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From dwo...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r609207 [2/8] - in /geronimo/server/trunk/plugins/console: console-base-portlets/src/main/resources/ console-base-portlets/src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/view/ajax/ console-base-portlets/src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/view/apache/jk/ console-base-portlet...
Date Sat, 05 Jan 2008 20:22:38 GMT

Added: geronimo/server/trunk/plugins/console/console-base-portlets/src/main/resources/consolebase.properties
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/geronimo/server/trunk/plugins/console/console-base-portlets/src/main/resources/consolebase.properties?rev=609207&view=auto
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--- geronimo/server/trunk/plugins/console/console-base-portlets/src/main/resources/consolebase.properties (added)
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+#=====================================================================
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+# $Rev$ $Date$
+
+ajax.progressbar.processing = Processing...
+
+apache.jk.ajpPort.networkPort                = Network Port for AJP
+apache.jk.ajpPort.networkPortExplanation     = <tt>mod_jk</tt> talks to the Geronimo web container using a protocol called AJP.  Currently, you do not have an AJP protocol listener configured for the web container.  Select a network port here, and an AJP protocol listener will be added for you.
+apache.jk.ajpPort.title                      = <b>Apache mod_jk</b> -- AJP Port
+apache.jk.config.logFileLocation             = <tt>mod_jk</tt> log file location
+apache.jk.config.logFileLoctionExplanation   = <tt>mod_jk</tt> writes to a log file in a location you choose.  The log file location needs to be set in the Apache configuration.   Please select the location where the <tt>mod_jk</tt> log file should be written.
+apache.jk.config.operatingSystem             = Operating System
+apache.jk.config.operatingSystemExplanation  = The process for installing <tt>mod_jk</tt> depends on the operating system. For some, we can provide specific guidance. For others, you'll have to install <tt>mod_jk</tt> on your own.
+apache.jk.config.pathToProperties            = Path to <tt>workers.properties</tt>
+apache.jk.config.pathToPropertiesExplanation = <tt>mod_jk</tt> requires a file called <tt>workers.properties</tt> to specify which app servers can be contacted on which network ports, etc.   This tool will generate the contents for the <tt>workers.properties</tt> file,  but it also needs to point to this file in the Apache configuration data,  so we need to know where you plan to put this file.
+apache.jk.config.title                       = <b>Apache mod_jk</b> -- Basic Configuration
+apache.jk.index.frag1                        = This tool walks you through the process of configuring access to Geronimo through the Apache 2 HTTP server using the <tt>mod_jk</tt> Apache module. There are several steps needed to do this:
+apache.jk.index.frag2                        = By answering a few questions here, we can give you specific guidance and generate configuration information you can use.
+apache.jk.index.getStarted                   = Get Started
+apache.jk.index.notes                        = </li></ul><p>Notes:</p><ul><li>Geronimo does not remember previous settings generated using this tool;you'll need to reenter all the data each time, or just paste the new information into your existing configuration files.</li>  <li>Any web applications to be exposed via Apache must be running when you run this tool, and of course must be running to be accessed from Apache.</li></ul>
+apache.jk.index.severalSteps                 = <ol><li>Configure the Geronimo web container to support the AJP protocol</li><li>Install the <tt>mod_jk.so</tt> Apache module (compiling it if necessary)</li><li>Create a <tt>workers.properties</tt> configuration file to point Apache to the Geronimo AJP connector</li><li>Add Apache configuration information indicating which URLs should be sent to Geronimo and whether Apache should serve static content (leaving only dynamic content within the web application to Geronimo)</li></ol>
+apache.jk.results.alreadyHasAJPListener      = This Geronimo configuration already has an AJP listener running on port {0}. Nothing further needs to be done here.
+apache.jk.results.anAJPLisstnerAdded         = An AJP lisstner was added on port {0}.  Nothing further needs to be done here.
+apache.jk.results.canActivateIt              = Once the <tt>mod_jk</tt> RPM is installed, you can activate it by
+apache.jk.results.followingInfoToConfig      = The following information needs to go into your Apache Configuration.
+apache.jk.results.howToActivateOthers        = adding the following line to <tt>/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf</tt>:</p><pre>LoadModule jk_module modules/mod_jk.so</pre> <p>Then you can start Apache by running <tt>service httpd start</tt>  (or <tt>service httpd restart</tt>).
+apache.jk.results.howToActivateifOsSuSE      = editing <tt>/etc/sysconfig/apache2</tt> and adding <tt>jk</tt> to the value configured for  <tt>APACHE_MODULES</tt> and then running (as root) <tt>SuSEconfig</tt> followed by  <tt>rcapache2 start</tt> (or <tt>rcapache2 restart</tt>).
+apache.jk.results.noInstructionsToInstall    = </p><p>Based on your operating system selection, I don't have specific instructions to install <tt>mod_jk</tt>.  You may be able to get a binary release from  <a href="http://www.apache.org/dist/tomcat/tomcat-connectors/jk/binaries/"> http://www.apache.org/dist/tomcat/tomcat-connectors/jk/binaries/</a>.  Otherwise, you'll have to build from source.</p><p>To enable <tt>mod_jk</tt> in Apache,  you typically need to install the <tt>.so</tt> (Linux/UNIX/Mac OS X)  or <tt>.dll</tt>  (Windows) and then add a line to the <tt>httpd.conf</tt> file like this:</p> <pre> LoadModule jk_module modules/mod_jk.so</pre> <p>Finally, start or restart Apache.</p>
+apache.jk.results.saveFollowingToFile        = You've decided to save this file at <tt> {0} </tt>.  Please save the following content to that file.
+apache.jk.results.saveWhereIfSuSE            = For SuSE, this should be saved to a file in the Apache conf.d dir, e.g.write this content to <tt>/etc/apache2/conf.d/geronimo-jk.conf</tt>
+apache.jk.results.saveWhereOthwise           = This information should be added to the Apache configuration file.  This is often at a location such as <tt>/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf</tt>
+apache.jk.results.step1                      = Step 1: Configure Geronimo for AJP
+apache.jk.results.step2                      = Step 2: Install <tt>mod_jk</tt>
+apache.jk.results.step2_installUsingRPM      = On {0}, you can install <tt>mod_jk</tt> using an RPM.  This does not activate it in Apache,but it at least installs the binary in the right location.  To install, find the following RPM on your install media and run a command like this\uFF1A
+apache.jk.results.step3                      = Step 3: Create a <tt>workers.properties</tt> file
+apache.jk.results.step4                      = Step 4: Apache Configuration<h2>
+apache.jk.results.step5                      = Step 5: Restart Apache
+apache.jk.results.step5Content               = With those steps completed, Apache should be ready to go!  Start Geronimo and restart Apache and try accessing a Geronimo web application through an Apache URL.  If there are any problems, check the Apache error log, and the mod_jk error log (at <tt>{0}</tt>).
+apache.jk.results.summary                    = This page lists the things you must do to enable <tt>mod_jk</tt> in Apache and configure it to talk to Geronimo.
+apache.jk.results.title                      = <b>Apache mod_jk</b> -- Configuration Results
+apache.jk.webApps.dynamicPaths               = Dynamic Paths
+apache.jk.webApps.select                     = <p>For each web application <i>currently running</i> in Geronimo, select:</p><dl>  <dt><b>Through Apache</b></dt>  <dd>Whether the web application should be exposed through Apache</dd>  <dt><b>Static Content</b></dt>  <dd>Whether Apache should serve static content for the web application  (instead of all    content being handled by Geronimo)</dd>  <dt><b>Dynamic Paths</b></dt> <dd>If Apache is serving static content, which URL paths should be passed to Geronimo       (e.g. <tt>/servlet/*</tt> or <tt>*.jsp</tt>)</dd></dl>
+apache.jk.webApps.staticContent              = Static Content
+apache.jk.webApps.throughApache              = Through Apache
+apache.jk.webApps.title                      = <b>Apache mod_jk</b> -- Web App Selection
+apache.jk.webApps.webApplication             = Web Application
+
+ca.caDetails.summary                                = This screen shows the details of CA's certificate and keypair.  <i>Highest Serial Number</i> shows the highest of serial number of any certificate issued by this CA.  <i>Certificate Text</i> shows the CA's certificate in base64 encoded form.  This text can be used by the certificate requestors to designate this CA as a trusted CA in their software.
+ca.caDetails.title                                  = Certification Authority Details
+ca.certReqDetails.summary                           = This screen shows the details of the Certficate Signing Request (CSR) and allows you to input the validity period and signature algorithm for the certificate to be issued.  The certificate serial number is automatically generated by incrementing the serial number of the last certificate issued.   The next screen will allow you to review & confirm these details and issue a certificate. 
+ca.certReqDetails.title                             = <b>Issue New Certificate</b> - Step 2: Review Request and enter Certificate details
+ca.common.CSRText                                   = CSR Text
+ca.common.Division_BusinessUnit                     = Division/Business Unit
+ca.common.aliasForCAKeypair                         = Alias for CA's keypair
+ca.common.backToCAHome                              = Back to CA home
+ca.common.base64EncodedCertText                     = Base64 encoded Certificate Text
+ca.common.certAuthorityIdentity                     = Certification Authority's Identity
+ca.common.certRequestorDetails                      = Certificate Requestor Details
+ca.common.certRequests                              = Certificate Requests
+ca.common.certSerialNo                              = Certificate Serial Number.
+ca.common.certSerialNumber                          = Certificate Serial Number
+ca.common.certificateDetails                        = Certificate Details
+ca.common.city_Locality                             = City/Locality
+ca.common.commonName                                = Common Name
+ca.common.company_Organization                      = Company/Organization
+ca.common.countryCode                               = Country Code
+ca.common.criticalExt                               = critical ext
+ca.common.detailsOfCert                             = Details of the Certificate to be issued
+ca.common.fingerPrints                              = Finger prints
+ca.common.highestSerialNumber                       = Highest Serial Number
+ca.common.issueNewCert                              = Issue New Certificate
+ca.common.issuer                                    = Issuer
+ca.common.keyAlgorithm                              = Key Algorithm
+ca.common.keyDetails                                = Key Details
+ca.common.keySize                                   = Key Size
+ca.common.lockCA                                    = Lock CA
+ca.common.noRequests                                = There are no requests.
+ca.common.nonCriticalExt                            = non-critical ext
+ca.common.processCSR                                = Process CSR
+ca.common.publicKey                                 = Public Key
+ca.common.publicKeyAlg                              = Public Key Alg
+ca.common.reviewCADetails                           = Review CA Details
+ca.common.reviewClientCertDetails                   = Review Client Cert Details
+ca.common.serialNumber                              = Serial Number
+ca.common.setupCertAuthority                        = Setup Certification Authority
+ca.common.signatureAlg                              = Signature Alg
+ca.common.signatureAlgorithm                        = Signature Algorithm
+ca.common.state_Province                            = State/Province
+ca.common.subject                                   = Subject
+ca.common.title                                     = View Certificate
+ca.common.unlockCA                                  = Unlock CA
+ca.common.unlockCertAuthority                       = Unlock Certification Authority
+ca.common.validFrom                                 = Valid From
+ca.common.validFromDate                             = Valid From Date
+ca.common.validTo                                   = Valid To
+ca.common.validToDate                               = Valid To Date
+ca.common.viewCADetails                             = View CA Details
+ca.common.viewIssuedCert                            = View Issued Certificate
+ca.confirmCA.summary                                = This screen lets you review the CA details entered in the previous screen.  If you need to modify any information shown here, please go back to the previous screen.  Upon clicking the <i>Setup Certification Authority</i> button, a keypair and a self-signed certificate will be generated and stored in a keystore.  CA's certificate serial number is stored in a text file and the number is incremented each time a CSR is processed by the CA.
+ca.confirmCA.title                                  = <b>Setup Certification Authority</b> - Step 2: Review and Confirm CA details
+ca.confirmCertReq.approveCSR                        = Approve CSR
+ca.confirmCertReq.confirmCertRequest                = Confirm Certificate Request
+ca.confirmCertReq.rejectCSR                         = Reject CSR
+ca.confirmCertReq.summary                           = This screen shows the details of the Certficate Signing Request (CSR) and allows you to approve the request.Once the request is approved, it will be considered for issue of a certificate.
+ca.confirmClientCert.issueCert                      = Issue Certificate
+ca.confirmClientCert.summary                        = This screen shows the CSR details and the certificate details entered in the previous screen.  Upon clicking the <i>Issue Certificate</i> button, a certificate will be issued and stored.  The next screen will show the details of the certificate issued.
+ca.confirmClientCert.title                          = <b>Issue New Certificate</b> - Step 3: Confirm and Issue Certificate
+ca.index.CAFunctionsAccessed                        = CA functions can be accessed using the links provided below.
+ca.index.CAInitialized                              = CA has been initialized.
+ca.index.CALocked                                   = But, the CA is locked.  Please unlock the CA to access CA functions.
+ca.index.CANotInitialized                           = CA is not running or the CA may not have been initialized.  Please initialize the CA using the link provided below.
+ca.index.publishCACert                              = Publish CA Certificate
+ca.index.requestsToBeFulfilled                      = Requests to be fulfilled
+ca.index.requestsToBeVerified                       = Requests to be verified
+ca.index.title                                      = This portlet allows you to setup a Certification Authority (CA) and issue certificates in reply to Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs).   <i>Setup Certification Authority</i> function allows to initialize the CA by providing CA Identity details,   algorithm parameters for CA's key pair and self-signed certificate and a password to protect the CA's private key. This password is to be used to unlock the CA to access CA functions. Once the CA is initialized,CSRs can be processed using <i>Issue New Certificate</i> function.  Previously issued certificates can be viewed using <i>View Issued Certificate</i> function.
+ca.listRequestsIssue.CertRequestsAwaiting           = Certificate Requests awaiting fulfillment
+ca.listRequestsIssue.CertRequestsAwaitingExp        = This screen shows the certificate requests waiting to be fulfilled.
+ca.listRequestsVerify.certRequestsAwaitingVerifyExp = Certificate Requests awaiting verification
+ca.listRequestsVerify.jsp                           = This screen shows the certificate requests waiting for verification.
+ca.processCSR.pastePkcs10here                       = ...paste pkcs10 encoded certificate request here...
+ca.processCSR.summary                               = This screen lets you process Certificate Signing Request (CSR) text and view the details of the requestor.  Paste the content of CSR text file you received from the requestor and click on<i>Process CSR</i> button.  The next screen will show the details of the requestor and allow you to input information required to issue a certificate.
+ca.processCSR.title                                 = <b>Issue New Certificate</b> - Step 1: Process Certificate Signing Request (CSR)\r\n
+ca.setupCA.summary                                  = On this screen you can enter the Certification Authority (CA) details, algorithm parameters for CA's keypair, algorithm for CA's self signed certificate and a password to protect the CA's private key. The next screen will let you review this information before generating the CA's keypair and self-signed certificate.
+ca.setupCA.title                                    = <b>Setup Certification Authority</b> - Step 1: Enter CA details
+ca.unlockCA.enterCAPrivateKeyPassword               = Enter the CA's private key password
+ca.unlockCA.summary                                 = This screen lets you unlock the CA by providing the password used to protect the CA's private key.  Once unlocked, the CA functions will be available.
+ca.viewCertificate.enterSerialNumber                = Enter the serial number of the certificate to be viewed and click on <i>View Certificate</i> button.
+ca.viewCertificate.screenShows                      = This screen shows the details of a certificate issued by the CA.  The base64 encoded certificate text should be sent to the requestor as a reply to their Certificate Signing Request (CSR).
+
+car.addRepository.currentlyPluginRepositories = The currently available plugin repositories are
+car.addRepository.downloadRunningCongfig      = You can also download running configurations from another Geronimo server just as if you're browsing and installing third-party plugins. If you want to point to a remote Geronimo server, enter a URL such as <tt>http://geronimo-server:8080/console-standard/maven-repo/</tt>
+car.addRepository.howToAddPluginRepositories  = To add a new plugin repository to this list, enter the URL to the repository. The repository must have a <tt>geronimo-plugins.xml</tt> file in the root directory listing the available plugins in the repository.
+car.addRepository.title                       = Add Plugin Repository
+car.common.addRepository                      = Add Repository
+car.common.author                             = Author
+car.common.category                           = Category
+car.common.createGeronimoPlugin               = Create Geronimo Plugin
+car.common.dependencies                       = Dependencies
+car.common.downloadRepositories               = Download Repositories
+car.common.exportPlugin                       = Export Plugin
+car.common.geronimoVersions                   = Geronimo Versions
+car.common.group                              = Group
+car.common.license                            = License
+car.common.moduleID                           = Module ID
+car.common.newRepository                      = New Repository
+car.common.obsoletes                          = Obsoletes
+car.common.openSource                         = Open Source
+car.common.pluginURL                          = Plugin URL
+car.common.prereq1Description                 = Prereq 1 Description
+car.common.prereq2Description                 = Prereq 2 Description
+car.common.prereq3Description                 = Prereq 3 Description
+car.common.prerequisite1ID                    = Prerequisite 1 ID
+car.common.prerequisite1Type                  = Prerequisite 1 Type
+car.common.prerequisite2ID                    = Prerequisite 2 ID
+car.common.prerequisite2Type                  = Prerequisite 2 Type
+car.common.prerequisite3ID                    = Prerequisite 3 ID
+car.common.prerequisite3Type                  = Prerequisite 3 Type
+car.common.prerequisites                      = Prerequisites
+car.common.proprietary                        = Proprietary
+car.common.removePlugins                      = Remove Geronimo Plugins
+car.common.repository                         = Repository
+car.common.savePluginData                     = Save Plugin Data
+car.common.searchForPlugins                   = Show Plugins in selected repository
+car.common.uniqueID                           = Unique ID
+car.common.viewDetails                        = View Details
+car.common.webSite                            = Web Site
+car.confirmExport.title                       = <b>Export Plugin</b> -- Save to Disk
+car.confirmExport.useBtnBelow                 = Use the button below to save the plugin "{0}" to disk.
+car.download.foundDependencies                = Found the following dependencies for this plugin.  Any missing dependencies will be installed for you automatically if you proceed.
+car.download.processing                       = Processing {0}...
+car.downloadStatus.processing                 = Processing {0}...
+car.index.createGeronimoPluginExp             = Choose a configuration in the current Geronimo server to export as a Geronimo plugin.  The configuration will be saved as a CAR file to your local filesystem.<i>Note: at present, you must manually add a <tt>META-INF/geronimo-plugin.xml</tt> file to the CAR  after you export it in order for it to be a valid plugin.</i>
+car.index.optionalAuthentication              = Optional Authentication
+car.index.removePluginsExp                    = To remove a plugin, use the categories under <b>Applications</b> to locate the plugin module and uninstall it.
+car.index.summary                             = <p>This portlet lets you install or create Geronimo plugins. This can be used to install new features into a Geronimo server at runtime.</p> <h2>Install Geronimo Plugins</h2> <p>Choose a remote repository to inspect for available Geronimo plugins.  The repository must have a <tt>geronimo-plugins.xml</tt> file in the root directory listing the available plugins in the repository.</p> <p>You can also download running configurations from another Geronimo server  just as if you're browsing and installing third-party plugins.  If you want to point to a remote Geronimo server,  enter a URL such as <tt>http://geronimo-server:8080/console-standard/maven-repo/</tt>  and the enter the administrator username and password in the optional authentication fields.</p>
+car.index.updateRepositoryList                = Update Repository List
+car.list.noPlugins                            = No plugins are listed at this repository.
+car.list.pluginRepo                           = Plugins listed at 
+car.pluginParams.JVMVersionsExp               = An optional list of JVM version prefixes supported by this plugin.  If no values are listed, the plugin can be installed in Geronimo running in any version of the JVM.  Otherwise, list one acceptable JVM version perfix per line, like "1.4.2&nbsp;\r\n&nbsp;1.5&nbsp;\r\n&nbsp;..." (ideally, of course, this means you've actually tested the plugin with Geronimo on each JVM version listed here).
+car.pluginParams.authorExp                    = The author of the plug, which may be a person, company, open source project, etc.
+car.pluginParams.categoryExp                  = The category this plugin falls into.  Plugins in the same category will be listed together. If this plugin is intended to be listed on geronimoplugins.com then you should use one of the category names there if any of them fit.  Otherwise, you can select this freely, or according to the categories acceptable to the repository where you plan to post this.
+car.pluginParams.dependenciesExp              = A list of JARs or other module IDs that this plugin depends on.  These will be downloaded automatically when this plugin is installed.  Normally you shouldn't change this list.  However, you can move entries from the dependency list to the <b>prerequisite</b> list if the user must install the dependency manually before installing the plugin  (e.g. for a database pool where a plugin wouldn't know what server to connect to).<br /><br />  Each entry in this list should use the Unique ID format like is used for this plugin above. You may remove the version number if you'd like to work with any version of the dependency, though that may be risky. Each value should be on a separate line.
+car.pluginParams.descriptionExp               = A description of this plugin.  You should use plain text only, with blank lines to separate paragraphs.
+car.pluginParams.downloadRepositoriesExp      = A list of repositories to check for any dependencies that need to be downloaded. This should be a list of one URL per line, with values such as <tt>http://geronimoplugins.com/repository/</tt> and <tt>http://www.ibiblio.org/maven2/</tt>. Note that the repository this plugin is deployed to should typically be the first one listed.
+car.pluginParams.geronimoVersionsExp          = An optional list of Geronimo versions supported by this plugin.  If no values are listed, the plugin can be installed in any version of Geronimo. Otherwise, list one acceptable Geronimo version per line, like "1.1&nbsp;\r\n&nbsp;1.1.1&nbsp;\r\n&nbsp;1.1.2&nbsp;\r\n&nbsp;..." (ideally, of course, this means you've actually tested the plugin with each Geronimo version listed here).
+car.pluginParams.humanReadableName            = Human Readable Name
+car.pluginParams.humanReadableNameExp         = A human-readable name that will be displayed for this plugin.
+car.pluginParams.licenseExp                   = The name of the license that this plugin is covered by.  Ideally, it would be prefixed by the class of license, like "BSD -- (name)" or "GPL -- (name)".
+car.pluginParams.obsoletesExp                 = A list of module IDs that this plugin replaces.  Those plugins or modules will be removed when this one is installed. That may include previous versions of this plugin if you want installing it to "upgrade" rather than just offering an additional alternative.  This should be a list with one module ID per line.
+car.pluginParams.openSourceExp                = Check this box if the license is an OSI-approved open source license (see <a href="http://www.opensource.org/licenses/index.php">http://www.opensource.org/licenses/index.php</a>).
+car.pluginParams.pluginURLExp                 = A URL to get more information about the plugin (e.g. the plugin home page).
+car.pluginParams.prereqDescriptionExp         = A longer description of what the user needs to do to comply with this prerequisite (for example, instructions to set up a database pool listing the supported database products and telling the user where to find a script to initialize the database).  This should be plain text with empty lines to separate paragraphs.
+car.pluginParams.prerequisiteIDExp            = The module ID of a prerequisite for this plugin.  This is a module that must be present in the server before the plugin can be installed.  It may be something like a specific web container for a web application (<tt>geronimo/jetty/*/car</tt>) or something like a database pool or security realm that the user must install  because the plugin author can't create a value that will be valid in the destination server.  You may want to leave out as many segments of the module ID as possible in order to accomodate more users (e.g. <tt>*/mypool/*/*</tt> rather than <tt>myapp/mypool/1.2/car</tt>).
+car.pluginParams.prerequisiteTypeExp          = A brief description of the type of prerequisite this is (for the benefit of the user).  Examples could include <tt>Database Pool</tt> or <tt>Web Container</tt>.
+car.pluginParams.title                        = <b>Export Plugin</b> -- Configure Plugin Data
+car.pluginParams.uniqueIDExp                  = The globally unique ID for this plugin.  This is determined from the installation in the server you're exporting.  This defines the version number for the plugin, so make sure it's correct.
+car.results.filesProcessed                    = Files Processed
+car.results.title                             = The plugin {0} has been installed.
+car.viewForDownload.author                    = Author
+car.viewForDownload.dependencies              = Dependencies
+car.viewForDownload.description               = Description
+car.viewForDownload.geronimoVersions          = eronimo-Versions
+car.viewForDownload.installable               = Installable
+car.viewForDownload.jvmVersions               = JVM Versions
+car.viewForDownload.license                   = License
+car.viewForDownload.moduleId                  = Module ID
+car.viewForDownload.obsoletes                 = Obsoletes
+car.viewForDownload.prerequisites             = Prerequisites
+car.viewForDownload.website                   = Web Site
+
+configmanager.common.archive                     = Archive
+configmanager.common.plan                        = Plan
+configmanager.common.startAppAfterInstall        = Start app after install
+configmanager.deploy.migratedPlan                = Migrated plan
+configmanager.deploy.migratedPlanSummary         = The deployment plan you provided appears to be for a previous version of the application server.A migrated version of your plan is provided below for your convenience.  Not all deployment plans can be fully migrated so some manual editing may be required before the migrated plan can be deployed.
+configmanager.deploy.originalPlan                = Original plan
+configmanager.deploy.redeployApplication         = Redeploy application
+configmanager.deploy.saveLocally                 = Save this plan locally
+configmanager.deploy.showMigratedPlan            = Show Migrated plan
+configmanager.deploy.showOriginalPlan            = Show original plan
+configmanager.deployHelp.archiveExp              = Browse to select the war file in the Archive box.
+configmanager.deployHelp.installApplication      = Install the application in the Geronimo server.
+configmanager.deployHelp.planExp                 = If the deployment plan is separate from the war file, then browse to select it.
+configmanager.deployHelp.startAppAfterInstallExp = Check this to automatically start the application when it is installed. Otherwise, the user can start the application by clicking on the associated &quot;Start&quot; toggle in the&quot;Installed Applications&quot; window. By default this checkbox is checked and newly installed applications will automatically be started.
+configmanager.deployHelp.title                   = This portlet allows the user to deploy new applications on Geronimo. Web applications require deployment plans, which are either packaged with the war file or kept in a separate file which is typically called geronimo-web.xml.
+configmanager.help.stopStart                     = Stop/Start
+configmanager.help.stopStartExp                  = The stop/start toggle can be clicked to stop or start an application. If the toggle says &quot;Stop&quot; the application is running so clicking on the Stop toggle will stop the application and vice versa.
+configmanager.help.title                         = This page lists the applications that have been installed in the server and whether they are running or stopped. There are four columns; two provide information and the other two allow user action. The first column indicates the state of the application, either &quot;stopped&quot; or &quot;running.&quot; The fourth column shows the configID of the application. The two remaining columns are:
+configmanager.help.uninstallExp                  = The uninstall link will undeploy/remove the application from Geronimo.
+configmanager.normal.childComponents             = Child Components
+configmanager.normal.componentName               = Component Name
+configmanager.normal.parentComponents            = Parent Components
+
+consolebase.common.JVMVersions     = JVM Versions
+consolebase.common.actions         = Actions
+consolebase.common.alias           = Alias
+consolebase.common.cancel          = Cancel
+consolebase.common.commands        = Commands
+consolebase.common.confirmPassword = Confirm Password
+consolebase.common.date            = Date
+consolebase.common.delete          = Delete
+consolebase.common.department      = Department
+consolebase.common.deployedAs      = Deployed As
+consolebase.common.description     = Description
+consolebase.common.done            = Done
+consolebase.common.edit            = Edit
+consolebase.common.email           = Email
+consolebase.common.enable          = enable
+consolebase.common.familyName      = Family Name
+consolebase.common.file            = File
+consolebase.common.filterCriteria  = Filter Criteria
+consolebase.common.finish          = Finish
+consolebase.common.givenName       = Given Name
+consolebase.common.group           = Group
+consolebase.common.groupName       = Group Name
+consolebase.common.install         = Install
+consolebase.common.monitor         = Monitor
+consolebase.common.name            = Name
+consolebase.common.next            = Next
+consolebase.common.password        = Password
+consolebase.common.refresh         = Refresh
+consolebase.common.reset           = Resets
+consolebase.common.restart         = Restart
+consolebase.common.return          = Return
+consolebase.common.save            = Save
+consolebase.common.size            = Size
+consolebase.common.start           = Start
+consolebase.common.state           = State
+consolebase.common.stop            = Stop
+consolebase.common.type            = Type
+consolebase.common.uninstall       = Uninstall
+consolebase.common.update          = Update
+consolebase.common.usage           = usage
+consolebase.common.user            = User
+consolebase.common.userID          = UserID
+consolebase.common.userName        = Username
+consolebase.common.users           = Users
+consolebase.common.version         = Version
+
+infomanager.javaSysHelp.body                   = This page displays the values of the system properties available to the server process.
+infomanager.svrInfoHelp.body                   = This page provides information about the uptime of the server and the resources being used by the JVM.
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.architecture         = Architecture
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.availableProcessors  = Available Processors
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.bootTime             = Boot Time
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.build                = Build
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.cookiesMustBenabled  = Error: Cookies must be enabled
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.currentMemoryUsed    = Current Memory Used
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.java                 = Java
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.javaVendor           = Vendor
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.javaVersion          = Java Version
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.jvm                  = JVM
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.locale               = Locale
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.mostMemoryUsed       = Most Memory Used
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.node                 = Node
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.notAvailable         = Not Yet Available
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.operatingSystem      = Operating System
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.patchLevel           = Patch Level
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.server               = Server
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.totalMemoryAllocated = Total Memory Allocated
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.upTime               = Up Time
+infomanager.svrInfoNormal.vendorInfo           = Vendor Information
+
+keystore.certificateDetails.backToKeystore     = Back to keystore
+keystore.certificateDetails.certificateInfo    = Certificate Info
+keystore.certificateDetails.criticalExt        = critical ext
+keystore.certificateDetails.deleteEntry        = Delete Entry
+keystore.certificateDetails.generateCSR        = Generate CSR
+keystore.certificateDetails.importCAReply      = Import CA reply
+keystore.certificateDetails.nonCriticalExt     = non-critical ext
+keystore.certificateDetails.publicKeyAlg       = Public Key Alg
+keystore.certificateDetails.reallyDelete       = Are you sure you want to delete {0}?
+keystore.certificateDetails.signatureAlg       = Signature Alg
+keystore.certificateDetails.validFrom          = Valid From
+keystore.certificateDetails.validTo            = Valid To
+keystore.changePassword.changePassword         = Change Password
+keystore.changePassword.changePwdForKeystore   = Change password for keystore
+keystore.changePassword.changePwdForPriKey     = Change password for private key
+keystore.changePassword.confirmPassword        = Confirm new password
+keystore.changePassword.newPassword            = New password
+keystore.changePassword.oldPassword            = Old password
+keystore.common.alias                          = Alias
+keystore.common.identity                       = Identity
+keystore.common.issuer                         = Issuer
+keystore.common.keyType                        = Key Type
+keystore.common.keystore                       = Keystore
+keystore.common.serialNumber                   = Serial Number
+keystore.common.subject                        = Subject
+keystore.common.trustedCertificate             = Trusted Certificate
+keystore.common.unlockPrivateKey               = Unlock Private Key
+keystore.common.validity                       = Validity
+keystore.common.version                        = Version
+keystore.configureKey.algorithm                = Algorithm
+keystore.configureKey.aliasForKey              = Alias for new key
+keystore.configureKey.certificateIdentity      = Certificate Identity
+keystore.configureKey.city_Locality            = City/Locality
+keystore.configureKey.company_Org              = Company/Organization
+keystore.configureKey.country_Code             = Country Code
+keystore.configureKey.division_BusinessUnit    = Division/Business Unit
+keystore.configureKey.keySize                  = Key Size
+keystore.configureKey.passwordForKey           = Password for new key
+keystore.configureKey.reviewKeyData            = Review Key Data
+keystore.configureKey.serverHostname           = Server Hostname
+keystore.configureKey.state_Province           = State/Province
+keystore.configureKey.title                    = On this screen you can configure the settings to generate a new private key. The next screen will let you review this information before generating the private key and accompanying certificate. 
+keystore.configureKey.validFor                 = Valid for (# of days)
+keystore.confirmCertificate.certificateDetails = Certificate Details
+keystore.confirmCertificate.fingerprint        = Fingerprint
+keystore.confirmCertificate.importCertificate  = Import Certificate
+keystore.confirmCertificate.title              = Please confirm that this is the correct certificate to import:
+keystore.confirmKey.generateKey                = Generate Key
+keystore.confirmKey.title                      = Please confirm that this is the correct information for the key I'm about to generate:
+keystore.createKeystore.createKeystore         = Create Keystore
+keystore.createKeystore.keystoreFileName       = Keystore file name
+keystore.createKeystore.passwordForKeystore    = Password for new keystore
+keystore.generateCSR.PKCS10CertificatioRequest = PKCS10 Certification Request
+keystore.importCAReply.PKCS7CertificateReply   = PKCS7 Certificate Reply
+keystore.importCAReply.pasteHere               = \ ...paste pkcs7 encoded certificate reply here...
+keystore.index.available                       = Available
+keystore.index.contents                        = Contents
+keystore.index.continueLocking                 = This keystore is currently in use.  Locking it may prevent the server from starting.  Continue?
+keystore.index.editable                        = Editable
+keystore.index.explanation                     = Keystores start out as locked against editing and also not available for usage by other components in the server.  The <b>Editable</b> flag indicates whether the keystore has been unlocked for editing  (by entering the keystore password), which lasts for the current login session.   The <b>Available</b> flag indicates whether that password has been saved in order to make the keystore available to other components in the server.
+keystore.index.keystoreFile                    = Keystore File
+keystore.index.keystoreLocked                  = Keystore locked
+keystore.index.locked                          = Locked
+keystore.index.newKeystore                     = New Keystore
+keystore.index.noKeystores                     = There are no keystores defined
+keystore.index.title                           = This tool walks you through the process of configuring keystores to use with SSL connectors (for the web container, etc.).
+keystore.index.unlocked                        = Unlocked
+keystore.unlockKey.title                       = The keystore has been unlocked.  However, a private key within the keystore also needs to be unlocked in order for SSL to work properly.  Please specify the password for the private key within the keystore.
+keystore.unlockKey.unlockPrivateKey            = Unlock Private Key
+keystore.unlockKeystore.enterKeystorePassword  = Enter keystore password
+keystore.uploadCertificate.aliasForCertificate = Alias for certificate
+keystore.uploadCertificate.pasteHere           = ...paste trusted certificate text here...
+keystore.uploadCertificate.reviewCertificate   = Review Certificate
+keystore.uploadCertificate.title               = This screen lets you input a certificate to import into the keystore.  Paste the content of the certificate file in the text area and specify an alias to store it under in the keystore.  The next step will let you review the certificate before committing it to the keystore.
+keystore.viewKeystore.addtrustCertificate      = Add Trust Certificate
+keystore.viewKeystore.certificateFingerprint   = Certificate Fingerprint
+keystore.viewKeystore.changePassword           = Change keystore password
+keystore.viewKeystore.createprivateKey         = Create Private Key
+keystore.viewKeystore.privateKey               = Private Key
+keystore.viewKeystore.returnToKeystoreList     = Return to keystore list
+keystore.viewKeystore.title                    = This screen lists the contents of a keystore.
+
+logmanager.common.configFile                      = Config File
+logmanager.common.filterCriteria                  = Filter Criteria:
+logmanager.common.logLevel                        = Log Level<i>
+logmanager.common.refreshPeriod                   = Refresh Period
+logmanager.help.configFileExplanation             = Another configuration file can be used by entering a different path and file name in the Config file text box.
+logmanager.help.introduction                      = <p>This portlet allows the user to temporarily select a configuration file for logging and/or change the log level and Refresh period. The default &quot;Config file&quot; is a standard log4j file and defines the location where the Geronimo Server will log Geronimo output. The configuration file also defines the log level, the maximum log file size,  and other attributes associated with logging. <br> <br>   Gereonimo Console will display output from the Geronimo log file in the Server Log Viewer portlet in the next window pane.</p>
+logmanager.help.logLevelExplanation               = The user may select a level for logging from the drop-down menu.
+logmanager.help.refreshPeriodExplanation          = By default Geronimo checks every 60 seconds to see if the configuration file has changed. The user may modify the refresh period.
+logmanager.help.resetExplanation                  = Resets the &quot;Config File&quot;, &quot;Refresh Period&quot; and &quot;Log Level&quot; to their settings at the last &quot;Update.&quot; It does not reset to the Geronimo Server defaults.
+logmanager.help.updateExplanation                 = Make changes take effect until next server restart.
+logmanager.search.containingText                  = Containing text
+logmanager.search.fileterLog                      = Filter Log
+logmanager.search.go                              = Go 
+logmanager.search.level                           = Level
+logmanager.search.lines                           = Lines
+logmanager.search.maxResults                      = Max Results
+logmanager.search.messagesMatched                 = {0} total message(s) in log file. {1} matched your criteria
+logmanager.search.noLogs                          = No logs found with the specified criteria.
+logmanager.search.numberOfResultsCapped           = number of results capped
+logmanager.search.to                              = To
+logmanager.search.withExceptions                  = With Exceptions
+logmanager.viewhelp.filterResultsExplanationFrag1 = Allows the user to customize the filtering criteria. The user can display any line of the log file starting at the first line of the log file through the end. Note: A browser may limit how many lines can be displayed at once.
+logmanager.viewhelp.filterResultsExplanationFrag2 = The user may filter on the log level to display only log lines at that level.
+logmanager.viewhelp.filterResultsExplanationFrag3 = The user may also enter a string of text to search for.
+logmanager.viewhelp.introduction                  = This portlet displays the Geronimo server log and is helpful for debugging problems with the Geronimo Console and with deployed applications.
+logmanager.viewhelp.refreshExplanation            = Resets the filtering criteria to Geronimo Console's defaults and displays the latest 11 lines in the Geronimo log file.
+
+realmwizard._sql.JDBCDriverClassExp              = The fully-qualified JDBC driver class name.  This driver must be located in the JAR specified in the next field.
+realmwizard._sql.JDBCPasswordExp                 = The password used to connect to the database
+realmwizard._sql.JDBCUrlExp                      = The JDBC URL that specifies the details of the database to connect to.  This has a different form for each JDBC driver.
+realmwizard._sql.JDBCUsernameExp                 = The username used to connect to the database
+realmwizard._sql.databasePoolExp                 = A database pool that the login module will use to connect to the database.  If this is specified, none of the rest of the settings after this are necessary.
+realmwizard._sql.digestAlgorithmExp              = Message Digest algorithm (e.g. MD5, SHA1, etc.) used on the passwords.  Leave this field empty if no digest algorithm is used.
+realmwizard._sql.digestEncodingExp               = Encoding to use for digests (e.g. hex, base64).  This is used only if a Message Digest algorithm is specified.If no encoding is specified, hex will be used.
+realmwizard._sql.driverJARExp                    = The JAR holding the selected JDBC driver.  Should be installed under GERONIMO/repository/ to appear in this list.
+realmwizard._sql.eitherPoolOrJDBC                = A SQL security realm must either have a database pool or JDBC connectivity settings to  connect to the database.  Please select EITHER the database pool, OR the rest of the JDBC settings.
+realmwizard._sql.groupSelectSQLExp               = A SQL statement to load group information for a user.  It should return 2 columns, the first holding a username and the second holding a group name.  The statement may use the PreparedStatement syntax of ? for a parameter,  in which case the username will be set for every parameter.  A typical setting would be  <tt>SELECT username, group_name FROM user_groups WHERE username=?</tt> or  for a more normalized schema,   <tt>SELECT u.username, g.name FROM app_users u, groups g, user_groups ug WHERE ug.user_id=users.id AND ug.group_id=g.id AND u.username=?</tt>
+realmwizard._sql.selectDatabasePool              = A SQL security realm must either have a database pool or JDBC connectivity settings to  connect to the database.  Please select EITHER the database pool, OR the rest of the JDBC settings.
+realmwizard._sql.userSelectSQLExp                = A SQL statement to load user/password information.  It should return 2 columns, the first holding a username and the second holding a password.   The statement may use the PreparedStatement syntax of ? for a parameter,   in which case the username will be set for every parameter.    A typical setting would be <tt>SELECT username, password FROM app_users WHERE username=?</tt> 
+realmwizard.advanced.AuditEnabledExp             = If enabled, every login attempt will be recorded to the specified file.  The path should be relative to the Geronimo home directory (a typical value would be <tt>var/log/login-attempts.log</tt>).
+realmwizard.advanced.credentialName              = Credential Name
+realmwizard.advanced.credentialNameExp           = If enabled, the realm will store each username and password in a private credential in the Subject under a specified credential name.
+realmwizard.advanced.failuresWithin              = failures within
+realmwizard.advanced.failuresWithinSeconds       = seconds
+realmwizard.advanced.keepAccountLockedFor        = and keep the account locked for
+realmwizard.advanced.keepAccountLockedForSeconds = seconds
+realmwizard.advanced.lockUserAfter               = Lock a user after
+realmwizard.advanced.lockoutEnabledExp           = If enabled, a certain number of failed logins in a particular time frame will cause a user's account to be locked for a certain period of time.  This is a defense against brute force account cracking attacks.
+realmwizard.advanced.namedCredential             = Named Credential
+realmwizard.advanced.storePasswordEnabledExp     = If enabled, the realm will store each user's password in a private credential in the Subject. This will allow access to the password later after the login process has completed.  This is not normally required.
+realmwizard.advanced.title                       = <b>Create Security Realm</b> -- Step 3: Advanced Configuration
+realmwizard.common.JDBCDriverClass               = JDBC Driver Class
+realmwizard.common.JDBCPassword                  = JDBC Password
+realmwizard.common.JDBCUrl                       = JDBC URL
+realmwizard.common.JDBCUsername                  = JDBC Username
+realmwizard.common.addSecurityRealm              = Add new security realm
+realmwizard.common.addToEAR                      = Add to EAR
+realmwizard.common.configurationOptions          = Configuration Options
+realmwizard.common.controlFlag                   = Control Flag
+realmwizard.common.databasePool                  = Database Pool
+realmwizard.common.deploy                        = Deploy
+realmwizard.common.deployCommand                 = Deploy Command
+realmwizard.common.deployRealm                   = Deploy Realm
+realmwizard.common.deploymentPlan                = Deployment Plan
+realmwizard.common.digestAlgorithm               = Digest Algorithm
+realmwizard.common.digestEncoding                = Digest Encoding
+realmwizard.common.driverJAR                     = Driver JAR
+realmwizard.common.editRealm                     = Edit Realm
+realmwizard.common.editSettings                  = Edit Settings
+realmwizard.common.enableAuditing                = Enable Auditing
+realmwizard.common.enableLockout                 = Enable Lockout
+realmwizard.common.groupSelectSQL                = Group SELECT SQL
+realmwizard.common.logFile                       = Log File
+realmwizard.common.loginDomainName               = Login Domain Name
+realmwizard.common.loginModule                   = Login Module
+realmwizard.common.loginModuleClass              = Login Module Class
+realmwizard.common.nameOfSecurityRealm           = Name of Security Realm
+realmwizard.common.principals                    = Principals
+realmwizard.common.realmName                     = Realm Name
+realmwizard.common.realmType                     = Realm Type
+realmwizard.common.serverSide                    = Server-Side
+realmwizard.common.serverWide                    = Server-wide
+realmwizard.common.showPlan                      = Show Plan
+realmwizard.common.skipTestAndDeploy             = Skip Test and Deploy
+realmwizard.common.skipTestAndShowPlan           = Skip Test and Show Plan
+realmwizard.common.storePassword                 = Store Password
+realmwizard.common.supportAdvancedMapping        = Support Advanced Mapping
+realmwizard.common.testAgain                     = Test Again
+realmwizard.common.testLogin                     = Test a Login
+realmwizard.common.userSelectSQL                 = User SELECT SQL
+realmwizard.configure.title                      = <b>Create Security Realm</b> -- Step 2: Configure Login Module
+realmwizard.edit.configurationOptionsExp         = Any configuration options necessary for the login module, in the standard Java properties format (one per line, <tt>name=value</tt>)
+realmwizard.edit.controlFlagExp                  = The control flag for the login module, which controls what happens to the overall login processing if this login module succeeds or fails.  For more information see
+realmwizard.edit.ifLeaveBlank                    = If you don't need to use as many login modules as there are entries below,just leave the extra ones blank.
+realmwizard.edit.loginDomainExp                  = The login domain for this login module, which must be unique among all modules in the security realm. This can be used to distinguish principals from two otherwise identical login modules (for example, from two LDAP login modules pointing to two different LDAP servers)
+realmwizard.edit.loginModuleClassExp             = The fully-qualified class name for the login module.
+realmwizard.edit.loginModuleJAR                  = Login Module JAR
+realmwizard.edit.loginModuleJARExp               = The jar containing Login Module and Principal classes.
+realmwizard.edit.realmNameExp                    = A name that is different than the name for any other security realms in the server (no spaces in the name please). Other components will use this name to refer to the security realm.
+realmwizard.edit.serverSideExp                   = Server-side login modules are executed within the application server (this is normally correct).  Client-side login modules are executed in the client's environment, for example, in order to use single sign-on features of the client OS.
+realmwizard.edit.summary                         = <p>This page edits a new or existing security realm.</p><p>A security realm may have one or more login modules.  Many simple realms have only one login module.  Additional login modules may be used to access more underlying security information stores, or to add functionality such as auditing to a realm without affecting the authentication process for the realm.</p>
+realmwizard.edit.supportAdvancedMappingExp       = Normally Geronimo can't distinguish between two different principals that have the same name and same principal class but were produced by two different login modules.  If this option is enabled, Geronimo will "wrap" principals to track which login module and realm each principal came from. This lets you use the "realm-principal" and "login-domain-principal" elements in your security mapping in Geronimo deployment plans.
+realmwizard.list.noSecurityRealms                = There are no security realms defined
+realmwizard.list.seeExamples                     = For each realm listed, you can click the <b>usage</b> link to see examples of how to use the realm from your application.\r\n
+realmwizard.list.title                           = This page lists all the available security realms.  Server-wide security realms can be edited, while security realms deployed as part of a single application cannot (change the deployment plan in the application instead).
+realmwizard.selectType.nameOfSecurityRealmExp    = A name that is different than the name for any other security realms in the server (no spaces in the name please). Other components will use this name to refer to the security realm.
+realmwizard.selectType.realmTypeExp              = The type of login module used as the master for this security realm. Select "Other" for manual configuration options including custom login modules and realms that use multiple login modules to populate user principals.
+realmwizard.selectType.title                     = <b>Create Security Realm</b> -- Step 1: Select Name and Type
+realmwizard.showPlan.addToEARExp                 = Instead of deploying as a top-level security realm, you can deploy this realm as part of an EAR. To add a security realm to an EAR using this plan, create a <tt>META-INF/geronimo-application.xml</tt> file in your EAR that has the <tt>dependency</tt> elements (if any) and  <tt>gbean</tt> elements from the plan above.  It should look something like this:
+realmwizard.showPlan.deployCommandExp            = To deploy a security realm from the command line using this plan, copy and paste it to a file (say, <tt>security-realm.xml</tt>) and save it.  Then run a command like:
+realmwizard.showPlan.title                       = <b>Create Security Realm</b> -- Show Deployment Plan
+realmwizard.testLogin.passwordExp                = The password to use to log in to the realm.
+realmwizard.testLogin.summary                    = From here you can enter a username and password for the main login module in the realm, and see if the login is successful and which Principals are generated for the user. This is menat to be an indication of whether the settings for the main login module are correct.  It does not invoke advanced features such as auditing or lockout.
+realmwizard.testLogin.title                      = <b>Create Security Realm</b> -- Step 4: Test Login
+realmwizard.testLogin.usernameExp                = The username to use to log in to the realm.
+realmwizard.testResults.testResults              = Test Results
+realmwizard.testResults.title                    = <b>Create Security Realm</b> -- Step 5: Login Results
+realmwizard.usage.applicationCode                = Application Code
+realmwizard.usage.applicationCodeExp             = <p>No special application code is required to work with security roles.</p><p>If an application calls <tt>HttpServletRequest.getUserPrincipal()</tt>, Geronimo will return a principal where the principal class implements <tt>GeronimoCallerPrincipal</tt> -- normally a username (since <tt>GeronimoUserPrincipal</tt> implements <tt>GeronimoCallerPrincipal</tt>).  If you're using a custom login module and getting the wrong results for <tt>getUserPrincipal</tt>, try making your user principal class implement <tt>GeronimoCallerPrincipal</tt>.</p> <p>If an application calls <tt>HttpServletRequest.isUserInRole(role)</tt>, Geronimo will return true or false depending on whether any of the principals assigned to that user by the realm's login modules were listed in the role mapping above.</p>
+realmwizard.usage.geronimoWebXmlLater            = <p>This example indicated that {0} will be used to handle all logins to the web application.  Then it maps the <tt>admin</tt> role to a combination of one user (<tt>root</tt>) and one group (<tt>administrators</tt>), using a combination of the principal classes and principal names.  (Note that if {0} uses a custom login module, the principal classes may be different, but the ones listed above are used for users and groups by all the standard Geronimo login modules.)</p> <p>It's also possible to configure separate login modules to use separate login domain names,  and then use the login domain names in the role mapping (so a user "root" from login domain "Foo" is different from a user "root" from login domain "Bar"), but this is only important if you have multiple login modules assigning principals to the users.</p> <p> Finally, if the <tt>security</tt> section is declared in an EAR <tt>application.xml</tt> deployment descrip
 tor, there's no need to repeat it in any of the modules inside the EAR -- they'll all share the same role mapping information.</p>
+realmwizard.usage.geronimoWebXmlPreface          = <p>To configure the security realm and the members of each role, the web application needs to have a <tt>geronimo-web.xml</tt> deployment plan. That may be packaged in the WAR in the <tt>WEB-INF</tt> directory, or it may be provided separately on the command line to the deploy tool.</p> <p>The <tt>geronimo-web.xml</tt> plan should have a <tt>security-realm-name</tt> element indicating which realm will be used to authenticate logins to the web application. It also needs to have a <tt>security</tt> element listing the users or groups who should be members of each <tt>security-role</tt> listed in <tt>web.xml</tt>.</p>
+realmwizard.usage.title                          = This page talks about how to use the security realm {0} from a J2EE application. The example here is a web application, but other application modules would work similarly.
+realmwizard.usage.webXmlShouldHave               = <p>The <tt>web.xml</tt> should have</p><ul>  <li>One or more <tt>security-constraint</tt> blocks designating the protected pages or URLs</li>  <li>A <tt>login-config</tt> section configuring the login style for the application</li>  <li>One or more <tt>security-role</tt> blocks listing the security roles used by the application</li></ul>
+
+repository.help.addDependencyElement       = To use an artifact in an application, add a dependency element into it's deployment plan. For example, to use Castor XML add the following XML to the plan:
+repository.help.browseExplanation          = Browse to select the artifact to be added.
+repository.help.installExplanation         = Click on this button to install the artifact.
+repository.help.title                      = This page displays the artifacts installed in the server's repository. The layout of the repository is the same as that used by Apache Maven making it possible to easily copy files over. The Geronimo Console provides a method for adding artifacts:
+repository.normal.addArchiveToRepository   = Add Archive to Repository
+repository.normal.artifact                 = Artifact
+repository.normal.currentRepositoryEntries = Current Repository Entries
+repository.normal.title                    = Add Archive to Repository
+repository.normal.toViewUsage              = Click on an entry to view usage.
+repository.usage.content                   = To use <b>${0}</b> in an application or a module, add a dependency element under dependencies in environment element in it's deployment plan as shown below:
+repository.usage.title                     = Usage for {0}
+
+securityrealmmanager.common.groupNameExp                   = The name of the group.
+securityrealmmanager.derby.groups.addmaximized.addGroup    = ADD GROUP
+securityrealmmanager.derby.groups.addmaximized.noUsers     = No available users.
+securityrealmmanager.derby.groups.addmaximized.updateGroup = UPDATE GROUP
+securityrealmmanager.derby.groups.help.addNewGroupBtnExp   = Clicking this button will create the new group. If users had been put in the new group, clicking &quot;Add&quot; will create the new group with the selected users in it.
+securityrealmmanager.derby.groups.help.cancelUserBtnExp    = Will cancel the creation of the new group and return the previous page to the browser.
+securityrealmmanager.derby.groups.help.descriptionExp      = The description of the group.
+securityrealmmanager.derby.groups.help.title               = This portlet lists all the Application Realm groups and allows the user to add, modify and delete them. To add a new group click on the &quot;Create New Group&quot; link and fill in the fields on that page. To modify an existing group, click on the group link and change the field(s) on the page. To delete a group, click on the &quot;Delete&quot; link to the right of the group to be deleted. <br>  <br>   Clicking on the &quot;Create New Group&quot; link allows creation of a new group by filling in the fields and  clicking on the &quot;Add&quot; button.
+securityrealmmanager.derby.groups.help.usersExp            = The box on the left lists all the current user accounts. Selecting a user and then clicking the &quot;Add&gt;&gt;&quot; button will put the user in the group. Selecting a user in the list to the right and clicking on the &quot;&lt;&lt;Remove&quot; button will delete the user from the group.
+securityrealmmanager.derby.groups.maximized.createNewGroup = Create New Group
+securityrealmmanager.derby.users.addmaximized.addUser      = ADD USER
+securityrealmmanager.derby.users.addmaximized.updateUser   = UPDATE USER
+securityrealmmanager.derby.users.help.addUserBtnExp        = To add the new user click the &quot;Add&quot; button.
+securityrealmmanager.derby.users.help.cancelUserBtnExp     = To cancel an add this button must be clicked before the &quot;Add&quot; button.
+securityrealmmanager.derby.users.help.confirmPasswordExp   = Re-enter the new user's password.
+securityrealmmanager.derby.users.help.createUserBtnExp     = Click on this button to create the new user and return to the main &quot;Console Realm Users&quot; page. The new user will be listed there.
+securityrealmmanager.derby.users.help.departmentExp        = The user's department.
+securityrealmmanager.derby.users.help.emailExp             = The user's email address.
+securityrealmmanager.derby.users.help.familyNameExp        = The user's last name.
+securityrealmmanager.derby.users.help.givenNameExp         = The user's first name.
+securityrealmmanager.derby.users.help.passwordExp          = Password for the new user.
+securityrealmmanager.derby.users.help.title                = This page lists all the application realm users and allows you to add, modify and delete them. To add a new user click on the &quot;Create New User&quot; link and fill in the fields on that page. To modify a user's account, click on the username link for the user and change the field(s) on the page. To delete a user, click on the &quot;Delete&quot;  link to the right of the user to be deleted. <br>  <br>  Clicking on the &quot;Create New User&quot; link allows adding users by filling in the fields and clicking on the &quot;Add&quot; button. The fields are defined as follows:
+securityrealmmanager.derby.users.help.usernameExp          = The username for the user.
+securityrealmmanager.derby.users.maximized.createNewUser   = Create New User
+securityrealmmanager.se.groups.addmaximized.addGroup       = ADD GROUP
+securityrealmmanager.se.groups.help.addNewGroupBtnExp      = Clicking this button will create the new group. If users had been put in the new group, clicking &quot;Add&quot; will create the new group with the selected users in it.
+securityrealmmanager.se.groups.help.cancelNewGroupBtnExp   = Cancel the current operation.
+securityrealmmanager.se.groups.help.title                  = This portlet lists all the Console Realm groups and allows the user to add, modify and delete them. To add a new group click on the &quot;Create New Group&quot; link and fill in the fields on that page. To modify an existing group, click on the group link and change the field(s) on the page. To delete a group, click on the &quot;Delete&quot; link to the right of the group to be deleted. <br>  <br>Clicking on the &quot;Create New Group&quot; link allows the user to add a new   group. The fields are defined as follows:
+securityrealmmanager.se.groups.help.usersExp               = The box on the left lists all the current user accounts. Selecting a user and then clicking the &quot;Add&gt;&gt;&quot; button will put the user in the group. Selecting a user in the list to the right and clicking on the &quot;&lt;&lt;Remove&quot; button will delete the user from the group.
+securityrealmmanager.se.groups.maximized.createNewGroup    = Create New Group
+securityrealmmanager.se.groups.maximized.createNewUser     = Create New User
+securityrealmmanager.se.groups.maximized.noUsers           = No available users.
+securityrealmmanager.se.groups.maximized.updateGroup       = UPDATE GROUP
+securityrealmmanager.se.users.addmaximized.addGroup        = ADD GROUP
+securityrealmmanager.se.users.addmaximized.addUser         = ADD USER
+securityrealmmanager.se.users.addmaximized.updateUser      = UPDATE USER
+securityrealmmanager.se.users.help.cancelUserBtnExp        = Cancel the current operation.
+securityrealmmanager.se.users.help.confirmPasswordExp      = Re-enter the new user's password.
+securityrealmmanager.se.users.help.createUserBtnExp        = Click on this button to create the new user and return to the main &quot;Console Realm Users&quot; page. The new user will be listed there.
+securityrealmmanager.se.users.help.passwordExp             = Password for the new user.
+securityrealmmanager.se.users.help.title                   = This portlet lists all the console realm users and allows the user to add, modify and delete them. To add a new user click on the &quot;Create New User&quot; link and fill in the fields on that page. To modify a user's account, click on the username link for the user and change the field(s) on the page. To delete a user, click on the &quot;Delete&quot; link to the right of the user to be deleted.<br> <br> Clicking on the Create New User link brings up a page that allows adding users by filling in the fields  and clicking on the&quot;Add&quot; button. The fields are defined as follows:
+securityrealmmanager.se.users.help.usernameExp             = The username for the user.
+securityrealmmanager.se.users.maximized.createNewUser      = Create New User
+
+servermanager.help.shutdownHelpBody   = <p>This portlet give the admin the ability to remotely shutdown the Geronimo server.</p><p>A shutdown will shutdown the server and cause the JVM to exit.To continue using the Geronimo Console after a shutdown, Geronimo must be restarted.</p>
+servermanager.normal.areYouSure       = Are you sure you want to shutdown the server (last chance)?
+servermanager.normal.proceedOnlyIf    = Proceed only if you are certain you want to terminate the server.
+servermanager.normal.shutdown         = Shutdown
+servermanager.normal.warning          = WARNING: A shutdown of the server will disable this Web Console!
+servermanager.shutdown.shutdownIssued = Server shutdown has been issued.
+
+threads.list.title                        = This page lists the thread pools defined in the Geronimo server.  <i>Note: Currently not all threads used by Geronimo come from one of these thread pools.  We're working on migrating the different components of Geronimo toward these thread pools.</i>
+threads.monitor.currentConsumersOfThreads = Current consumers of threads in this pool
+threads.monitor.description               = Description
+threads.monitor.highestRecorded           = Highest Recorded
+threads.monitor.lowestRecorded            = Lowest Recorded
+threads.monitor.ofThreads                 = # of Threads
+threads.monitor.poolMax                   = Pool Max
+threads.monitor.threadsInUse              = Threads in Use
+threads.monitor.title                     = Thread pools statistics for {0}:
+
+webaccesslogmanager.common.authenticatedUser  = Authenticated User
+webaccesslogmanager.common.from               = From (MM/DD/YYYY)
+webaccesslogmanager.common.ignoreDates        = Ignore Dates
+webaccesslogmanager.common.remoteAddress      = Remote Address
+webaccesslogmanager.common.request            = Request
+webaccesslogmanager.common.requestMethod      = Request Method
+webaccesslogmanager.common.requestedURI       = Requested URI
+webaccesslogmanager.common.to                 = To (MM/DD/YYYY)
+webaccesslogmanager.help.authenticatedUserExp = A username, such as &quot;system.&quot;
+webaccesslogmanager.help.fromTo               = From/To
+webaccesslogmanager.help.fromToExp            = Display log output from the dates specified.\r\n
+webaccesslogmanager.help.ignoreDatesExp       = If this checkbox is checked, filtering will not be done using the date. All log lines that match the other filtering criteria will be displayed regardless of the date.\r\n
+webaccesslogmanager.help.refreshExp           = Retrieves the latest lines from the log file while retaining the user's filtering criteria.\r\n
+webaccesslogmanager.help.remoteAddressExp     = A specific remote host can be entered in this field using it's IP address, e.g., 192.168.1.1.\r\n
+webaccesslogmanager.help.requestMethodExp     = This drop-down box allows the user to filter on &quot;ANY&quot;, &quot;POST&quot; and &quot;GET&quot; methods.\r\n
+webaccesslogmanager.help.requestedURIExp      = Filtering can be done on the Requested URI field by entering a URI, such as, http://localhost:8080/cviewer/jsp/viewclass.jsp\r\n
+webaccesslogmanager.help.title                = This portlet displays and filters the Jetty log file. The Jetty log file contains HTTP accesses and messages from JSP and servlet applications that are running on Geronimo. By default this portlet displays the contents of the log file for the current date. The user can apply filtering criteria to view only data of interest.The user may enter information into any/all/none of the fields, which are defined next.
+webaccesslogmanager.view.container            = Container
+webaccesslogmanager.view.filterResults        = Filter results
+webaccesslogmanager.view.foundMatches         = Found {0} matches in logfile ({1} lines searched).
+webaccesslogmanager.view.go                   = Go
+webaccesslogmanager.view.identity             = Identity
+webaccesslogmanager.view.ignoreDates          = Ignore Dates
+webaccesslogmanager.view.maxResults           = Max Results
+webaccesslogmanager.view.noLogEntries         = No log entries found.
+webaccesslogmanager.view.request              = Request
+webaccesslogmanager.view.resultSize           = Result Size
+webaccesslogmanager.view.searchResult         = Found {0} matches in logfile ({1} lines searched).
+webaccesslogmanager.view.searchWebContainer   = Search Web Container
+webaccesslogmanager.view.searchWebLog         = Search Web Log
+webaccesslogmanager.view.startResult          = Start Result
+
+webmanager.common.HTTPSAlgorithm                     = HTTPS Algorithm
+webmanager.common.HTTPSProtocol                      = HTTPS Protocol
+webmanager.common.SSLSettings                        = SSL Settings
+webmanager.common.acceptCount                        = AcceptCount
+webmanager.common.acceptCountExp                     = The maximum queue length for incoming connection requests when all possible request processing threads are in use. Any requests received when the queue is full will be refused. The default value is 10.
+webmanager.common.all                                = all
+webmanager.common.allowTrace                         = AllowTrace
+webmanager.common.bufferSize                         = BufferSize
+webmanager.common.bufferSizeExp                      = The size (in bytes) of the buffer to be provided for input streams created by this connector. By default, buffers of 2048 bytes will be provided.
+webmanager.common.ciphers                            = Ciphers
+webmanager.common.ciphersExp                         = A comma seperated list of the encryption ciphers that may be used.If not specified, then any available cipher may be used.
+webmanager.common.clientAuthRequired                 = Client Auth Required
+webmanager.common.compressableMimeType               = CompressableMimeType
+webmanager.common.compressableMimeTypeExp            = The value is a comma separated list of MIME types for which HTTP compression may be used. The default value is text/html,text/xml,text/plain.
+webmanager.common.compression                        = Compression
+webmanager.common.compressionExp                     = The Connector may use HTTP/1.1 GZIP compression in an attempt to save server bandwidth. The acceptable values for the parameter is "off" (disable compression), "on" (allow compression, which causes text data to be compressed), "force" (forces compression in all cases), or a numerical integer value (which is equivalent to "on", but specifies the minimum amount of data before the output is compressed). If the content-length is not known and compression is set to "on" or more aggressive, the output will also be compressed. If not specified, this attribute is set to "off".
+webmanager.common.confirmPassword                    = Confirm Password
+webmanager.common.connectionLinger                   = ConnectionLinger
+webmanager.common.connectionLingerExp                = The number of milliseconds during which the sockets used by this Connector will linger when they are closed. The default value is -1 (socket linger is disabled).
+webmanager.common.connectionTimeout                  = ConnectionTimeout
+webmanager.common.connectionTimeoutExp               = The number of milliseconds this Connector will wait, after accepting a connection, for the request URI line to be presented. The default value is 60000 (i.e. 60 seconds).
+webmanager.common.disableUploadTimeout               = DisableUploadTimeout
+webmanager.common.disableUploadTimeoutExp            = This flag allows the servlet container to use a different, longer connection timeout while a servlet is being executed, which in the end allows either the servlet a longer amount of time to complete its execution, or a longer timeout during data upload. If not specified, this attribute is set to "true".
+webmanager.common.emptySessionPath                   = EmptySessionPath
+webmanager.common.emptySessionPathExp                = If checked, all paths for session cookies will be set to /.\r\n
+webmanager.common.enableLookups                      = EnableLookups
+webmanager.common.enableLookupsExp                   = Check if you want calls to request.getRemoteHost() to perform DNS lookups in order to return the actual host name of the remote client.  By default, DNS lookups are enabled.\r\n
+webmanager.common.fields                             = fields
+webmanager.common.host                               = Host
+webmanager.common.hostExp                            = The host name or IP to bind to. The normal values are <tt>0.0.0.0</tt> (all interfaces) or <tt>localhost</tt> (local connections only)\r\n
+webmanager.common.keepAliveTimeout                   = KeepAliveTimeout
+webmanager.common.keepAliveTimeoutExp                = The number of milliseconds this Connector will wait, subsequent request before closing the connection. The default value is to use the value that has been set for the connectionTimeout.
+webmanager.common.keyStore                           = Key Store
+webmanager.common.keystoreFile                       = Keystore File
+webmanager.common.keystorePassword                   = Keystore Password\r\n
+webmanager.common.keystoreType                       = Keystore Type
+webmanager.common.list                               = list
+webmanager.common.listConnectors                     = List connectors
+webmanager.common.maxHttpHeaderSize                  = MaxHttpHeaderSize
+webmanager.common.maxHttpHeaderSizeExp               = The maximum size of the request and response HTTP header, specified in bytes. If not specified, this attribute is set to 4096 (4 KB).
+webmanager.common.maxKeepAliveRequests               = MaxKeepAliveRequests
+webmanager.common.maxKeepAliveRequestsExp            = The maximum number of HTTP requests which can be pipelined until the connection is closed by the server. Setting this attribute to 1 will disable HTTP/1.0 keep-alive, as well as HTTP/1.1 keep-alive and pipelining. Setting this to -1 will allow an unlimited amount of pipelined or keep-alive HTTP requests. If not specified, this attribute is set to 100.
+webmanager.common.maxPostSize                        = MaxPostSize
+webmanager.common.maxPostSizeExp                     = The maximum size in bytes of the POST which will be handled by the container FORM URL parameter parsing. The limit can be disabled by setting this attribute to a value less than or equal to 0. Default value is 2097152 (2 megabytes)
+webmanager.common.maxSavePostSize                    = MaxSavePostSize
+webmanager.common.maxSavePostSizeExp                 = The maximum size in bytes of the POST which will be saved/buffered by the container during FORM or CLIENT-CERT authentication. The limit can be disabled by setting this attribute to -1. Setting the attribute to zero will disable the saving of POST data during authentication . Default value is 4096 (4 kilobytes).
+webmanager.common.maxSpareThreads                    = MaxSpareThreads
+webmanager.common.maxSpareThreadsExp                 = The maximum number of unused request processing threads that will be allowed to exist until the thread pool starts stopping the unnecessary threads. The default value is 50.
+webmanager.common.maxThreads                         = Max Threads
+webmanager.common.maxThreadsExp                      = The maximum number of threads this connector should use to handle incoming requests\r\n
+webmanager.common.minSpareThreads                    = MinSpareThreads
+webmanager.common.minSpareThreadsExp                 = The number of request processing threads that will be created when this Connector is first started. The connector will also make sure it has the specified number of idle processing threads available. This attribute should be set to a value smaller than that set for maxThreads. The default value is 4.
+webmanager.common.minThreads                         = Min Threads
+webmanager.common.minThreadsExp                      = The minimum number of threads this connector should use to handle incoming requests
+webmanager.common.noCompressionUserAgents            = NoCompressionUserAgents
+webmanager.common.noCompressionUserAgentsExp         = The value is a comma separated list of regular expressions matching user-agents of HTTP clients for which compression should not be used, because these clients, although they do advertise support for the feature, have a broken implementation. The default value is an empty String (regexp matching disabled).
+webmanager.common.portExp                            = The network port to bind to.
+webmanager.common.proxyName                          = ProxyName
+webmanager.common.proxyNameExp                       = If this Connector is being used in a proxy configuration, configure this attribute to specify the server name to be returned for calls to request.getServerName().
+webmanager.common.proxyPort                          = ProxyPort
+webmanager.common.proxyPortExp                       = If this Connector is being used in a proxy configuration, configure this attribute to specify the server port to be returned for calls to request.getServerPort().
+webmanager.common.redirectPort                       = RedirectPort
+webmanager.common.redirectPortExp                    = If this Connector is supporting non-SSL requests, and a request is received for which a matching <security-constraint> requires SSL transport, Catalina will automatically redirect the request to the port number specified here.
+webmanager.common.restrictedUserAgents               = RestrictedUserAgents
+webmanager.common.restrictedUserAgentsExp            = The value is a comma separated list of regular expressions matching user-agents of HTTP clients for which HTTP/1.1 or HTTP/1.0 keep alive should not be used, even if the clients advertise support for these features. The default value is an empty String (regexp matching disabled).
+webmanager.common.server                             = Server
+webmanager.common.serverExp                          = The Server header for the http response. Unless your paranoid, you won't need this feature. (No offense.  The description is taken from Tomcat documentation.)
+webmanager.common.show                               = Show
+webmanager.common.showAllFieldsExp                   = Check this box to view and configure all attributes.  Uncheck to hide. Note: Hiding will not remove the field values.\r\n\r\n
+webmanager.common.socketBuffer                       = SocketBuffer
+webmanager.common.socketBufferExp                    = The size (in bytes) of the buffer to be provided for socket output buffering. -1 can be specified to disable the use of a buffer. By default, a buffers of 9000 bytes will be used.
+webmanager.common.strategy                           = Strategy
+webmanager.common.strategyExp                        = The thread pooling strategy which will be used. The default strategy does not use a master thread, but a more conventional strategy using a master listener thread can be used by setting "ms" as this attribute's value. The master strategy will work significantly better using the threadPriority attribute, which will apply only to the thread which listens on the server socket. This is set to lf by default.
+webmanager.common.string                             = String
+webmanager.common.tcpNoDelay                         = TcpNoDelay
+webmanager.common.tcpNoDelayExp                      = If checked, the TCP_NO_DELAY option will be set on the server socket, which improves performance under most circumstances.
+webmanager.common.threadPriority                     = ThreadPriority
+webmanager.common.threadPriorityExp                  = The priority of the request processing threads within the JVM. The default value is java.lang.Thread#NORM_PRIORITY. See the JavaDoc for the java.lang.Thread class for more details on what this priority means.
+webmanager.common.traceExp                           = Check to enable the TRACE HTTP method.\r\n
+webmanager.common.trustStore                         = Trust Store
+webmanager.common.truststoreFile                     = Truststore File
+webmanager.common.truststorePassword                 = Truststore Password
+webmanager.common.truststoreType                     = Truststore Type
+webmanager.common.uniqueName                         = Unique Name
+webmanager.common.uniqueNameExp                      = A name that is different than the name for any other web connectors in the server (no spaces in the name please)
+webmanager.common.uriEncoding                        = URIEncoding
+webmanager.common.uriEncodingExp                     = This specifies the character encoding used to decode the URI bytes, after %xx decoding the URL. Default is ISO-8859-1.
+webmanager.common.useBodyEncodingForURI              = UseBodyEncodingForURI
+webmanager.common.useBodyEncodingForURIExp           = Check this if the encoding specified in contentType should be used for URI query parameters, instead of using the URIEncoding.
+webmanager.common.useIPVHosts                        = UseIPVHosts
+webmanager.common.useIPVHostsExp                     = Check this to cause Tomcat to use the IP address that the request was recieved on to determine the Host to send the request to.
+webmanager.common.xPoweredBy                         = XpoweredBy
+webmanager.common.xPoweredByExp                      = Check this to cause Tomcat to advertise support for the Servlet specification using the header recommended in the specification.
+webmanager.connector.editConnector.addNew            = Add a new {0}
+webmanager.connector.editConnector.editConnector     = Edit connector {0}
+webmanager.connector.editConnector.requiredAttribute = denotes a required attribute
+webmanager.connector.editHTTP.addNewListener         = Add new {0} listener for {1}
+webmanager.connector.help.content                    = The Connector Manager displays connections of all types and provide the capability to modify connections for this web server. \r\n
+webmanager.connector.normal.addNew                   = Add new
+webmanager.connector.normal.addNewListener           = =Add new {0} listener for {1}
+webmanager.connector.normal.connectorsFor            = =Connectors for {0}
+webmanager.connector.normal.consoleNavailable        = Console application will not be available if {0} is stopped.  Stop {1} ?
+webmanager.connector.normal.noConnectorsDefined      = =There are no connectors defined for {0}
+webmanager.connector.normal.noWebContainers          = =There are no Web Containers defined
+webmanager.connector.normal.reallyDelete             = =Are you sure you want to delete {0} ?
+webmanager.help.disable                              = =disable
+webmanager.help.disableExplanation                   = =Turn off statistics gathering and return the user to the main page.

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