The time in milliseconds before an
idle connection is eligible to be closed.
-*osgi.connection.timeout* : Defaults to 10,800,000 (3 hours). The maximum time in milliseconds
that a connection may remain open before being closed.
-*osgi.use.driver* : Defaults to false. If true then use the createDriver method to connect
to the database.
+* *aries.dsf.target.filter* : The target filter to use when searching for a DataSourceFactory.
If not specified then *osgi.jdbc.driver.class* must be specified.
+
+* *aries.jdbc.property.names* : The names of the properties to pass to the DataSourceFactory
when creating the JDBC resources
+
+* *osgi.jdbc.driver.class* : Used to locate the DataSourceFactory service if the *aries.dsf.target.filter*
is not set.
+
+* *osgi.local.enabled* : Defaults to true. If false then resource creation will fail
+
+* *osgi.xa.enabled* : Defaults to false. If true then resource creation will fail
+
+* *osgi.connection.pooling.enabled* : Defaults to true. If true then the Database connections
will be pooled.
+
+* *osgi.connection.max* : Defaults to 10. The maximum number of connections that should be
kept in the pool
+
+* *osgi.connection.min* : Defaults to 10. The minimum number of connections that should be
kept in the pool
+
+* *osgi.connection.timeout* : Defaults to 30,000 (30 seconds). The maximum time in milliseconds
to block when waiting for a database connection
+
+* *osgi.idle.timeout* : Defaults to 180,000 (3 minutes). The time in milliseconds before
an idle connection is eligible to be closed.
+
+* *osgi.connection.timeout* : Defaults to 10,800,000 (3 hours). The maximum time in milliseconds
that a connection may remain open before being closed.
+
+* *osgi.use.driver* : Defaults to false. If true then use the createDriver method to connect
to the database.
 
 
 ### JDBC properties
 
 The following properties will automatically be passed to the DataSourceFactory if they are
present. The list of properties may be overridden using the *aries.jdbc.property.names* property
if necessary.
 
-*databaseName* : The name of the database
-*dataSourceName* : The name of the dataSource that will be created
-*description* : A description of the dataSource being created
-*networkProtocol* : The network protocol to use.
-*portNumber* : The port number to use
-*roleName* : The name of the JDBC role
-*serverName* : The name of the database server
-*user* : The JDBC user
-*password* : The JDBC password
+* *databaseName* : The name of the database
+
+* *dataSourceName* : The name of the dataSource that will be created
+
+* *description* : A description of the dataSource being created
+
+* *networkProtocol* : The network protocol to use.
+
+* *portNumber* : The port number to use
+
+* *roleName* : The name of the JDBC role
+
+* *serverName* : The name of the database server
+
+* *user* : The JDBC user
+
+* *password* : The JDBC password
 

Copied: aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-xa/README.md (from r1734959, aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-xa/README)
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-xa/README.md?p2=aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-xa/README.md&p1=aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-xa/README&r1=1734959&r2=1734963&rev=1734963&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-xa/README (original)
+++ aries/trunk/tx-control/tx-control-provider-jdbc-xa/README.md Mon Mar 14 17:02:34 2016
@@ -90,31 +90,50 @@ The factory pid is _org.apache.aries.tx.
 
 ### Resource Provider properties
 
-*aries.dsf.target.filter* : The target filter to use when searching for a DataSourceFactory.
If not specified then *osgi.jdbc.driver.class* must be specified.
-*aries.jdbc.property.names* : The names of the properties to pass to the DataSourceFactory
when creating the JDBC resources
-*osgi.jdbc.driver.class* : Used to locate the DataSourceFactory service if the *aries.dsf.target.filter*
is not set.
-*osgi.local.enabled* : Defaults to true. If false then this resource will not participate
in local transactions, and will fail if used within one. One of *osgi.local.enabled* and *osgi.xa.enabled*
must be true.
-*osgi.xa.enabled* : Defaults to true. If false then this resource will not participate in
xa transactions, and will fail if used within one. One of *osgi.local.enabled* and *osgi.xa.enabled*
must be true.
-*osgi.connection.pooling.enabled* : Defaults to true. If true then the Database connections
will be pooled.
-*osgi.connection.max* : Defaults to 10. The maximum number of connections that should be
kept in the pool
-*osgi.connection.min* : Defaults to 10. The minimum number of connections that should be
kept in the pool
-*osgi.connection.timeout* : Defaults to 30,000 (30 seconds). The maximum time in milliseconds
to block when waiting for a database connection
-*osgi.idle.timeout* : Defaults to 180,000 (3 minutes). The time in milliseconds before an
idle connection is eligible to be closed.
-*osgi.connection.timeout* : Defaults to 10,800,000 (3 hours). The maximum time in milliseconds
that a connection may remain open before being closed.
-*osgi.use.driver* : Defaults to false. If true then use the createDriver method to connect
to the database. Cannot be true if *osgi.xa.enabled* is true.
+* *aries.dsf.target.filter* : The target filter to use when searching for a DataSourceFactory.
If not specified then *osgi.jdbc.driver.class* must be specified.
+
+* *aries.jdbc.property.names* : The names of the properties to pass to the DataSourceFactory
when creating the JDBC resources
+
+* *osgi.jdbc.driver.class* : Used to locate the DataSourceFactory service if the *aries.dsf.target.filter*
is not set.
+
+* *osgi.local.enabled* : Defaults to true. If false then this resource will not participate
in local transactions, and will fail if used within one. One of *osgi.local.enabled* and *osgi.xa.enabled*
must be true.
+
+* *osgi.xa.enabled* : Defaults to true. If false then this resource will not participate
in xa transactions, and will fail if used within one. One of *osgi.local.enabled* and *osgi.xa.enabled*
must be true.
+
+* *osgi.connection.pooling.enabled* : Defaults to true. If true then the Database connections
will be pooled.
+
+* *osgi.connection.max* : Defaults to 10. The maximum number of connections that should be
kept in the pool
+
+* *osgi.connection.min* : Defaults to 10. The minimum number of connections that should be
kept in the pool
+
+* *osgi.connection.timeout* : Defaults to 30,000 (30 seconds). The maximum time in milliseconds
to block when waiting for a database connection
+
+* *osgi.idle.timeout* : Defaults to 180,000 (3 minutes). The time in milliseconds before
an idle connection is eligible to be closed.
+
+* *osgi.connection.timeout* : Defaults to 10,800,000 (3 hours). The maximum time in milliseconds
that a connection may remain open before being closed.
+
+* *osgi.use.driver* : Defaults to false. If true then use the createDriver method to connect
to the database. Cannot be true if *osgi.xa.enabled* is true.
 
 
 ### JDBC properties
 
 The following properties will automatically be passed to the DataSourceFactory if they are
present. The list of properties may be overridden using the *aries.jdbc.property.names* property
if necessary.
 
-*databaseName* : The name of the database
-*dataSourceName* : The name of the dataSource that will be created
-*description* : A description of the dataSource being created
-*networkProtocol* : The network protocol to use.
-*portNumber* : The port number to use
-*roleName* : The name of the JDBC role
-*serverName* : The name of the database server
-*user* : The JDBC user
-*password* : The JDBC password
+* *databaseName* : The name of the database
+
+* *dataSourceName* : The name of the dataSource that will be created
+
+* *description* : A description of the dataSource being created
+
+* *networkProtocol* : The network protocol to use.
+
+* *portNumber* : The port number to use
+
+* *roleName* : The name of the JDBC role
+
+* *serverName* : The name of the database server
+
+* *user* : The JDBC user
+
+* *password* : The JDBC password
 



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