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Subject svn commit: r733885 [4/4] - 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/system-database/sysdb-portlets/src/main/resources/systemdatabase_en.properties
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/geronimo/server/trunk/plugins/system-database/sysdb-portlets/src/main/resources/systemdatabase_en.properties?rev=733885&view=auto
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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.
+#=====================================================================
+
+dbwizard.basicParams.driverConnectionProperties  = Driver Connection Properties
+dbwizard.basicParams.propertyExp                 = A property used to connect to {0}.  May
be optional (see JDBC driver documentation).
+dbwizard.basicParams.seeDocumentation            = See the documentation for your JDBC driver.
+dbwizard.basicParams.title                       = <b>Create Database Pool</b>
-- Step 2: Select Driver, JAR, Parameters
+dbwizard.basicParams.typicalJDBCURL              = Typical JDBC URL
+dbwizard.basicParams.unableToLoadDriver          = Unable to load driver from selected JARs!
+dbwizard.common.DBPassword                       = DB Password
+dbwizard.common.DBPasswordExp                    = The password used to connect to the database
+dbwizard.common.DBUserName                       = DB User Name
+dbwizard.common.DBUserNameExp                    = The username used to connect to the database
+dbwizard.common.JDBCConnectURL                   = JDBC Connect URL
+dbwizard.common.JDBCDriverClass                  = JDBC Driver Class
+dbwizard.common.URLFits                          = Make sure the generated URL fits the syntax
for your JDBC driver.
+dbwizard.common.actions                          = Actions
+dbwizard.common.blockingTimeout                  = Blocking Timeout
+dbwizard.common.cancel                           = Cancel
+dbwizard.common.configFile                       = Config File
+dbwizard.common.confirmAndDeploy                 = Confirm and Deploy
+dbwizard.common.confirmPassword                  = Confirm Password
+dbwizard.common.connectionPoolParameters         = Connection Pool Parameters
+dbwizard.common.delete                           = Delete
+dbwizard.common.deploy                           = Deploy
+dbwizard.common.downloadDriver                   = Download a Driver
+dbwizard.common.driverJAR                        = Driver JAR
+dbwizard.common.driverJARExplanation             = The JAR(s) required to make a connection
to the database.  Use CTRL-click or SHIFT-click to select multiple jars.<br>The JAR(s)
should already be installed under GERONIMO/repository/ (or
+dbwizard.common.driverTransactionTypes           = Type of transactions that this connection
pool supports.
+dbwizard.common.edit                             = Edit
+dbwizard.common.editSettings                     = Edit Settings
+dbwizard.common.finish                           = Finish
+dbwizard.common.idleTimeout                      = Idle Timeout
+dbwizard.common.import                           = {0} Import
+dbwizard.common.importFromJBoss                  = Import from JBoss 4
+dbwizard.common.importFromWebLogic               = Import from WebLogic 8.1
+dbwizard.common.inMilliseconds                   = in milliseconds
+dbwizard.common.inMinutes                        = in minutes
+dbwizard.common.maxNoOfCon                       = The maximum number of connections in the
pool.  The default is 10.
+dbwizard.common.name                             = Name
+dbwizard.common.next                             = Next
+dbwizard.common.poolMaxSize                      = Pool Max Size
+dbwizard.common.poolMinSize                      = Pool Min Size
+dbwizard.common.returnToList                     = Return To List
+dbwizard.common.save                             = Save
+dbwizard.common.showPlan                         = Show Plan
+dbwizard.common.skipRemainingPools               = Skip Remaining Pools
+dbwizard.common.skipTestAndDeploy                = Skip Test and Deploy
+dbwizard.common.skipTestAndShowPlan              = Skip Test and Show Plan
+dbwizard.common.state                            = State
+dbwizard.common.testConnection                   = Test Connection
+dbwizard.common.transactionType                  = Transaction Type
+dbwizard.common.usingPoolWizard                  = Using the Geronimo database pool wizard
+dbwizard.confirmURL.blockingTimeoutExp           = The length of time a caller will wait
for a connection.  Leave blank for default.
+dbwizard.confirmURL.driverStatus                 = Driver Status
+dbwizard.confirmURL.idleTimeoutExp               = How long a connection can be idle before
being closed.  Leave blank for default.
+dbwizard.confirmURL.loadedSuccessfully           = Loaded Successfully
+dbwizard.confirmURL.maxNoOfCon                   = The maximum number of connections in the
pool.  Leave blank for default.
+dbwizard.confirmURL.minimumNoOfCon               = The minimum number of connections in the
pool.  Leave blank for default.
+dbwizard.confirmURL.title                        = <b>Create Database Pool</b>
-- Step 3: Final Pool Configuration
+dbwizard.downloadStatus.summary                  = This page monitors the driver download
progress.
+dbwizard.downloadStatus.title                    = <b>Create Database Pool</b>
-- Driver Download
+dbwizard.edit.basicConProperties                 = Basic Connection Properties
+dbwizard.edit.blockingTimeoutExp                 = The length of time a caller will wait
for a connection.  The default is 5000.
+dbwizard.edit.errorDeploying                     = Error Deploying
+dbwizard.edit.idleTimeoutExp                     = How long a connection can be idle before
being closed.  The default is 15.
+dbwizard.edit.maxNoOfCon                         = The maximum number of connections in the
pool.  The default is 10.
+dbwizard.edit.minimumNoOfCon                     = The minimum number of connections in the
pool.  The default is 0.
+dbwizard.edit.poolName                           = Pool Name
+dbwizard.edit.poolNameExp                        = A name that is different than the name
for any other database pools in the server (no spaces in the name please).
+dbwizard.edit.poolType                           = Pool Type
+dbwizard.edit.seeDocumentation                   = See the documentation for your JDBC driver.
+dbwizard.edit.seeLog                             = see the log for details
+dbwizard.edit.summary                            = This page edits a new or existing database
pool.
+dbwizard.edit.unableToLoadDriver                 = Unable to load driver from selected JARs!
+dbwizard.importStatus.currentPools               = Current Pools in Server
+dbwizard.importStatus.importFailed               = The import failed or did not discover
any usable database pools!
+dbwizard.importStatus.importMessages             = Import Messages
+dbwizard.importStatus.importStatus               = Import Status
+dbwizard.importStatus.originalJNDI               = Original JNDI
+dbwizard.importStatus.originalName               = Original Name
+dbwizard.importStatus.summary                    = The list of recognized database pools
appears below.  You can deploy any pools to  Geronimo that were configured as plain JDBC pools,
or XA pools where Geronimo has  a supported XA adapter.  Below the pool list is the list of
status messages from  the import process.
+dbwizard.importStatus.title                      = <b>Import Database Pools</b>
-- Step 2: Review Imported Data 
+dbwizard.importUpload.aboutWebLogic              = If WebLogic 8.1 is installed on the same
machine as Geronimo, and the WebLogic domain directory is readable by the user running Geronimo,
you can also point directly to the WebLogic installation and domain directories. This has
the advantage that the import process can read the database passwords,  whereas if you just
import a <tt>config.xml</tt> above you'll need to re-enter all the passwords.
+dbwizard.importUpload.alternateImport            = Alternate {0} Import
+dbwizard.importUpload.domainDirectoryPath        = Domain directory path
+dbwizard.importUpload.domainDirectoryPathExp     = Please enter the full path to the WebLogic
domain directory (containing the <tt>config.xml</tt> file) for your WebLogic domain
.
+dbwizard.importUpload.enterFullPath              = Please enter the full path to the <tt>weblogic81/server/lib</tt>
directory  for your WebLogic 8.1 installation .
+dbwizard.importUpload.path                       = path
+dbwizard.importUpload.pleaseSelect               = Please select the
+dbwizard.importUpload.summary                    = This page starts the process of importing
database pools from another application server. To do the import, you'll need to upload a
configuration file from the other server using the fields below.   After that, we'll convert
the values we can, and ask you to confirm the configuration for each pool  we find in the
configuration.
+dbwizard.importUpload.title                      = <b>Import Database Pools</b>
-- Step 1: Upload Configuration File
+dbwizard.list.createPool                         = Create a new database pool
+dbwizard.list.deployedAs                         = Deployed As
+dbwizard.list.hasDatabasePools                   = For each pool listed, you can click the
<b>usage</b> link to see examples of how  to use the pool from your application.
+dbwizard.list.noDatabasePools                    = There are no database pools defined
+dbwizard.list.serverWide                         = Server-wide
+dbwizard.list.summary                            = This page lists all the available database
pools.
+dbwizard.list.usage                              = Usage
+dbwizard.selectDatabase.databaseType             = Database Type
+dbwizard.selectDatabase.databaseTypeExp          = The type of database the pool will connect
to.
+dbwizard.selectDatabase.nameOfPool               = Name of Database Pool
+dbwizard.selectDatabase.nameOfPoolExplanation    = A name that is different than the name
for any other database pools in the server (no spaces in the name please).
+dbwizard.selectDatabase.title                    = <b>Create Database Pool</b>
-- Step 1: Select Name and Database
+dbwizard.selectDownload.otherJDBCDrivers         = Here are some other JDBC drivers you might
want to download on your own (just save them somewhere under geronimo/repository/)
+dbwizard.selectDownload.selectDriver             = Select Driver
+dbwizard.selectDownload.selectDriverExp          = A driver that Geronimo can download automatically
for you.
+dbwizard.selectDownload.selectOtherDatabase      = Select "other" database
+dbwizard.selectDownload.selectPredefinedDatabase = Select predefined database
+dbwizard.selectDownload.summary                  = <p>This page lets you automatically
download a driver for a database where the driver JARs are available online without login
or registration.</p><p><i>If this page took a very long time to load and
there are no drivers listed in the box below, it probably means your Geronimo installation
can't connect to apache.org to retrieve the driver download configuration file.  Sorry for
the inconvenience,you'll have to try again later or install the driver by hand (copy it to
a directory under geronimo/repository/)</i></p>
+dbwizard.selectDownload.title                    = <b>Create Database Pool</b>
-- Step 2: Select Driver, JAR, Parameters
+dbwizard.showPlan.addToEAR                       = Add to EAR
+dbwizard.showPlan.deployAsPartEAR                = Instead of deploying as a top-level database
pool, you can deploy this pool as part of an EAR.  To add a database pool to an EAR using
this plan:<ol>  <li>Copy and paste the plan to a file</li>  <li>Save
the plan file to the top level of your EAR</li>  <li>Copy the RAR file from <tt>GERONIMO_HOME/{0}</tt>
   to the top level of your EAR</li>  <li>Create a <tt>META-INF/geronimo-application.xml</tt>
file in your EAR    that has a <tt>module</tt> entry like this (substituting the
correct  RAR file name and plan file name):</li></ol>
+dbwizard.showPlan.deployCommand                  = Deploy Command
+dbwizard.showPlan.deployPool                     = Deploy Pool
+dbwizard.showPlan.deployPoolFromCommandLine      = To deploy a database pool from the command
line using this plan,copy and paste it to a file (say, <tt>plan-file.xml</tt>)
and save it.  Then run a command like:
+dbwizard.showPlan.deploymentPlan                 = Deployment Plan
+dbwizard.showPlan.title                          = <b>Create Database Pool</b>
-- Show Deployment Plan
+dbwizard.testConnection.connectedTo              = Connected to
+dbwizard.testConnection.connectionError          = Connection Error (see below)
+dbwizard.testConnection.deployAnyway             = Deploy Anyway
+dbwizard.testConnection.testAgain                = Test Again
+dbwizard.testConnection.testError                = Test Error
+dbwizard.testConnection.testResult               = Test Result
+dbwizard.testConnection.title                    = <b>Create Database Pool</b>
-- Step 4: Test Connection
+dbwizard.usage.applicationCode                   = Application Code
+dbwizard.usage.geronimo_webExp                   = <p>To point the resource reference
to a specific database pool in Geronimo, 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.  The <tt>geronimo-web.xml</tt>
plan should have a <tt>dependency</tt> element pointing to the database pool module,
and a <tt>resource-ref</tt> block corresponding to the <tt>web.xml</tt>
<tt>resource-ref</tt> above, which maps the resource reference to a specific database
pool.  In that block, the <tt>ref-name</tt> must match the <tt>res-ref-name</tt>
from the <tt>web.xml</tt> (above) and the <tt>resource-link</tt> must
point to the database pool by name.</p> <p><i>If you have only one pool
named {0} deployed in Geronimo, you can point to it like this.</i></p>
+dbwizard.usage.moreThanOnePool                   = If you have more than one pool named {0}
(for example, two dependencies that <b>each</b> include a component named {1}),
then you can specify the pool to use more explicitly like this:
+dbwizard.usage.resource_refSection               = The <tt>web.xml</tt> should
have a <tt>resource-ref</tt> section declaring the database pool, like this. Note
the <tt>res-ref-name</tt>, which is what we'll need to map the reference to a
pool, and also what the application will need in order to access the pool.
+dbwizard.usage.searchOnlyOne                     = That will search for a pool named {0}
in the current application and any modules listed as dependencies (and their dependencies,
etc.).
+dbwizard.usage.title                             = This page talks about how to use the database
pool {0} from a J2EE application. The example here is a web application, but other application
modules would work in the same way.
+dbwizard.usage.usingInCode                       = To get a reference to the database pool,
your application can use code like this.  Note that the JNDI lookup string is <tt>java:comp/env/</tt>
plus the <tt>res-ref-name</tt> used in <tt>web.xml</tt> (above).
+
+derbylogmanager.help.title                 = This portlet views the log file for Geronimo's
internal database, Derby.
+derbylogmanager.view.Lines                 = Lines
+derbylogmanager.view.containingText        = Containing text
+derbylogmanager.view.filterLog             = Filter Log
+derbylogmanager.view.filterResults         = Filter results
+derbylogmanager.view.matchCriterial        = {0} total message(s) in log file. {1} matched
your criteria
+derbylogmanager.view.maxResults            = Max Results
+derbylogmanager.view.noEntries             = No entries found with the specified criteria.
+derbylogmanager.view.numberOfResultsCapped = number of results capped
+derbylogmanager.view.refresh               = Refresh
+derbylogmanager.view.to                    = To
+
+internaldb.common.DB                          = DB
+internaldb.common.DBMajorVersion              = DB Major Version
+internaldb.common.DBMinorVersion              = DB Minor Version
+internaldb.common.DBProductName               = DB Product Name
+internaldb.common.DBProductVersion            = DB Product Version
+internaldb.common.Item                        = Item
+internaldb.common.JDBCMajorVersion            = JDBC Major Version
+internaldb.common.JDBCMinorVersion            = JDBC Minor Version
+internaldb.common.SQLCommands                 = SQL Command/s
+internaldb.common.SQLStateType                = SQL State Type
+internaldb.common.Value                       = Value
+internaldb.common.application                 = Application
+internaldb.common.create                      = Create
+internaldb.common.createDB                    = Create DB
+internaldb.common.databases                   = Databases
+internaldb.common.defaultTransactionIsolation = Default Transaction Isolation
+internaldb.common.delete                      = Delete
+internaldb.common.deleteDB                    = Delete DB
+internaldb.common.driver                      = Driver
+internaldb.common.driverMajorVersion          = Driver Major Version
+internaldb.common.driverMinorVersion          = Driver Minor Version
+internaldb.common.driverName                  = Driver Name
+internaldb.common.driverVersion               = Driver Version
+internaldb.common.empty                       = Empty
+internaldb.common.etc                         = Etc
+internaldb.common.functions                   = Functions
+internaldb.common.note                        = Note
+internaldb.common.numericFunctions            = Numeric Functions
+internaldb.common.queryResult                 = Query Result
+internaldb.common.readOnly                    = Read Only
+internaldb.common.result                      = Result
+internaldb.common.resultSetHoldability        = Result Set Holdability
+internaldb.common.schemas                     = Schemas
+internaldb.common.stringFunctions             = String Functions
+internaldb.common.supportedSQLKeywords        = Supported SQL Keywords
+internaldb.common.supportedTypes              = Supported Types
+internaldb.common.system                      = System
+internaldb.common.systemFunctions             = System Functions
+internaldb.common.table                       = Table
+internaldb.common.tableTypes                  = Table Types
+internaldb.common.tables                      = Tables
+internaldb.common.timeDateFunctions           = Time Date Functions
+internaldb.common.useDB                       = Use DB
+internaldb.common.useDS                       = Use DataSource
+internaldb.common.userName                    = Username
+internaldb.common.viewContents                = View Contents
+internaldb.common.viewDatabases               = View Databases
+internaldb.common.viewTables                  = View Tables
+internaldb.dbViewerHelp.content               = Displays all the available databases and
their tables and displays the contents of the tables. From the main window, to view the tables
in a database, click on the database link. This will show all the tables in the database.
To view the contents of the tables, click on the "View Contents" link. At the bottom of the
DB Viewer window pane there will be links to take the user back to other views, e.g., "View
Databases" and/or "View Tables."
+internaldb.internalDBHelp.content             = This page provides information about the
internal database, such as, the product name, the version of the database, the supported functions
and the supported SQL commands, among other things. Scroll to the bottom to see all the information.
+internaldb.listDatabases.nodatabases          = No databases
+internaldb.listDatabases.title                = Database List
+internaldb.listTables.noTables                = No tables
+internaldb.runSQLHelp.createDBExp             = Enter the name of the new database to be
created, then click on the &quot;Create&quot; button.
+internaldb.runSQLHelp.deleteDBExp             = Delete an existing database, by selecting
it from the pull-down menu and then clicking on &quot;Delete.&quot;
+internaldb.runSQLHelp.runSQLExp               = Enter the SQL commands, separated by semicolons,
in the "SQL Command/s" text box. To run the SQL command(s), click on the "Run SQL" button.
+internaldb.runSQLHelp.summary                 = Allows the user to run SQL commands to manipulate
the data in the tables, create a new database or delete a database. The user can enter the
SQL commands in the &quot;SQL Command(s)&quot; text box and click on &quot;Run
SQL.&quot;
+internaldb.runSQLHelp.useDBExp                = Select a database to use from the pull-down
menu.
+internaldb.runSQLHelp.useDSExp                = Select a datasource to use from the pull-down
menu.
+internaldb.runSQLNormal.note1                 = 1) Use ';' to separate multiple statements
+internaldb.runSQLNormal.note2                 = 2) Query results will be displayed for single
'Select' statement
+internaldb.runSQLNormal.note3                 = 3) Use single quotes to encapsulate literal
strings
+internaldb.runSQLNormal.reallyDeleteDatabase  = Are you sure you want to delete this database?
+internaldb.runSQLNormal.runSQL                = Run SQL

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