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Subject svn commit: r548589 - in /webservices/sandesha/trunk/c: INSTALL README
Date Tue, 19 Jun 2007 05:04:31 GMT
Author: samisa
Date: Mon Jun 18 22:04:30 2007
New Revision: 548589

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?view=rev&rev=548589
Log:
Fixed some typos

Modified:
    webservices/sandesha/trunk/c/INSTALL
    webservices/sandesha/trunk/c/README

Modified: webservices/sandesha/trunk/c/INSTALL
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/webservices/sandesha/trunk/c/INSTALL?view=diff&rev=548589&r1=548588&r2=548589
==============================================================================
--- webservices/sandesha/trunk/c/INSTALL (original)
+++ webservices/sandesha/trunk/c/INSTALL Mon Jun 18 22:04:30 2007
@@ -1,20 +1,20 @@
 SANDESHA2 INSTALL
 =================
-1. Installing Sandesha2C source release on Linux
+1. Installing Sandesha2/C source release on Linux
 
-    - This version of Sandesha2C depends on Axis2C 1.0
-        - Download Axis2C from http://ws.apache.org/axis2/c/download.cgi and
+    - This version of Sandesha2/C depends on Axis2/C 1.0
+        - Download Axis2/C from http://ws.apache.org/axis2/c/download.cgi and
           install.
-    - Go to Sandesha2C source directory
+    - Go to Sandesha2/C source directory
     - Run configure with AXIS2 include path.
         ./configure --prefix=<axis2c_deploy_path> --enable-static=no --with-axis2=<axis2c_deploy_path>
     - Run make and make install
 
-    This will install the sandesha2c as a module in axis2c in <axis2c_deploy_path>/modules
folder. The module
-    folder contains the sandesha2c libraries and the module.xml file.
+    This will install the Sandesha2/C as a module in Axis2/C in <axis2c_deploy_path>/modules
folder. The module
+    folder contains the Sandesha2/C libraries and the module.xml file.
 
-2. Installing Sandesha2C binary release on Linux
-   Sandesha2c binary distribution for linux has the following folder structure. 
+2. Installing Sandesha2/C binary release on Linux
+   Sandesha2/C binary distribution for Linux has the following folder structure. 
    
     Sandesha2
         |
@@ -31,17 +31,17 @@
         + - bin (database scripts)
         + - bin/samples ( sample executables)
 
-    To deploy sandesha2c in axis2c running environment copy the modules/sandesha2 into <axis2c_deploy_path>/modules
folder.
-    Do the neccessary changes to the <axis2c_deploy_path>/axis2.xml to run sandesha2c(Refer
to the sample config/axis2.xml
+    To deploy Sandesha2/C in Axis2/C running environment copy the modules/sandesha2 into
<axis2c_deploy_path>/modules folder.
+    Do the necessary changes to the <axis2c_deploy_path>/axis2.xml to run Sandesha2/C(Refer
to the sample config/axis2.xml
     for help).
 
 
-3 Installing Sandesha2c on WIN32
+3 Installing Sandesha2/C on WIN32
 
     1. Building from source distribution
 
-    i. You need to have unziped axis2c 1.0 release binary to some folder.
-    ii. Sandesha2 can be used with one of following two databse systems.
+    i. You need to have unziped Axis2/C 1.0 release binary to some folder.
+    ii. Sandesha2/C can be used with one of following two database systems.
             (sqlite, MySql) 
         So install one of above database systems on your machine.
     iii. On your cmd.exe cd to <sandesha2 src>\build\win32
@@ -55,7 +55,7 @@
 
     2. Configuring sandesha2 module
 
-    Sandesha2 binary distribution will have following directory structure.
+    Sandesha2/C binary distribution will have following directory structure.
 
     Sandesha2
         |
@@ -77,37 +77,31 @@
     Now you should be able to run the samples.
 
  Note: 1.
-        Sandesha2 has two main storage mechanisms call inmemory and persistent. The persistent
storage could use
-        either sqlite or mysql as it's database manager.
+        Sandesha2/C has two main storage mechanisms call in-memory and persistent. The persistent
storage could use
+        either sqlite or MySQL as it's database manager.
         By default sandesha2 use the persistent storage with sqlite as the database. 
         It is assumed that sqlite3.h in /usr/include include directory. If you have different
include path for
         sqlite3.h then add the configure option --with-sqlite=<sqlite include file path>
to the configure options
         above. If is assumed that libsqlite3.so is in the /usr/lib folder
         To run samples in persistent/sqlite mode copy sandesha2c/config/sqlite_schema.sh/.bat
to a directory where you
         will create your sqlite database file and execute it to create the database schema.
sqlite3 is an embedded 
-        database which need no configuration. If you use axis2c apache2 module instead of
simple_axis2_server make 
-        sure that apache2 user can access the sqlite database files sandesha2_svr_db and
sandesha2_client_db.
+        database which need no configuration. If you use Axis2/C Apache2 module instead of
simple_axis2_server make 
+        sure that Apache2 user can access the sqlite database files sandesha2_svr_db and
sandesha2_client_db.
 
-        if you want to use the inmemory storage instead, change the entry in the sandesha2_constants.h
+        if you want to use the in-memory storage instead, change the entry in the sandesha2_constants.h
         file.
             #define SANDESHA2_DEFAULT_STORAGE_MGR "persistent" as
             #define SANDESHA2_DEFAULT_STORAGE_MGR "inmemory".
 
-        If you want to use persistent storage with mysql then add the option --with-mysql=<mysql
include file path>
+        If you want to use persistent storage with MySQL then add the option --with-mysql=<MySQL
include file path>
         to the configure options above. It is assumed that libmysqlclient.so is in /usr/lib
folder. It is recommended
-        to use mysql database for any erious use. It is not included as as the default database
because of licencing issues.
+        to use MySQL database for any serious use. It is not included as as the default database
because of licensing issues.
         To run samples in persistent/mysql mode run sandesha2c/config/mysql_schema.sh and
sandesha2c/config/init_mysql.sh
-        to create the database schema. The database parameters for mysql should
+        to create the database schema. The database parameters for MySQL should
         be included in module.xml. The defaults for server, user and password are localhost,
g,g.
 
       2.
-       Sandesha2 module is installed into <axis2c_deploy_path>/modules/sandesha2c directory.
The installed module contain
+       Sandesha2/C module is installed into <axis2c_deploy_path>/modules/sandesha2c
directory. The installed module contain
        libsandesha2.so, module.xml. The sample clients are installed into <axis2c_deploy_path>/bin/samples
        directory. Sample services are installed into <axis2c_deploy_path>/services
directory.
 
-               
-
-
-
-     
-                                        

Modified: webservices/sandesha/trunk/c/README
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/webservices/sandesha/trunk/c/README?view=diff&rev=548589&r1=548588&r2=548589
==============================================================================
--- webservices/sandesha/trunk/c/README (original)
+++ webservices/sandesha/trunk/c/README Mon Jun 18 22:04:30 2007
@@ -1,12 +1,12 @@
-                        Apache Sandesha2C
+                        Apache Sandesha2/C
 
   What is it?
   -----------
-  Sandesha2C is a C implementation of WS-ReliableMessaging specification 
-  published by IBM, Microsoft, BEA and TIBCO. Sandesha2C is built on top 
-  of Axis2C. Therefore by using Sandesha2C you can add reliable messaging 
-  capability to the web services hosted using Axis2C. Sandesha2C can also 
-  be used with Axis2C client to interact with already hosted web services 
+  Sandesha2/C is a C implementation of WS-ReliableMessaging specification 
+  published by IBM, Microsoft, BEA and TIBCO. Sandesha2/C is built on top 
+  of Axis2/C. Therefore by using Sandesha2/C you can add reliable messaging 
+  capability to the web services hosted using Axis2/C. Sandesha2/C can also 
+  be used with Axis2/C client to interact with already hosted web services 
   in a reliable manner. Read Sandesha2 Architecture guide to see how 
   Sandesha2 work internally. 
   
@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@
 
   Acknowledgments
   ----------------
-  Apache Sandesha2C relies heavily on the use of autoconf and libtool to
+  Apache Sandesha2/C relies heavily on the use of autoconf and libtool to
   provide a build environment.
 
   Installation
@@ -115,7 +115,7 @@
 
 Known Issues
 
-Please keep in mind the following when using sandesha2c with axis2c.
+Please keep in mind the following when using Sandesha2/C with Axis2/C.
 
 1. Comment the line no:295 in src/core/transport/http/receiver/http_svr_thread.c
    axutil_free_thread_env(thread_env);
@@ -133,6 +133,5 @@
    be the database is corrupted for some reason. Try rerunning the  the database
    scripts to clean the database.
 
-Some of the above changes may lead to memory leaks in axis2c. This will be fixed for the
next release
-of Axis2 C and Sandesha2 C and soon for the nightly builds.
+Some of the above changes may lead to memory leaks in Axis2/C. 
 



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