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From dwo...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r733885 [3/4] - in /geronimo/server/trunk/plugins: activemq/activemq-portlets/src/main/resources/ console/console-base-portlets/src/main/resources/ console/console-portal-driver/src/main/resources/ console/console-portal-driver/src/main/web...
Date Mon, 12 Jan 2009 20:06:13 GMT
Added: geronimo/server/trunk/plugins/console/plugin-portlets/src/main/resources/pluginportlets_en.properties
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/geronimo/server/trunk/plugins/console/plugin-portlets/src/main/resources/pluginportlets_en.properties?rev=733885&view=auto
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--- geronimo/server/trunk/plugins/console/plugin-portlets/src/main/resources/pluginportlets_en.properties (added)
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+#=====================================================================
+#  Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more
+#  contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file distributed with
+#  this work for additional information regarding copyright ownership.
+#  The ASF licenses this file to You under the Apache License, Version 2.0
+#  (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with
+#  the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
+#
+#     http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
+#
+#  Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
+#  distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
+#  WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
+#  See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
+#  limitations under the License.
+#=====================================================================
+
+ajax.progressbar.processing = Processing...
+
+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/plugin/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.assemblyConfirm.description               = Description
+car.assemblyConfirm.moduleId                  = Module ID
+car.assemblyConfirm.plugin                    = Plugin
+car.assemblyConfirm.successful                = Server Assembly Successful
+car.common.addRepository                      = Add Repository
+car.common.assemble                           = Assemble
+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                 = Current file being operated on...
+car.help.return                               = To return to the main Plugin panel select the "view" link from the header of this portlet.
+car.index.assembleServer                      = Assemble a server
+car.index.assembleServerLong                  = Assemble a server from plugins in this one
+car.index.assemblyHelp.AppCentric.desp        = Choose the application plugins that suit your need and let your application plugins define the contents of your server.  Your server should be able to run your applications but may not be able to deploy anything.
+car.index.assemblyHelp.AppCentric.title       = Application Centric
+car.index.assemblyHelp.ExpertUser.desp        = Choose the application plugins and system plugins by configIds to construct your server.  Please only choose this mode when you are an expert user of Apache Geronimo, because you could end up with a server that is not able to start or deploy anything.
+car.index.assemblyHelp.ExpertUser.title       = Expert Users
+car.index.assemblyHelp.FuncCentric.desp       = Choose the functionalities that suit your needs, along with any deployed application plugins.
+car.index.assemblyHelp.FuncCentric.title      = Function Centric
+car.index.assemblyHelp.desp                   = Assemble a server from geronimo plugins in the current server.   Please choose from one of the following 3 modes:
+car.index.assemblyHelp.note                   = <p>Note this portlet only works with geronimo plugins.  If your application is not a geronimo plugin, you have the following options:</p><p>- Use the "Create Plugin" portlet from console to convert your application into a geronimo plugin<br/>- Use car-maven-plugin to convert your application into a geronimo plugin<br/>- Deploy your application after your server is assembled<br/></p>
+car.index.assemblyMode                        = Custom Assembly Mode: 
+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.createPluginHelp.desp               = <p>Choose a configuration in the current Geronimo server to export as Geronimo plugin.   Fill out the plugin metadata information and save the plugin as a car file to your local file system.  The console will generate the <tt>geronimo-plugin.xml</tt> file that stores the plugin metadata information for your project and package it into a car file.   You can configure many plugin metadata via admin console, however, you will not be able to configure some of the advanced configuration, for example the <tt>config-xml-ceontent</tt> or <tt>config-substitution properties</tt>.</p><p>If you like to generate a geronimo plugin from command line, you can use the car-maven-plugin to generate a <tt>geronimo-plugin.xml</tt> file for your project, package your project as a car file, and add your project onto the geronimo plugin catalog (<tt>geronimo-plugins.xml</tt> file) automatically.</p>
+car.index.createPluginHelp.title              = Create geronimo plugins
+car.index.installPluginHelp.desp              = <p>Install geronimo plugins from a local or remote repository into the current Geronimo server.</p> <p>Click on the "Update Repository List" link to update the repository list to the latest recommended by the server.</p> <p>If you don't see your desired repository, click on the "Add Repository" link to add additional repository of your choice.  The repository must have a <tt>geronimo-plugins.xml</tt> file in the root directory listing the available plugins in the repository. </p>
+car.index.installPluginHelp.title             = Install geronimo plugins
+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                             = <h2>Install Geronimo Plugins</h2> <p>This portlet lets you install Geronimo plugins. This can be used to install new features into a Geronimo server at runtime.</p> <p>Choose a local or 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/plugin/maven-repo/</tt>  and the enter the administrator username and password in the optional authentication fields.</p>
+car.index.updateRepositoryList                = Update Repository List
+car.index.validateConfig                      = Please select a configuration to export.
+car.list.PluginGroup                          = Plugin Groups in local server: 
+car.list.applicationPlugin                    = Application plugins in local server:
+car.list.assemblyArtifactId                   = Assembly artifactId:
+car.list.assemblyFormat                       = Assembly format:
+car.list.assemblyGroupId                      = Assembly groupId:
+car.list.assemblyPath                         = Assembly target path:
+car.list.assemblyVersion                      = Assembly version:
+car.list.expertUser                           = Expert User (view all system plugins)
+car.list.filterByCategoryAndName              = Filter by category and name: 
+car.list.nameServer                           = Name the server to be assembled: 
+car.list.noPlugins                            = No plugins are listed at this repository.
+car.list.pluginRepo                           = Plugins listed at
+car.list.requiredPlugin                       = Required plugin in local server:
+car.list.selectPlugin                         = Select from plugins in current server:
+car.list.systemPlugin                         = System plugins in local server:
+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 prefix per line, like "1.4.2&nbsp;&nbsp;1.5&nbsp;&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;&nbsp;1.1.1&nbsp;&nbsp;1.1.2&nbsp;&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 accommodate 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.titles                            = The following plugin(s) have been installed
+car.viewForDownload.author                    = Author
+car.viewForDownload.category                  = Category
+car.viewForDownload.dependencies              = Dependencies
+car.viewForDownload.description               = Description
+car.viewForDownload.geronimoVersions          = Geronimo-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.showDetail                  = Show full details
+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.
+
+consolebase.common.JVMVersions     = JVM Versions
+consolebase.common.actions         = Actions
+consolebase.common.cancel          = Cancel
+consolebase.common.commands        = Commands
+consolebase.common.confirmPassword = Confirm Password
+consolebase.common.delete          = Delete
+consolebase.common.deployedAs      = Deployed As
+consolebase.common.description     = Description
+consolebase.common.done            = Done
+consolebase.common.edit            = Edit
+consolebase.common.install         = Install
+consolebase.common.name            = Name
+consolebase.common.next            = Next
+consolebase.common.password        = Password
+consolebase.common.restart         = Restart
+consolebase.common.return          = Return
+consolebase.common.returnToList    = Return to List
+consolebase.common.save            = Save
+consolebase.common.start           = Start
+consolebase.common.state           = State
+consolebase.common.stop            = Stop
+consolebase.common.uninstall       = Uninstall
+consolebase.common.usage           = usage
+consolebase.common.user            = User
+consolebase.common.userName        = Username
+
+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.comfirmPwd                    = Confirm password
+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 meant 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>

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+#=====================================================================
+#  Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more
+#  contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file distributed with
+#  this work for additional information regarding copyright ownership.
+#  The ASF licenses this file to You under the Apache License, Version 2.0
+#  (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with
+#  the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
+#
+#     http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
+#
+#  Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
+#  distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
+#  WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
+#  See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
+#  limitations under the License.
+#=====================================================================
+
+classloaderview.help.content            = This view can be used to all the classloader involved in server and the classes it loads.
+classloaderview.help.title              = This is the help for the Geronimo Administration Classloader VIEW page.
+classloaderview.view.invertTree         = Invert Tree
+classloaderview.view.searchOnlySelected = Search only selected
+classloaderview.view.searchText         = Search Text
+
+debugviews.common.find     = Find
+debugviews.common.findNext = Find Next
+
+dependencyview.help.summary            = This view can be used to all the modules and its dependencies.
+dependencyview.help.title              = This is the help for the Geronimo Administration Dependency VIEW page.
+dependencyview.view.searchOnlySelected = Search only selected
+dependencyview.view.searchText         = Search Text
+
+jmxmanager.help.JMXTree           = JMX Tree
+jmxmanager.help.JMXTreeExp1       = <li>You can use this tree to view the different types of MBeans</li> <li>Each MBean will be represented as a tree node that shows its object name representation</li><li>'All MBeans' will give you a list of MBeans grouped by its domain</li> <li>'J2EE MBeans' will give you a list of MBeans grouped by JSR 77 MBean types:</li>
+jmxmanager.help.abstractName      = Abstract Name
+jmxmanager.help.attributes        = Attributes
+jmxmanager.help.attributesTab     = Attributes Tab
+jmxmanager.help.attributesTabExp  = <ul><li>Lists the MBean attributes</li> <li>Column headers can be clicked to sort by column</li><li>Each table row can be mark by clicking it for easier viewing</li><li>It's possible to set an attribute's value by clicking the Setter button. Results will be displayed.</li> <li><b>Note:</b> Be careful when setting an MBean's attribute value because it might affect how the server runs.</li></ul>
+jmxmanager.help.className         = Class Name
+jmxmanager.help.domain            = Domain
+jmxmanager.help.geronimoMBeansExp = 'Geronimo MBeans' will give you a list of MBeans grouped by Geronimo specific MBean types
+jmxmanager.help.getter            = Getter
+jmxmanager.help.info              = Info
+jmxmanager.help.infoTab           = Info Tab
+jmxmanager.help.infoTabExp        = Lists the MBean basic information
+jmxmanager.help.j2eeType          = J2EE Type
+jmxmanager.help.manageable        = Manageable
+jmxmanager.help.name              = Name
+jmxmanager.help.objectName        = Object Name
+jmxmanager.help.objectNamePattern = &nbsp;Object&nbsp;Name&nbsp;Pattern
+jmxmanager.help.operations        = Operations
+jmxmanager.help.operationsTab     = Operations Tab
+jmxmanager.help.operationsTabExp  = <ul>    <li>Lists the MBean operations</li><li>You can execute an MBean operation by providing the different parameter values and clicking the operation button. Results will be displayed.</li> <li><b>Note:</b> Be careful when invoking an MBean's operation because it might affect how the server runs.</li></ul>
+jmxmanager.help.paramList         = Paremeter List
+jmxmanager.help.persistent        = Persistent
+jmxmanager.help.refreshStats      = Refresh Stats
+jmxmanager.help.search            = Search
+jmxmanager.help.searchMBeansExp   = 'Search MBeans' will give you a list of MBeans matching a pattern from the 'Search' tab
+jmxmanager.help.searchTab         = Search Tab
+jmxmanager.help.searchTabExp      = <ul> <li>You can use this tab to query MBeans matching a particular pattern</li> <li>Matching MBeans will be added under the 'Search MBeans' tree node. You might need to scroll down the JMX tree to view results.</li>  <li>Examples of Object Name Patterns:</li>   <ul> <li>"*:*" - will return all the MBeans <li>"geronimo:*" - will return all MBeans with "geronimo" domain  <li>"*:j2eeType=GBean,*" - will return all GBeans </ul> </ul>
+jmxmanager.help.setter            = Setter
+jmxmanager.help.stats             = Stats
+jmxmanager.help.statsTab          = Stats Tab
+jmxmanager.help.statsTabExp       = <ul><li>Lists the statistics provided by a managed object. Statistics can be any of the following types:</li> <ul> <li>Count Statistic - specifies standard count measurements <li>Time Statistic - specifies standard timing measurements for a given operation <li>Boundary Statistic - specifies standard measurements of the upper and lower limits of the value of an attribute <li>Range Statistic - specifies standard measurements of the lowest and highest values an attribute has held as well as its current value <li>Bounded Range Statistic - provides standard measurements of a range that has fixed limits  </ul></ul>
+jmxmanager.help.type              = Type
+jmxmanager.help.value             = Value
+jmxmanager.help.viewAttributes    = View Attributes
+jmxmanager.help.viewInfo          = View Info
+jmxmanager.help.viewOperations    = View Operations
+jmxmanager.help.viewStats         = View Stats
+
+jndiview.help.content            = This view can be used to view JNDI context for various modules.
+jndiview.help.title              = This is the help for the Geronimo Administration JNDI VIEW page.
+jndiview.view.caseSensitive      = Case Sensitive
+jndiview.view.searchOnlySelected = Search only selected
+jndiview.view.searchText         = Search Text
+
+keystore.jmxmanager.title = JMX Viewer Portlet Help
+
+ldapmanager.help.canDoTheFollowing        = <p>The LDAP viewer portlet can be used to do the following:<ul>    <li>Connect to any LDAP server and explore its contents (default is the Embedded LDAP server - Apache DS)  <li>View the attributes of an entry   <li>Do an LDAP search on a particular entry   <li>Refresh any entry to get the latest data from the directory server   <li>View the LDAP connection environment data </ul>
+ldapmanager.help.note                     = Note: Right-click to any tree node to view the context menu for performing different actions.
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.DN             = DN
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.SSL            = SSL
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.anonymousBind  = Anonymous Bind
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.attributes     = Attributes
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.baseDN         = Base DN
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.clearResult    = Clear Result
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.connInfo       = Connect Info
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.connect        = Connect
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.filter         = Filter
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.host           = Host
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.name           = Name
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.oneLevel       = One level
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.password       = Password
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.port           = Port
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.refresh        = Refresh
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.restoreDefault = Restore Default
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.search         = Search
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.searchDN       = Search DN
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.searchScope    = Search scope
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.subTreeLevel   = Sub-tree level
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.userDN         = User DN
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.value          = Value
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.version        = Version
+ldapmanager.viewLDAPServer.viewEntry      = View Entry

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+#=====================================================================
+#  Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more
+#  contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file distributed with
+#  this work for additional information regarding copyright ownership.
+#  The ASF licenses this file to You under the Apache License, Version 2.0
+#  (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with
+#  the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
+#
+#     http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
+#
+#  Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
+#  distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
+#  WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
+#  See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
+#  limitations under the License.
+#=====================================================================
+
+monitor.common.action             = Actions
+monitor.common.add                = Add
+monitor.common.back               = Back
+monitor.common.cancel             = Cancel
+monitor.common.day                = days
+monitor.common.desc               = Description
+monitor.common.edit               = Edit
+monitor.common.editing            = Editing
+monitor.common.graph              = Graphs
+monitor.common.graphing           = Graphing
+monitor.common.home               = Home
+monitor.common.minute             = minutes
+monitor.common.name               = Name
+monitor.common.nav                = Navigation
+monitor.common.none               = none
+monitor.common.other              = Other
+monitor.common.ret                = To return to the main Monitoring panel select the "view" link from the header of this portlet.
+monitor.common.save               = Save
+monitor.common.server             = Servers
+monitor.common.st                 = something
+monitor.common.unknown            = Unknown
+monitor.common.view               = Views
+monitor.edit.desc                 = This is the edit page for the Monitoring Portlet
+monitor.edit.msg01                = Click on 'Monitoring &rarr; Add Server'. Choose
+monitor.edit.msg02                = The Server 'localhost' will appear 'online' i.e. the monitoring console can talk to it.
+monitor.edit.msg03                = Enable data collection by clicking on 'Enable Query'.
+monitor.edit.msg04                = Click on 'localhost' to view live statistics for chosen MBeans. By default 4/5 Mbeans are chosen for statistics collection. Use '<b>x</b>' to remove MBeans from 'Statistics Collected'. Use '<b>+</b>' in 'Statistics Available' to add an MBean to 'Statistics Collected' MBeans.
+monitor.edit.msg05                = To plot a graph for a statistics click on a link in 'Live Statistics'.
+monitor.edit.msg06                = As an example choose 'JMV Heap Size Current'. Choose the following values
+monitor.edit.msg07                = must be a unique name
+monitor.edit.msg08                = The lable for the graph
+monitor.edit.msg09                = Y axis for the graph, e.g. JVM Heap - MB
+monitor.edit.msg10                = Save the graph using 'save'
+monitor.edit.msg11                = To plot a graph for bytes sent each interval click on 'BytesSent' for TomcatWebConnector.  Use the following values
+monitor.edit.msg12                = Y axis for the graph, e.g. Bytes Sent/sec
+monitor.edit.msg13                = i.e. the bytes sent during 5 minutes (300 sec)
+monitor.edit.msg14                = Hint : Try 'Request Count' for JettyWebConnector
+monitor.edit.msg15                = Create a view using 'Add view'. Select all the graphs and save the view.
+monitor.edit.msg16                = To see the graphs use 'Show this view'
+monitor.edit.stuff                = Edit stuff...
+monitor.graph.addGraph            = Add a new graph
+monitor.graph.asis                = As-is
+monitor.graph.change              = Change (Delta) in
+monitor.graph.createGraph         = Create a new graph
+monitor.graph.data                = Data series
+monitor.graph.deleteGraph         = Delete this graph
+monitor.graph.math                = Math operation
+monitor.graph.notExist            = Graph does not exist
+monitor.graph.selectMbeanFirst    = Select MBean First
+monitor.graph.selectOpFirst       = Select Operation First
+monitor.graph.selectServer        = Select Server
+monitor.graph.selectServerFirst   = Select Server First
+monitor.graph.server              = Server
+monitor.graph.showArchive         = Show Archive
+monitor.graph.time                = Timeframe
+monitor.graph.x                   = X Axis label
+monitor.graph.y                   = Y Axis label
+monitor.help.desc                 = The Monitoring Console is designed to monitor a geronimo instance running in a separate JVM. For a quick demo we will look inside the Geronimo instance the Monitoring Console is running on.
+monitor.help.title                = Welcome to Monitoring Console
+monitor.server.addServer          = Add a new server
+monitor.server.deleteServer       = Delete this server
+monitor.server.disable            = Disable
+monitor.server.disableQuery       = Disable Query
+monitor.server.disableServer      = Disable this server
+monitor.server.disabled           = Disabled
+monitor.server.enable             = Enable
+monitor.server.enableQuery        = Enable Query
+monitor.server.enableServer       = Enable this server
+monitor.server.hostname           = Hostname
+monitor.server.ip                 = IP
+monitor.server.liveStat           = Live Statistics
+monitor.server.modifyServer       = Modify this server
+monitor.server.notExist           = Server does not exist
+monitor.server.notExistOrDisabled = Server does not exist or is disabled
+monitor.server.offline            = Offline
+monitor.server.online             = Online
+monitor.server.port               = Port
+monitor.server.protocol           = Protocol
+monitor.server.pwd                = Password
+monitor.server.pwd2               = Password (verify)
+monitor.server.run                = running
+monitor.server.serverOffline      = SERVER IS OFFLINE
+monitor.server.snapshotDuration   = Snapshot Duration
+monitor.server.snapshotRetention  = Snapshot Retention
+monitor.server.snapshotThread     = Snapshot Thread
+monitor.server.statAvailable      = Statistics Available
+monitor.server.statCollected      = Statistics Collected
+monitor.server.statNA             = The statistics bean is not available now.
+monitor.server.statQuery          = Stat. Query
+monitor.server.status             = Status
+monitor.server.stopped            = stopped
+monitor.server.stopping           = Stopping...
+monitor.server.stoppingThread     = Stopping Thread...
+monitor.server.testSetting        = Test these settings
+monitor.server.username           = Username
+monitor.view.add                  = Add a new view
+monitor.view.create               = Create a new view
+monitor.view.created              = Created
+monitor.view.delete               = Delete this view
+monitor.view.disable              = Disable this view
+monitor.view.element              = Elements
+monitor.view.modified             = Modified
+monitor.view.modify               = Modify this view
+monitor.view.notExist             = View does not exist
+monitor.view.notExistOrDisabled   = View does not exist or is disabled
+monitor.view.show                 = Show this view

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+#=====================================================================
+#  Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more
+#  contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file distributed with
+#  this work for additional information regarding copyright ownership.
+#  The ASF licenses this file to You under the Apache License, Version 2.0
+#  (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with
+#  the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
+#
+#     http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
+#
+#  Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
+#  distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
+#  WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
+#  See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
+#  limitations under the License.
+#=====================================================================
+
+portlet.openejb.help.activation               = ActivationSpecClass
+portlet.openejb.help.activationdesc           = Specifies the activation spec class Default value is org.apache.activemq.ra.ActiveMQActivationSpec
+portlet.openejb.help.beanclassname            = Bean Class Name
+portlet.openejb.help.beanclassnamedesc        = This is the name of the Bean Class.
+portlet.openejb.help.bmpcontainer             = BMP Container
+portlet.openejb.help.bmppoolsize              = PoolSize
+portlet.openejb.help.bmppoolsizedesc          = Specifies the size of the bean pools for this bmp entity container.Default value is 10.
+portlet.openejb.help.bulkpassivate            = BulkPassivate
+portlet.openejb.help.bulkpassivatedesc        = Property name that specifies the number of instances to passivate at one time when doing bulk passivation.Default value is 100.
+portlet.openejb.help.businesslocal            = Business Local Interfaces
+portlet.openejb.help.businesslocaldesc        = Comma separated list of business local interfaces that the bean has.
+portlet.openejb.help.businessremote           = Business Remote Interfaces
+portlet.openejb.help.businessremotedesc       = Comma separated list of business remote interfaces that the bean has.
+portlet.openejb.help.cef                      = CmpEngineFactory
+portlet.openejb.help.cefdesc                  = Default value is org.apache.openejb.core.cmp.jpa.JpaCmpEngineFactory.
+portlet.openejb.help.cmpcontainer             = CMP Container
+portlet.openejb.help.containerinfo            = Container Information
+portlet.openejb.help.containerinfodesc        = This portlet also gives us information regarding the different types of OpenEJB containers that are running in Geronimo. We can get this information by clicking on the different containers shown in the tree. The editable fields for each container are shown below
+portlet.openejb.help.deploymentId             = Deployment Id
+portlet.openejb.help.deploymentIddesc         = Deployment Id of the EJB.
+portlet.openejb.help.ejbInfo                  = EJB Information.
+portlet.openejb.help.ejbInfoDetail            = This portlet shows the following information regarding the Enterprise Java Beans deployed in the embedded OpenEJB instance. This information cannot be edited.
+portlet.openejb.help.ejbhome                  = EJB Home Interface
+portlet.openejb.help.ejbhomedesc              = Home interface of the EJB.
+portlet.openejb.help.ejbname                  = Ejb Name
+portlet.openejb.help.ejbnamedesc              = Name of the EJB.
+portlet.openejb.help.instancelimit            = InstanceLimit
+portlet.openejb.help.instancelimitdesc        = Specifies the maximum number of bean instances that are allowed to exist for each MDB deployment.Default value is 10.
+portlet.openejb.help.jndiname                 = JNDI Names
+portlet.openejb.help.jndinamedesc             = Comma separated list of JNDI names for the EJB.
+portlet.openejb.help.ki                       = Known implementations
+portlet.openejb.help.ki1                      = org.apache.openejb.core.stateful.RAFPassivater
+portlet.openejb.help.ki2                      = org.apache.openejb.core.stateful.SimplePassivater
+portlet.openejb.help.kid                      = Default value is org.apache.openejb.core.stateful.SimplePassivater.
+portlet.openejb.help.local                    = Local Interface
+portlet.openejb.help.localdesc                = Local interface of the EJB.
+portlet.openejb.help.localhome                = Local Home Interface
+portlet.openejb.help.localhomedesc            = Local Home interface of the EJB.
+portlet.openejb.help.mdbcontainer             = MDB Container
+portlet.openejb.help.mli                      = MessageListenerInterface
+portlet.openejb.help.mlidesc                  = Specifies the message listener interface handled by this container. Default value is javax.jms.MessageListener.
+portlet.openejb.help.passivator               = Passivator
+portlet.openejb.help.passivatordesc           = The passivator is responsible for writing beans to disk at passivation time. Different passivators can be used by setting this property to the fully qualified class name of the PassivationStrategy implementation. The passivator is not responsible for invoking any callbacks or other processing, its only responsibly is to write the bean state to disk.
+portlet.openejb.help.primarykeyclass          = Primary Key Class
+portlet.openejb.help.primarykeyclassdesc      = Primary Key class of the EJB(if any).
+portlet.openejb.help.primarykeyfield          = Primary Key Field
+portlet.openejb.help.primarykeyfielddesc      = Primary Key field of the EJB(if any).
+portlet.openejb.help.ra                       = ResourceAdapter
+portlet.openejb.help.radesc                   = The resource adapter delivers messages to the container. Default value is Default JMS Resource Adapter.
+portlet.openejb.help.remote                   = Remote Interface
+portlet.openejb.help.remotedesc               = Remote interface of the EJB.
+portlet.openejb.help.sei                      = Service EndPoint Interface
+portlet.openejb.help.seidesc                  = Service Endpoint Interface if the stateless EJB is exposed as a web service.
+portlet.openejb.help.sfpoolsize               = PoolSize
+portlet.openejb.help.sfpoolsizedesc           = Specifies the size of the bean pools for this stateful SessionBean container.Default value is 1000.
+portlet.openejb.help.sftimeout                = TimeOut
+portlet.openejb.help.sftimeoutdesc            = Specifies the time to wait between invocations. This value is measured in minutes. A value of 5 would result in a time-out of 5 minutes between invocations.A value of zero would mean no timeout.Default value is 20.
+portlet.openejb.help.slpoolsize               = PoolSize
+portlet.openejb.help.slpoolsizedesc           = Specifies the size of the bean pools for this stateless SessionBean container. Default value is 10.
+portlet.openejb.help.sltimeout                = TimeOut
+portlet.openejb.help.sltimeoutdesc            = Specifies the time to wait between invocations. This value is measured in milliseconds. A value of 5 would result in a time-out of 5 milliseconds between invocations.A value of zero would mean no timeout.Default value is 0.
+portlet.openejb.help.statefulcontainer        = Stateful Container
+portlet.openejb.help.statelesscontainer       = Stateless Container
+portlet.openejb.help.strictpooling            = StrictPooling
+portlet.openejb.help.strictpoolingdesc        = StrictPooling tells the container what to do when the pool reaches it's maximum size and there are incoming requests that need instances.With strict pooling, requests will have to wait for instances to become available. The pool size will never grow beyond the the set PoolSize value.Without strict pooling, the container will create temporary instances to meet demand. The instances will last for just one method invocation and then are removed. Default value is true.
+portlet.openejb.help.title                    = The EJB Server portlet allows you to see the different OpenEJB containers deployed on the server. It allows you to set the configurable attributes of those containers as well as view information on the EJBs that are deployed on that container.
+portlet.openejb.view.beanclassname            = Bean Class Name
+portlet.openejb.view.businesslocalinterfaces  = Business Local Interfaces
+portlet.openejb.view.businessremoteinterfaces = Business Remote Interfaces
+portlet.openejb.view.containerclass           = Container Class
+portlet.openejb.view.containerdescription     = Container Description
+portlet.openejb.view.containerid              = Container Id
+portlet.openejb.view.deploymentid             = Deployment Id
+portlet.openejb.view.displayname              = Display Name
+portlet.openejb.view.ejbhomeinterface         = EJB Home Interface
+portlet.openejb.view.ejbname                  = EJB Name
+portlet.openejb.view.errorMessage1            = An unexpected error has occurred and the value cannot be set
+portlet.openejb.view.errorMessage2            = Exception when trying to get JNDI name 
+portlet.openejb.view.errorMessage3            = GBeanNotFoundException for GBean Name: {0}
+portlet.openejb.view.errorMessage4            = InternalKernelException for GBean Name: {0}
+portlet.openejb.view.errorMessage5            = IllegalStateException for GBean Name: {0}
+portlet.openejb.view.jndinames                = JNDI Names
+portlet.openejb.view.localhomeinterface       = Local Home Interface
+portlet.openejb.view.localinterface           = Local Interface
+portlet.openejb.view.message1                 = The value of {0} should be Numeric;
+portlet.openejb.view.message2                 = The value of {0} should be either true or false
+portlet.openejb.view.message3                 = The value of {0} is not valid
+portlet.openejb.view.message4                 = Please restart the openejb configuration for the changes to take effect
+portlet.openejb.view.message5                 = The openejb configuration should be restarted for the changes that were made to the fields to take effect. The changed fields are now shown in red color.
+portlet.openejb.view.name                     = Name
+portlet.openejb.view.primarykeyclass          = Primary Key Class
+portlet.openejb.view.primarykeyfield          = Primary Key Field
+portlet.openejb.view.remoteinterface          = Remote Interface
+portlet.openejb.view.sepinterface             = Service EndPoint Interface
+portlet.openejb.view.value                    = Value

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+#=====================================================================
+#  Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more
+#  contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file distributed with
+#  this work for additional information regarding copyright ownership.
+#  The ASF licenses this file to You under the Apache License, Version 2.0
+#  (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with
+#  the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
+#
+#     http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
+#
+#  Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
+#  distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
+#  WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
+#  See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
+#  limitations under the License.
+#=====================================================================
+
+plancreator.archive.archive                   = Archive
+plancreator.archive.archiveErr                = The archive you provided is not a WAR. Please note that only WARs are supported as of now.
+plancreator.archive.config                    = Configure
+plancreator.common.action                     = Action
+plancreator.common.add                        = Add
+plancreator.common.cancel                     = Cancel
+plancreator.common.class                      = Class
+plancreator.common.del                        = Delete
+plancreator.common.edit                       = Edit
+plancreator.common.finish                     = Finish
+plancreator.common.host                       = Host
+plancreator.common.id                         = Id
+plancreator.common.name                       = Name
+plancreator.common.next                       = Module Id
+plancreator.common.port                       = Port
+plancreator.common.portName                   = PortName
+plancreator.common.previous                   = Previous
+plancreator.common.protocol                   = Protocol
+plancreator.common.type                       = Type
+plancreator.common.uri                        = URI
+plancreator.common.url                        = URL
+plancreator.dependency.dependency             = Dependencies
+plancreator.dependency.desc                   = All the modules available in the server repository are shown below. Select the ones on which your web-application is dependent. Default selections should be sufficient in most scenarios.
+plancreator.dependency.title                  = <b>WAR - Dependencies</b> -- Select the dependencies your Web Application has on other Modules
+plancreator.dependency.tree                   = Dependencies tree goes here
+plancreator.deploy.deploy                     = Deploy WAR
+plancreator.deploy.desc                       = The generated Geronimo Deployment Plan is shown below in an edit box. If you would like to make any changes (default should be enough in most scenarios), do it now and then press "Deploy WAR" to deploy the Web application.
+plancreator.deploy.plan                       = Deployment Plan
+plancreator.deploy.title                      = <b>Created Plan</b> -- Copy/Edit Deployment Plan
+plancreator.env.artifactId                    = Artifact Id
+plancreator.env.artifactIdDesc                = A name identifying the specific module within the group.
+plancreator.env.checked                       = CHECKED
+plancreator.env.classpathSetting              = Classpath Settings
+plancreator.env.context                       = Web Context Root
+plancreator.env.contextDisc                   = This is the first part of the URL used to access the Web application by the client. For example, if the context-root is entered as "HelloWorld", then a typical URL to the application would  start with "http://host:port/HelloWorld/".
+plancreator.env.desc                          = Defaults in this page should suffice for typical scenarios.
+plancreator.env.groupId                       = Group Id
+plancreator.env.groupIdDesc                   = A name identifying a group of related modules. This may be a project name, a company name, etc. The important thing is that each artifactID should be unique within the group.
+plancreator.env.hiddenClasses                 = Hidden Classes
+plancreator.env.hiddenClassesDesc             = List packages or classes that may be in a parent class loader, but should not be exposed from there to the Web application. This is typically used when the Web plication wants to use a different version of a library than that of it's parent configuration (or Geronimo itself) uses. Separate multiple package/class names with a semicolon ';'
+plancreator.env.id                            = Web Application Identity
+plancreator.env.idDesc                        = Every module in Geronimo is uniquely identified by it's ModuleID which consists of four components: groupId/artifactId/version/type. Example: "org.apache.geronimo.plugins/plancreator-tomcat/2.1/car".
+plancreator.env.inverseClassLoading           = Inverse Class Loading
+plancreator.env.inverseClassLoadingDesc       = Normally (if this element is not checked), the module's class loader will work normally - classes will be loaded from the parent class loader if available before checking the current class loader. If this element is checked, that behavior is reversed and the current class loader will always be checked first before looking in the parent class loader. This is often enabled to give the JARs in WEB-INF/lib precedence over anything that might be in a parent class loader.
+plancreator.env.nonOverridableClass           = Non Overridable Classes
+plancreator.env.nonOverridableClassDesc       = List packages or classes that the Web application should always load from a parent class loader, and     never load from WEB-INF/lib or WEB-INF/classes. This might be used to force a Web application to share the same instance of a common library with other Web applications, even if they each include it in their own WAR. Separate multiple package/class names with a semicolon ';'
+plancreator.env.title                         = <b>WAR - Environment</b> -- Configure Web Application Identity and Class Path
+plancreator.env.type                          = Type
+plancreator.env.typeDesc                      = A module's type is normally either CAR (for a system module) or the file extension for an application module (ear,war,jar,etc).
+plancreator.env.version                       = Version
+plancreator.env.versionDesc                   = Version number for the module.
+plancreator.reference.desc                    = Map the references declared in your Web application to specific items available in the server environment. References declared in your web-app (ex. EJB, EJB Local, JDBC Connection Pool, JavaMail Session, JMS Connection Factory and JMS Destination references) are shown below to the left and the resources (available in the server environment) to which they can be linked are shown to the right.
+plancreator.reference.editor                  = Editors for references go here
+plancreator.reference.ejbDeployed             = EJBs Deployed
+plancreator.reference.ejbLocalRef             = EJB Local Ref
+plancreator.reference.ejbLocalReference       = EJB Local References
+plancreator.reference.ejbRef                  = EJB Ref
+plancreator.reference.ejbReference            = EJB References
+plancreator.reference.javamail                = Mail Sessions Available
+plancreator.reference.javamailRef             = Mail Session Ref
+plancreator.reference.javamailReference       = JavaMail Session References
+plancreator.reference.jdbc                    = JDBC Pools
+plancreator.reference.jdbcRef                 = JDBC Ref
+plancreator.reference.jdbcReference           = JDBC Pool References
+plancreator.reference.jms                     = JMS Destinations
+plancreator.reference.jmsConn                 = JMS Factories
+plancreator.reference.jmsConnRef              = JMS Ref
+plancreator.reference.jmsConnReference        = JMS Connection Factory References
+plancreator.reference.jmsRef                  = JMS Ref
+plancreator.reference.jmsReference            = JMS Destination References
+plancreator.reference.resolveErr              = Some of the references are not resolved. Please resolve them and only then press Next button.
+plancreator.reference.title                   = <b>WAR - References</b> -- Resolve EJB, EJB Local, JDBC Connection Pool, JavaMail Session, JMS Connection Factory, JMS Destination and Web Service References
+plancreator.reference.tree                    = EAR tree goes here
+plancreator.reference.wsDesc                  = Service references declared in your application are shown below to the left. If the WSDL doesn't contain   the port information to contact the service or if that information is ambiguous, then resolve the service-ref  by clicking on "Add Port".
+plancreator.reference.wsRef                   = Service Ref Name
+plancreator.reference.wsReference             = Web Service References
+plancreator.security.advancedSetting          = Advanced Settings
+plancreator.security.advancedSettingDesc      = Click Advanced Settings to enable specifying run-as-subject
+plancreator.security.credenitial              = Credentials
+plancreator.security.credenitialName          = Credentials Name
+plancreator.security.credentialStore          = Credential Store
+plancreator.security.credentialStoreSelection = Select the Credential Store which has the defaultSubject and runAsSubjects defined.
+plancreator.security.desc                     = Map security roles declared in web.xml deployment descriptor to specific users or groups in the security realms configured in Geronimo. You can also specify a default user or group to be used when the end user has not yet logged in.
+plancreator.security.distinguishedName        = Distinguished Name
+plancreator.security.doAsCurrentCaller        = Do as current caller
+plancreator.security.doAsCurrentCallerDesc    = Select this if the work is to be performed as the calling Subject/User instead of as Server.
+plancreator.security.domainName               = Domain Name
+plancreator.security.domainNameErr            = Please enter a domain name for this role
+plancreator.security.groupPrincipal           = Group Principal
+plancreator.security.loginDomainPrincipal     = Login Domain Principal
+plancreator.security.principal                = Principal
+plancreator.security.realm                    = Realm
+plancreator.security.realmName                = Realm-name
+plancreator.security.realmPrincipal           = Realm Principal
+plancreator.security.role                     = Role
+plancreator.security.roleMapping              = Security Role Mappings
+plancreator.security.roleMappingDesc          = Security roles declared in web.xml are shown below to the left. Map them to specific principals present in Geronimo's security realms by adding Principals, Login Domain Principals, Realm Principals and/or Distinguished Names.
+plancreator.security.roleMappingErr           = Please enter a unique principal name for this role
+plancreator.security.roleTree                 = Security roles tree
+plancreator.security.runAsSubjectDesc         = The run-as-subject is required when the module is to continue as if run by the specified subject when constrained to the specified role.
+plancreator.security.runAsSubjectsTree        = Run-as-subjects tree
+plancreator.security.securityRealmName        = Security Realm Name
+plancreator.security.securityRealmNameDesc    = Select the Geronimo security realm that will authenticate user logins.
+plancreator.security.specifyRunAsSubject      = Specify run-as-subject
+plancreator.security.subject                  = Default Subject
+plancreator.security.subjectDesc              = The defaultSubject is used whenever an unauthenticated user accesses an unsecured page. Typically, this is used so that an unsecured page can access a secured resource, a secured EJB for example. Realm is the realm name of the default subject and Id is the default subject's name within that realm.
+plancreator.security.title                    = <b>WAR - Security</b> -- Specify Security Realm and Role Mappings
+plancreator.security.useContextHandler        = Use context handler
+plancreator.security.useContextHandlerDesc    = Select this if the installed JACC policy contexts should use PolicyContextHandlers.
+plancreator.security.userPrincipal            = User Principal
+plancreator.status.detail                     = Show full details
+plancreator.status.launch                     = Launch Web App

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