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From catl...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: jakarta-taglibs/mailer/xml mailer.xml
Date Fri, 30 Nov 2001 20:01:31 GMT
catlett     01/11/30 12:01:31

  Modified:    mailer/xml mailer.xml
  Log:
  documentation for basice authentication has been added
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.4       +39 -15    jakarta-taglibs/mailer/xml/mailer.xml
  
  Index: mailer.xml
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-taglibs/mailer/xml/mailer.xml,v
  retrieving revision 1.3
  retrieving revision 1.4
  diff -u -r1.3 -r1.4
  --- mailer.xml	2001/11/26 20:03:22	1.3
  +++ mailer.xml	2001/11/30 20:01:31	1.4
  @@ -173,22 +173,9 @@
         <restrictions>None</restrictions>
   
         <attribute>
  -        <name>authenticate</name>
  -        <required>no</required>
  -        <rtexprvalue>no</rtexprvalue>
  -        <description>
  -	    A value of true of false tells the mailer taglib if the mail server
  -	    uses authentication. The default value is false. If the value is set
  -	    to true and the mail server uses authentication the user will be 
  -	    prompted for a name and password before the mail is sent.
  -	</description>
  -        <availability>1.1</availability>
  -      </attribute>
  -
  -      <attribute>
           <name>server</name>
           <required>no</required>
  -        <rtexprvalue>no</rtexprvalue>
  +        <rtexprvalue>yes</rtexprvalue>
           <description>
   	    This attribute allows you to set the SMTP host if it is going to be
   	    other than localhost.
  @@ -219,6 +206,43 @@
         </attribute>
   
         <attribute>
  +        <name>authenticate</name>
  +        <required>no</required>
  +        <rtexprvalue>no</rtexprvalue>
  +        <description>
  +	    A value of true of false tells the mailer taglib if the mail server
  +	    uses authentication. The default value is false. If the value is set
  +	    to true and the mail server uses authentication, there are two 
  +            methods which can be used to authenticate the user to the mail
  +            server.<br/>
  +            1.  Provide the user and password attributes.<br/>
  +            2.  Do not provide the user and password attributes, the user will
  +	        be prompted for a name and password before the mail is sent.
  +	</description>
  +        <availability>1.1</availability>
  +      </attribute>
  +
  +      <attribute>
  +        <name>user</name>
  +        <required>no</required>
  +        <rtexprvalue>yes</rtexprvalue>
  +        <description>
  +	    This attribute allows you to set the SMTP user to login
  +	</description>
  +        <availability>1.0</availability>
  +      </attribute>
  +
  +      <attribute>
  +        <name>password</name>
  +        <required>no</required>
  +        <rtexprvalue>yes</rtexprvalue>
  +        <description>
  +	    This attribute allows you to set the SMTP user password to login
  +	</description>
  +        <availability>1.0</availability>
  +      </attribute>
  +
  +      <attribute>
           <name>to</name>
           <required>no</required>
           <rtexprvalue>no</rtexprvalue>
  @@ -450,7 +474,7 @@
     
         <description>
            Used to set any type of recipient to an e-mail. Two attributes are 
  -	 required, type and setress. Type may be either "to", "cc", or "bcc" and
  +	 required, type and address. Type may be either "to", "cc", or "bcc" and
   	 address should be a string representation of the recipients e-mail 
   	 address.
         </description>
  
  
  

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