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From dwo...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r822783 - in /geronimo/server/branches/2.2: BUILDING.txt README.txt RELEASE_NOTES-2.2-SNAPSHOT.txt
Date Wed, 07 Oct 2009 15:50:26 GMT
Author: dwoods
Date: Wed Oct  7 15:50:26 2009
New Revision: 822783

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=822783&view=rev
Log:
update building.txt to say maven 2.0.10+, which is what genesis-2.0 enforces.  update formating
on other txt files to better fit within a 80 char width window.

Modified:
    geronimo/server/branches/2.2/BUILDING.txt
    geronimo/server/branches/2.2/README.txt
    geronimo/server/branches/2.2/RELEASE_NOTES-2.2-SNAPSHOT.txt

Modified: geronimo/server/branches/2.2/BUILDING.txt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/geronimo/server/branches/2.2/BUILDING.txt?rev=822783&r1=822782&r2=822783&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- geronimo/server/branches/2.2/BUILDING.txt (original)
+++ geronimo/server/branches/2.2/BUILDING.txt Wed Oct  7 15:50:26 2009
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@
 To build you will need:
 
  * JDK 5.0+ (J2SE 1.5.0+) (http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0)
- * Maven 2.0.9+ (http://maven.apache.org)
+ * Maven 2.0.10+ (http://maven.apache.org)
 
 For detailed instructions please see:
 
@@ -67,10 +67,10 @@
     mvn site -Denv=site
 
 If you attempt to run `mvn clean install site` strange errors are bound to occur
-which will drive you crazy and you may start pulling your hairout... so its not
+which will drive you crazy and you may start pulling your hair out... so its not
 recommended.
 
-It is important to specify `-Denv=site` to limit the modules which are processed,
-as many of the configs modules will freak-out.
+It is important to specify `-Denv=site` to limit the modules which are
+processed, as many of the configs modules will freak-out.
 
 

Modified: geronimo/server/branches/2.2/README.txt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/geronimo/server/branches/2.2/README.txt?rev=822783&r1=822782&r2=822783&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- geronimo/server/branches/2.2/README.txt (original)
+++ geronimo/server/branches/2.2/README.txt Wed Oct  7 15:50:26 2009
@@ -17,25 +17,25 @@
 Documentation
 ======================
  
- This README serves as quick introduction to Geronimo. More complete documentation 
- can be found here:
+ This README serves as quick introduction to Geronimo. More complete
+ documentation can be found here:
  
    -  http://cwiki.apache.org/GMOxDOC22/documentation.html
    OR
    -  http://cwiki.apache.org/GMOxDOC21/documentation.html
-   (Geronimo 2.1 documentation until Geronimo @VERSION@ documentation is created)
 
 
 ______________________
 Installing Geronimo
 ======================
 
- To install Geronimo, simply unpack the .zip (Windows) or tar.gz (Unix) file containing
- Geronimo.
+ To install Geronimo, simply unpack the .zip (Windows) or tar.gz (Unix) file
+ containing Geronimo.
 
  Note for Windows platforms:
  The maximum path length for a directory path is 255 characters. Installing
- Geronimo into a long directory path may cause the installation or server start up to fail.

+ Geronimo into a long directory path may cause the installation or server
+ startup to fail. 
  It is recommended that you use a short directory name, such as "c:\g\".
 
 
@@ -43,14 +43,13 @@
 Starting Geronimo 
 ======================
 
- There are three general techniques for starting Geronimo (assuming the current directory
- is <geronimo_home>):
+ There are three general techniques for starting Geronimo (assuming the current
+ directory is <geronimo_home>):
 
  1. GShell -- "./bin/gsh geronimo/start-server"
  2. Script -- "./bin/geronimo.sh run"
  3. Java   -- "java -Djava.endorsed.dirs=$JRE_HOME/lib/endorsed:lib/endorsed -Djava.ext.dirs=$JRE_HOME/lib/ext:lib/ext
-javaagent:bin/jpa.jar -jar bin/server.jar"
 
-
 Additional information on command environments can be found below.
 
 
@@ -60,29 +59,31 @@
 
  Applications can be deployed to a Geronimo server in several ways:
 
- 1. Administrative command scripts -- "./bin/gsh deploy/deploy MyApp.war MyDeploymentPlan.xml"
- 2. Administrative console -- login to the admin console and click "Deploy New" under Applications
- 3. Hot deploy -- copy your archive(s) into the "<geronimo-home>/deploy" directory.
The
-    hot deploy service will automatically deploy these artifacts.
- 4. Maven -- applications can be installed as part of a maven build
+ 1. Administrative command scripts -
+      ./bin/gsh deploy/deploy MyApp.war MyDeploymentPlan.xml"
+ 2. Administrative console -
+      Login to the admin console and click "Deploy New" under Applications
+ 3. Hot deploy -
+      Copy your archive(s) into the "<geronimo-home>/deploy" directory.
+      The hot deploy service will automatically deploy these artifacts.
+ 4. Maven -
+      Applications can be installed as part of a maven build
 
  When you deploy an application using an administrative command, you will need
- to supply an administrator's username/password. If you do not specify the username
- and password, you will be prompted for them.
+ to supply an administrator's username/password. If you do not specify the
+ username and password, you will be prompted for them.
 
 
 ______________________
 Configuration
 ======================
 
- Commonly modified configuration parameters, such as port numbers, can be set by 
- editing the file:
-
- <geronimo_home>/var/config/config-substitutions.properties
+ Commonly modified configuration parameters, such as port numbers, can be set
+ by editing the file:
+     <geronimo_home>/var/config/config-substitutions.properties
  
  Additional configuration attributes can be updated in the file:
-
- <geronimo_home>/var/config/config.xml
+     <geronimo_home>/var/config/config.xml
 
  Note: The server must not be running when these files are modified.
 
@@ -95,22 +96,24 @@
 Security Configuration
 ======================
 
- The default administration user/password for the Geronimo Administration Console
- and command line deployment tool is system/manager.  You can change these defaults
- directly from the Geronimo Administration Console by accessing Security -> Users 
- and Groups and change the user name and password from the Console Realm Users portlet.
-
- As an alternative, you can make the same changes by editing the
- <geronimo_home>/var/security/users.properties and
- <geronimo_home>/var/security/groups.properties files.
-
- Access to the var/security directory should be appropriately secured on systems where
- you install Geronimo.
-
- Passwords in users.properties are encrypted by the server. Passwords can be changed 
- using the Geronimo Administration Console. They can also be changed using a text
- editor. While the server is stopped, simply edit the users.properties file. The 
- password(s) will be encrypted the next time the server is started. 
+ The default administration user/password for the Geronimo Administration
+ Console and command line deployment tool is system/manager.  You can change
+ these defaults directly from the Geronimo Administration Console by accessing
+ Security -> Users and Groups and change the user name and password from the
+ Console Realm Users portlet.
+
+ As an alternative, the same changes can be made by editing the following files:
+     <geronimo_home>/var/security/users.properties
+     <geronimo_home>/var/security/groups.properties
+
+ Access to the var/security directory should be appropriately secured on
+ systems where you install Geronimo.
+
+ Passwords in users.properties are encrypted by the server. Passwords can be
+ changed using the Geronimo Administration Console. They can also be changed
+ using a text editor. While the server is stopped, simply edit the
+ users.properties file. The password(s) will be encrypted the next time the
+ server is started. 
 
  To prevent potential security exposures, we strongly recommend you update the 
  default user names and passwords on your system.
@@ -120,13 +123,14 @@
 GShell
 ======================
 
- Geronimo provides a command shell environment for executing commands, called GShell. 
+ Geronimo provides a command shell environment for executing commands,
+ called GShell. 
 
- To start a GShell environment, from the <geronimo_home> directory, execute "./bin/gsh"
(unix)
- or "bin\gsh" (windows). This will start a GShell command environment. From here,
- you can execute Geronimo administrative commands as well as general GShell commands.
- Alternatively, you can invoke a GShell command at the same time that you invoke gsh, for
- example:
+ To start a GShell environment, from the <geronimo_home> directory, execute 
+ "./bin/gsh" (Unix) or "bin\gsh" (Windows). This will start a GShell command
+ environment. From here, you can execute Geronimo administrative commands as
+ well as general GShell commands.  Alternatively, you can invoke a GShell
+ command at the same time that you invoke gsh, for example:
   
    ./bin/gsh geronimo/stop-server
 
@@ -141,19 +145,21 @@
    deploy/install-plugin
    deploy/assemble
 
- Usage information for any command can be obtained by using the --help option. For example:
+ Usage information for any command can be obtained by using the --help option.
+ For example:
 
    geronimo/start-server --help 
 
- For more information on GShell and GShell commands, see the Geronimo @VERSION@ documentation.
+ For more information on GShell and GShell commands, see the
+ Geronimo @VERSION@ documentation.
 
 ______________________
 Script
 ======================
 
- Geronimo provides a number of .sh or .bat scripts that can be used to administer Geronimo
- servers. To use most of these scripts, you must first set either the JAVA_HOME 
- or JRE_HOME environment variable:
+ Geronimo provides a number of .sh or .bat scripts that can be used to
+ administer Geronimo servers. To use most of these scripts, you must first set
+ either the JAVA_HOME or JRE_HOME environment variable:
 
    export JAVA_HOME=<path-to-JDK>
   or
@@ -161,7 +167,7 @@
 
  Unix scripts provided by Geronimo (there are .bat equivalents):
 
-   geronimo.sh -- used to start and stop servers; either as a foreground or background process.
+   geronimo.sh -- used to start and stop servers in foreground or background
    startup.sh -- start a Geronimo server running as a background process
    shutdown.sh -- stop a running Geronimo server
    client.sh -- start a Geronimo application client
@@ -170,32 +176,33 @@
 
  For example, "./bin/deploy.sh list-modules"
 
- The geronimo.sh and shutdown.sh scripts have multiple sub-commands. Executing the scripts
without
- any arguments will generate usage information. Executing "help <sub-command>" will
generate
- usage information for that particular command.
+ The geronimo.sh and shutdown.sh scripts have multiple sub-commands. Executing
+ the scripts without any arguments will generate usage information. Executing
+ "help <sub-command>" will generate usage information for that particular
+ command.
 
 
 ______________________
 Support
 ======================
  
- Any problems with this release can be reported to the Geronimo user mailing list 
- or Jira issue tracker.
+ Any problems with this release can be reported to the Geronimo user mailing
+ list or Jira issue tracker.
 
  Mailing list archive:
- http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/geronimo-user/
+     http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/geronimo-user/
 
  User mailing list:
- user@geronimo.apache.org
+     user@geronimo.apache.org
 
  User mailing list subscription:
- user-subscribe@geronimo.apache.org
+     user-subscribe@geronimo.apache.org
 
  Jira:
- https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GERONIMO
+     https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GERONIMO
 
  Information concerning security issues and reporting security concerns: 
- http://geronimo.apache.org/security-reports.html
+     http://geronimo.apache.org/security-reports.html
 
  _______________________________________
  Notice Regarding Cryptographic Software
@@ -230,3 +237,4 @@
    
    The URL above is a reference to the Apache Geronimo Server source
    tree for all development (and released) source trees.
+

Modified: geronimo/server/branches/2.2/RELEASE_NOTES-2.2-SNAPSHOT.txt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/geronimo/server/branches/2.2/RELEASE_NOTES-2.2-SNAPSHOT.txt?rev=822783&r1=822782&r2=822783&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- geronimo/server/branches/2.2/RELEASE_NOTES-2.2-SNAPSHOT.txt (original)
+++ geronimo/server/branches/2.2/RELEASE_NOTES-2.2-SNAPSHOT.txt Wed Oct  7 15:50:26 2009
@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@
 latest documentation on this release.
 OR
 Please see http://cwiki.apache.org/GMOxDOC21/documentation.html for Geronimo 
-2.1 documentation until Geronimo @VERSION@ documentation is created
+2.1 documentation
 
 
 System Requirements
@@ -41,19 +41,22 @@
   that will mirrors the capabilities of a custom server assembly.
 
 GShell
-- GShell is a command-line processing environment that can be used for the execution
-  of Geronimo commands. GShell is an extensible environment and includes support
-  for editing, command history, and tab completion. 
+- GShell is a command-line processing environment that can be used for thei
+  execution of Geronimo commands. GShell is an extensible environment and
+  includes support for editing, command history, and tab completion. 
 
 Clustering Support
-- WADI can now be used to support clustering of web applications for Geronimo configurations
which
-  use the Tomcat Web Container (WADI support for Jetty was in previous releases). 
-- Applications can be deployed to administratively-defined groups of Geronimo servers
+- WADI can now be used to support clustering of web applications for Geronimo
+  configurations which use the Tomcat Web Container (WADI support for Jetty was
+  in previous releases). 
+- Applications can be deployed to administratively-defined groups of Geronimo
+  servers
 
 Monitoring Console Plugin
-- The monitoring console plugin provides monitoring support in the Geronimo admin console.

-  The monitoring console can gather statistics and performance data from multiple Geronimo

-  servers and graphically display this data to users.
+- The monitoring console plugin provides monitoring support in the Geronimo
+  admin console.  The monitoring console can gather statistics and performance
+  data from multiple Geronimo servers and graphically display this data to
+  users.
 
 
 Geronimo @VERSION@ Issues Resolved
@@ -93,9 +96,9 @@
 - Little-G with Jetty web container, minimal configuration.
 - Geronimo framework, stripped down Geronimo pluggable framework.
 
-Note: Non-Certified distributions do not contain a complete JavaEE5 stack and so 
-cannot be certified.  Certified distributions can be reconfigured by the user 
-(such as Tomcat web container with CXF for Web Services). 
+Note: Non-Certified distributions do not contain a complete JavaEE5 stack and
+so cannot be certified.  Certified distributions can be reconfigured by the
+user (such as Tomcat web container with CXF for Web Services). 
 
 
 Supported features



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