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Subject svn commit: r887859 [3/6] - in /geronimo/server/branches/2.2/plugins: activemq/activemq-portlets/src/main/i18n-resources/ console/console-base-portlets/src/main/i18n-resources/ console/console-portal-driver/src/main/i18n-resources/ console/console-port...
Date Mon, 07 Dec 2009 08:10:26 GMT
Modified: geronimo/server/branches/2.2/plugins/console/plugin-portlets/src/main/i18n-resources/pluginportlets_en.properties
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/geronimo/server/branches/2.2/plugins/console/plugin-portlets/src/main/i18n-resources/pluginportlets_en.properties?rev=887859&r1=887858&r2=887859&view=diff
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--- geronimo/server/branches/2.2/plugins/console/plugin-portlets/src/main/i18n-resources/pluginportlets_en.properties
(original)
+++ geronimo/server/branches/2.2/plugins/console/plugin-portlets/src/main/i18n-resources/pluginportlets_en.properties
Mon Dec  7 08:10:25 2009
@@ -21,24 +21,24 @@
 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.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.addRepository                      = Add repository
 car.common.assemble                           = Assemble
 car.common.author                             = Author
 car.common.category                           = Category
-car.common.createGeronimoPlugin               = Create Geronimo Plugin
+car.common.createGeronimoPlugin               = Create Geronimo plugin
 car.common.dependencies                       = Dependencies
-car.common.downloadRepositories               = Download Repositories
-car.common.exportPlugin                       = Export Plugin
+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.newRepository                      = New repository
 car.common.obsoletes                          = Obsoletes
 car.common.openSource                         = Open Source
 car.common.pluginURL                          = Plugin URL
@@ -53,38 +53,38 @@
 car.common.prerequisite3Type                  = Prerequisite 3 Type
 car.common.prerequisites                      = Prerequisites
 car.common.proprietary                        = Proprietary
-car.common.removePlugins                      = Remove Geronimo Plugins
+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.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.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.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.ExpertUser.desp        = Choose the application plugins and system
plugins by configIds to construct your server.  Choose this mode only 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 User
 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.desp                   = Assemble a server from geronimo plugins in
the current server.  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.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</tt> properties.</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.desp              = <p>Install geronimo plugins from a
local or remote repository into the current Geronimo server.</p> <p>Click 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 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.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 then
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: 
@@ -118,7 +118,7 @@
 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.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 ( for example, <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.
@@ -185,8 +185,8 @@
 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.digestAlgorithmExp                          = Message Digest algorithm (for
example, MD5, SHA1 and so on) used on the passwords.  Leave this field empty if no digest
algorithm is used.
+realmwizard._sql.digestEncodingExp                           = Encoding to use for digests
(for example, 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>
@@ -198,11 +198,11 @@
 realmwizard.advanced.failuresWithin                          = failures within
 realmwizard.advanced.failuresWithinSeconds                   = seconds
 realmwizard.advanced.global                                  = Global
-realmwizard.advanced.global.description                      = If global, security realm
name must be unique but is available to ejbs. If not global, name does not need to be unique.
In any case, realm plugin must be a parent of a web app to be visible to that app.
+realmwizard.advanced.global.description                      = If global, security realm
name must be unique but is available to EJBs. If not global, name does not need to be unique.
In any case, realm plugin must be a parent of a web app to be visible to that app.
 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.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 defence 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
@@ -253,7 +253,7 @@
 realmwizard.configure.certprops.groupsURI.name               = Groups File URI
 realmwizard.configure.certprops.usersURI.description         = The location of a properties
file (relative to the Geronimo home dir) holding certificate to user mapping information.
 The format of each line should be <tt>username=certificatename</tt> where certificate
name is <tt>X509Certificate.getSubjectX500Principal().getName()</tt>
 realmwizard.configure.certprops.usersURI.name                = Users File URI
-realmwizard.configure.ldap.authentication.description        = The security level to use,
which can be <tt>none</tt>, <tt>simple</tt>, or <tt>strong</tt>
(the usual value is <tt>simple</tt>.  If this property is unspecified, the behavior
is determined by the service provider.
+realmwizard.configure.ldap.authentication.description        = The security level to use,
which can be <tt>none</tt>, <tt>simple</tt>, or <tt>strong</tt>
(the usual value is <tt>simple</tt>.  If this property is unspecified, the behaviour
is determined by the service provider.
 realmwizard.configure.ldap.authentication.name               = Authentication
 realmwizard.configure.ldap.connectionPassword.description    = The password used to connect
to the LDAP server.
 realmwizard.configure.ldap.connectionPassword.name           = Connect Password
@@ -261,7 +261,7 @@
 realmwizard.configure.ldap.connectionProtocol.name           = Connect Protocol
 realmwizard.configure.ldap.connectionURL.description         = A URL that describes how to
connect to the LDAP server.  Normally this would be <tt>ldap://ldap-server-hostname:389</tt>
(or for the Apache directory server included with Geronimo, <tt>ldap://localhost:1389</tt>).
 realmwizard.configure.ldap.connectionURL.name                = Connection URL
-realmwizard.configure.ldap.connectionUsername.description    = The user name used to connect
to the LDAP server.  Should be an administrator or Directory manager that has access to examine
other users' passwords.
+realmwizard.configure.ldap.connectionUsername.description    = The username used to connect
to the LDAP server.  Should be an administrator or Directory manager that has access to examine
other users' passwords.
 realmwizard.configure.ldap.connectionUsername.name           = Connect Username
 realmwizard.configure.ldap.initialContextFactory.description = The fully-qualified class
name of the initial context factory.  If you don't know what to use here, you should use <tt>com.sun.jndi.ldap.LdapCtxFactory</tt>.
 realmwizard.configure.ldap.initialContextFactory.name        = Initial Context Factory
@@ -281,9 +281,9 @@
 realmwizard.configure.ldap.userSearchMatching.name           = User Search Matching
 realmwizard.configure.ldap.userSearchSubtree.description     = If set to <tt>true</tt>,
then subtrees under the "User Base" will be searched for users too.  If set to <tt>false</tt>,
then only the "User Base" location itself will be searched.
 realmwizard.configure.ldap.userSearchSubtree.name            = User Search Subtree
-realmwizard.configure.props.digest.description               = Message Digest algorithm (e.g.
MD5, SHA1, etc.) used on the passwords.  Leave this field empty if no digest algorithm is
used.
+realmwizard.configure.props.digest.description               = Message Digest algorithm (for
example, MD5, SHA1 and so on) used on the passwords.  Leave this field empty if no digest
algorithm is used.
 realmwizard.configure.props.digest.name                      = Digest Algorithm
-realmwizard.configure.props.encoding.description             = 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.configure.props.encoding.description             = Encoding to use for digests
(for example, hex, base64).  This is used only if a Message Digest algorithm is specified.
 If no encoding is specified, hex will be used.
 realmwizard.configure.props.encoding.name                    = Digest Encoding
 realmwizard.configure.props.groupsURI.description            = The location of a properties
file (relative to the Geronimo home dir) holding group information.  The format of each line
should be <tt>group=user,user,...</tt>.
 realmwizard.configure.props.groupsURI.name                   = Groups File URI



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