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This page lists the XML schemas used by each release of Geronimo. The schemas cover the Geronimo deployment plans as well as common elements and specialized configuration syntax. Note that each release of Geronimo includes the schemas for that release in the schema/ directory of the Geronimo installation.

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- + + Security Mapping - + + http://geronimo.apache.org/xml/ns/security-1.1 - + + Common security elements used by other plans.
- + + Security Realms - + + http://geronimo.apache.org/xml/ns/loginconfig-1.0 - + + Abbreviated syntax for configuring security realm and login module GBeans. You can either manually configure multiple GBeans or declare a single GBean for the realm using this to configure @@ -396,40 +497,40 @@
- + + Naming - + + http://geronimo.apache.org/xml/ns/naming-1.0 - + + Common elements for references to other components (EJBs, database pools, JMS resources, J2EE Connectors, Web Services, etc.)
- + + Primary Key Generator - + + http://www.openejb.org/xml/ns/pkgen-2.0 - + + Abbreviated syntax for configuring primary key generators for CMP entity beans. Avoids manually configuring and wiring up PK generator GBeans. @@ -437,79 +538,79 @@
- + + CORBA CSS Configuration - + + http://www.openejb.org/xml/ns/corba-css-config-2.0 - + + Abbreviated syntax for configuring security for clients accessing remote EJBs via CORBA.
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Modified: geronimo/site/xdocs/documentation.xml URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs/geronimo/site/xdocs/documentation.xml?rev=377474&r1=377473&r2=377474&view=diff ============================================================================== --- geronimo/site/xdocs/documentation.xml (original) +++ geronimo/site/xdocs/documentation.xml Mon Feb 13 11:42:25 2006 @@ -29,45 +29,33 @@

-There is not yet a full manual or similar official documentation. However, -the resources below will help new users and developers get up to speed with -Geronimo. +There is not yet a full manual or similar official documentation. However, the resources below will help new users and developers get up to speed with Geronimo.

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  • The Geronimo Wiki has information on running Geronimo, as well as checking out and building from source, and many other things.
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The following books have their entire content available online: