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From dez...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r726868 [1/2] - in /openjpa/branches/1.1.x: openjpa-kernel/src/main/resources/org/apache/openjpa/conf/ openjpa-persistence-jdbc/ openjpa-persistence-jdbc/src/test/java/org/apache/openjpa/persistence/conf/
Date Mon, 15 Dec 2008 23:01:02 GMT
Author: dezzio
Date: Mon Dec 15 15:01:01 2008
New Revision: 726868

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=726868&view=rev
Log:
Completed the adaption of this test case for OpenJPA (real work done by Amy Yang)

Modified:
    openjpa/branches/1.1.x/openjpa-kernel/src/main/resources/org/apache/openjpa/conf/localizer.properties
    openjpa/branches/1.1.x/openjpa-persistence-jdbc/pom.xml
    openjpa/branches/1.1.x/openjpa-persistence-jdbc/src/test/java/org/apache/openjpa/persistence/conf/TestOpenJPAConfiguration.java

Modified: openjpa/branches/1.1.x/openjpa-kernel/src/main/resources/org/apache/openjpa/conf/localizer.properties
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/openjpa/branches/1.1.x/openjpa-kernel/src/main/resources/org/apache/openjpa/conf/localizer.properties?rev=726868&r1=726867&r2=726868&view=diff
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--- openjpa/branches/1.1.x/openjpa-kernel/src/main/resources/org/apache/openjpa/conf/localizer.properties (original)
+++ openjpa/branches/1.1.x/openjpa-kernel/src/main/resources/org/apache/openjpa/conf/localizer.properties Mon Dec 15 15:01:01 2008
@@ -1,586 +1,597 @@
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-# "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.  
-
-ClassResolver-name: Class resolver
-ClassResolver-desc: The org.apache.openjpa.util.ClassResolver implementation \
-    that should be used for class resolution.  Defaults to a spec-compliant \
-    resolver.
-ClassResolver-type: General
-ClassResolver-cat: Persistence.Classes
-ClassResolver-displayorder: 50
-ClassResolver-expert: true
-ClassResolver-interface: org.apache.openjpa.util.ClassResolver
-
-BrokerFactory-name: BrokerFactory implementation
-BrokerFactory-desc: The name of the org.apache.openjpa.kernel.BrokerFactory \
-    class that Bootstrap.getBrokerFactory should create.  Typically \
-	org.apache.openjpa.jdbc.kernel.JDBCBrokerFactory
-BrokerFactory-type: Persistence
-BrokerFactory-cat: Persistence.Advanced
-BrokerFactory-displayorder: 50
-
-BrokerImpl-name: Broker implementation
-BrokerImpl-desc: Broker plugin and properties.  If you use a custom class, it \
-	must extend org.apache.openjpa.kernel.BrokerImpl.
-BrokerImpl-type: General
-BrokerImpl-cat: Persistence.Advanced
-BrokerImpl-displayorder: 50
-BrokerImpl-expert: true
-BrokerImpl-interface: org.apache.openjpa.kernel.BrokerImpl
-
-DataCache-name: Data cache
-DataCache-desc: Plugin used to cache data loaded from the data store. Must \
-	implement org.apache.openjpa.datacache.DataCache.
-DataCache-type: General
-DataCache-cat: Cache
-DataCache-displayorder: 50
-DataCache-expert: true
-DataCache-interface: org.apache.openjpa.datacache.DataCache
-
-DataCacheManager-name: Data cache
-DataCacheManager-desc: Plugin used to manage configuration''s cache instances.
-DataCacheManager-type: General
-DataCacheManager-cat: Cache
-DataCacheManager-displayorder: 50
-DataCacheManager-expert: true
-DataCacheManager-interface: org.apache.openjpa.datacache.DataCacheManager
-
-DataCacheTimeout-name: Default data cache timeout
-DataCacheTimeout-desc: The number of milliseconds that data in the data cache \
-	is valid for. A value of 0 or less means that by default, cached data does \
-	not time out.
-DataCacheTimeout-type: General
-DataCacheTimeout-cat: Cache
-DataCacheTimeout-displayorder: 50
-DataCacheTimeout-expert: true
-
-QueryCache-name: Query cache
-QueryCache-desc: Plugin used to cache query results loaded from the data \
-	store. Must implement org.apache.openjpa.datacache.QueryCache.
-QueryCache-type: General
-QueryCache-cat: Cache.Queries
-QueryCache-displayorder: 50
-QueryCache-expert: true
-QueryCache-interface: org.apache.openjpa.datacache.QueryCache
-
-QueryCompilationCache-name: Query compilation cache
-QueryCompilationCache-desc: Plugin used to cache query compilation data. \
-	Must implement java.util.Map. Does not need to be thread-safe -- it will \
-	be wrapped via the Collections.synchronizedMap() method if it does not \
-	extend org.apache.openjpa.util.CacheMap.
-QueryCompilationCache-type: General
-QueryCompilationCache-cat: Cache.Queries
-QueryCompilationCache-displayorder: 50
-QueryCompilationCache-expert: true
-QueryCompilationCache-interface: java.util.Map
-
-RemoteCommitProvider-name: Remote commit provider
-RemoteCommitProvider-desc: Plugin used to communicate commit information \
-	among JVMs. Must implement org.apache.openjpa.event.RemoteCommitProvider.
-RemoteCommitProvider-type: General
-RemoteCommitProvider-cat: Cache
-RemoteCommitProvider-displayorder: 50
-RemoteCommitProvider-expert: true
-RemoteCommitProvider-interface: org.apache.openjpa.event.RemoteCommitProvider
-
-TransactionMode-name: Transaction mode
-TransactionMode-desc: Either "local" or "managed".
-TransactionMode-type: Connecting
-TransactionMode-cat: Persistence.Transactions
-TransactionMode-displayorder: 50
-
-ManagedRuntime-name: Managed runtime
-ManagedRuntime-desc: Plugin used to integrate with an external transaction \
-	manager.  Must implement org.apache.openjpa.kernel.ManagedRuntime.
-ManagedRuntime-type: General
-ManagedRuntime-cat: Persistence.Advanced
-ManagedRuntime-displayorder: 50
-ManagedRuntime-expert: true
-ManagedRuntime-interface: org.apache.openjpa.ee.ManagedRuntime
-
-FetchBatchSize-name: Default fetch batch size
-FetchBatchSize-desc: The number of rows that will be pre-fetched when \
-	an element in a result is accessed.  Use -1 to pre-fetch all results.
-FetchBatchSize-type: Optimization
-FetchBatchSize-cat: Fetching
-FetchBatchSize-displayorder: 50
-FetchBatchSize-expert: true
-
-MaxFetchDepth-name: Maximum fetch depth.
-MaxFetchDepth-desc: The maximum relation depth to traverse when eager \
-    fetching, or -1 for no limit.
-MaxFetchDepth-type: Optimization
-MaxFetchDepth-cat: Fetching
-MaxFetchDepth-displayorder: 50
-MaxFetchDepth-expert: true
-
-FetchGroups-name: Fetch groups to add to default fetch group
-FetchGroups-desc: A comma-separated list of fetch group names that wll be \
-	loaded by default when fetching data from the data store.
-FetchGroups-type: Optimization
-FetchGroups-cat: Fetching
-FetchGroups-displayorder: 50
-FetchGroups-expert: true
-
-FlushBeforeQueries-name: Automatically flush changes before queries
-FlushBeforeQueries-desc: Whether or not OpenJPA should automatically flush \
-	modifications to the data store before executing queries.
-FlushBeforeQueries-type: General
-FlushBeforeQueries-cat: Queries
-FlushBeforeQueries-displayorder: 50
-FlushBeforeQueries-expert: true
-
-LockTimeout-name: Object lock timeout
-LockTimeout-desc: The number of milliseconds to wait for an object lock before \
-	throwing an exception, or -1 for no limit.
-LockTimeout-type: Optimization
-LockTimeout-cat: Locking
-LockTimeout-displayorder: 50
-LockTimeout-expert: true
-
-ReadLockLevel-name: Default transactional read lock level
-ReadLockLevel-desc: The default lock level to use when loading objects within \
-	non-optimistic transactions.  Set to none, read, write, or the numeric \
-	value of the desired lock level for your lock manager.
-ReadLockLevel-type: Optimization
-ReadLockLevel-cat: Locking
-ReadLockLevel-displayorder: 50
-ReadLockLevel-expert: true
-
-WriteLockLevel-name: Default transactional write lock level
-WriteLockLevel-desc: The default lock level to use when changing objects \
-	within non-optimistic transactions.  Set to none, read, write, or the \
-	numeric value of the desired lock level for your lock manager.
-WriteLockLevel-type: Optimization
-WriteLockLevel-cat: Locking
-WriteLockLevel-displayorder: 50
-WriteLockLevel-expert: true
-
-Sequence-name: Default system sequence
-Sequence-desc: The default org.apache.openjpa.runime.Seq for system use.
-Sequence-type: General
-Sequence-cat: Mappings.Defaults
-Sequence-displayorder: 50
-Sequence-expert: true
-Sequence-interface: org.apache.openjpa.kernel.Seq
-
-AutoClear-name: Auto clear values
-AutoClear-desc: If "datastore", an object''s field values clears when it \
-	enters a datastore transaction.  If "all", object field values also \
-	clear when entering optimistic transactions.
-AutoClear-type: General
-AutoClear-cat: Persistence.Transactions.Advanced
-AutoClear-displayorder: 50
-
-ConnectionRetainMode-name: Connection retain mode
-ConnectionRetainMode-desc: This property dictates when OpenJPA will retain and \
-	release data store connections.  Available options are "on-demand" for \
-	retaining a connection only during pessimistic transactions and data store \
-	operations, "transaction" for retaining a connection for the life of each \
-	transaction, or "always" to indicate that a persistence context should \
-	retain and reuse a single connection for its entire lifespan.
-ConnectionRetainMode-type: Connecting
-ConnectionRetainMode-cat: Connecting.Advanced
-ConnectionRetainMode-displayorder: 50
-ConnectionRetainMode-expert: true
-
-FilterListeners-name: Query filter listeners
-FilterListeners-desc: A comma-separated list of query filter listeners to add \
-	to the default list of extensions.  Each listener must implement the \
-	org.apache.openjpa.kernel.FilterListener interface.
-FilterListeners-type: General
-FilterListeners-cat: Queries.Extensions
-FilterListeners-displayorder: 50
-FilterListeners-expert: true
-
-AggregateListeners-name: Query aggregate listeners
-AggregateListeners-desc: A comma-separated list of query aggregate listeners \
-	to add to the default list of extensions.  Each listener must implement \
-	the org.apache.openjpa.kernel.AggregateListener interface.
-AggregateListeners-type: General
-AggregateListeners-cat: Queries.Extensions
-AggregateListeners-displayorder: 50
-AggregateListeners-expert: true
-
-RetryClassRegistration-name: Retry class registration
-RetryClassRegistration-desc: Whether to log a warning and defer registration \
-	when a registered persistent class cannot be processed, instead of \
-	throwing an exception.  Should only be set to true under complex \
-	classloader topologies that are causing registration errors.
-RetryClassRegistration-type: General
-RetryClassRegistration-cat: Persistence.Classes
-RetryClassRegistration-displayorder: 60
-RetryClassRegistration-expert: true
-
-ProxyManager-name: Proxy manager
-ProxyManager-desc: Plugin used to proxy second class object fields of managed \
-	instances.  Must implement org.apache.openjpa.util.ProxyManager.
-ProxyManager-type: General
-ProxyManager-cat: Persistence.Advanced
-ProxyManager-displayorder: 50
-ProxyManager-expert: true
-
-ConnectionProperties-name: Connection properties
-ConnectionProperties-desc: A comma-separated list of properties to be passed \
-	to the database driver when obtaining a connection. Properties are of the \
-	form "key=value".  If the given driver class is a DataSource, these \
-	properties will be used to configure the bean properties of the DataSource. 
-ConnectionProperties-type: Connecting
-ConnectionProperties-cat: Connecting.Advanced
-ConnectionProperties-displayorder: 50
-
-ConnectionFactoryMode-name: ConnectionFactory mode
-ConnectionFactoryMode-desc: The type of data source in use.  Available options \
-	are "local" for a standard data source under OpenJPA''s control, or \
-	"managed" for a data source managed by an application server and \
-	automatically enlisted in global transactions.
-ConnectionFactoryMode-type: Connecting
-ConnectionFactoryMode-cat: Database.Transactions
-ConnectionFactoryMode-displayorder: 50
-ConnectionFactoryMode-expert: true
-
-ConnectionFactoryProperties-name: Connection factory properties
-ConnectionFactoryProperties-desc: A comma-separated list of properties \
-	used to configure the javax.sql.DataSource used as the ConnectionFactory. \
-	Each property should be of the form "key=value", where "key" is the name \
-	of some bean-like property of the data source.
-ConnectionFactoryProperties-type: Connecting
-ConnectionFactoryProperties-cat: Connecting.Advanced
-ConnectionFactoryProperties-displayorder: 50
-
-Connection2UserName-name: Unmanaged connection username
-Connection2UserName-desc: The username for the connection listed in \
-	Connection2URL.
-Connection2UserName-type: Connecting
-Connection2UserName-cat: Connecting.XA
-Connection2UserName-displayorder: 50
-Connection2UserName-expert: true
-
-Connection2Password-name: Unmanaged connection password
-Connection2Password-desc: The password for the user specified in \
-	Connection2UserName
-Connection2Password-type: Connecting
-Connection2Password-cat: Connecting.XA
-Connection2Password-displayorder: 50
-Connection2Password-expert: true
-
-Connection2URL-name: Unmanaged connection URL
-Connection2URL-desc: The URL for the unmanaged data source.
-Connection2URL-type: Connecting
-Connection2URL-cat: Connecting.XA
-Connection2URL-displayorder: 50
-Connection2URL-expert: true
-
-Connection2DriverName-name: Unmanaged connection driver
-Connection2DriverName-desc: The class name of the database driver, or an \
-	instance of a DataSource to use to connect to the unmanaged data source.
-Connection2DriverName-type: Connecting
-Connection2DriverName-cat: Connecting.XA
-Connection2DriverName-displayorder: 50
-Connection2DriverName-expert: true
-
-Connection2Properties-name: Non-XA connection properties
-Connection2Properties-desc: A comma-separated list of properties to be passed \
-	to the unmanaged database driver when obtaining a connection. Properties \
-	are of the form "key=value".  If the given driver class is a DataSource, \
-	these properties will be used to configure the bean properties of the \
-	DataSource. 
-Connection2Properties-type: Connecting
-Connection2Properties-cat: Connecting.XA
-Connection2Properties-displayorder: 50
-Connection2Properties-expert: true
-
-ConnectionFactory2Properties-name: Unmanaged connection factory properties
-ConnectionFactory2Properties-desc: A comma-separated list of properties \
-	used to configure the javax.sql.DataSource used as the unmanaged \
-	ConnectionFactory. Each property should be of the form "key=value", \
-	where "key" is the name of some bean-like property of the data source.
-ConnectionFactory2Properties-type: Connecting
-ConnectionFactory2Properties-cat: Connecting.XA
-ConnectionFactory2Properties-displayorder: 50
-ConnectionFactory2Properties-expert: true
-
-Optimistic-name: Optimistic transactions
-Optimistic-desc: Selects between optimistic and pessimistic (data store) \
-	transactional modes.
-Optimistic-type: Persistence
-Optimistic-cat: Persistence.Transactions
-Optimistic-displayorder: 50
-
-RetainState-name: Retain values
-RetainState-desc: If true, then fields in a persistence-capable object that \
-	have been read during a transaction must be preserved in memory after the \
-	transaction commits. Otherwise, persistence-capable objects must \
-	transition to the hollow state upon commit, meaning that subsequent reads \
-	will result in a database round-trip.
-RetainState-type: Persistence
-RetainState-cat: Persistence.Transactions.Advanced
-RetainState-displayorder: 50
-
-RestoreState-name: Restore state
-RestoreState-desc: If true, then immutable fields in a persistence-capable \
-	object that have been changed during a transaction will be restored to \
-	their original values upon a rollback. If set to "all", mutable fields \
-	will also be restored.  If false, the values will not be changed upon \
-	rollback.
-RestoreState-type: Persistence
-RestoreState-cat: Persistence.Transactions.Advanced
-RestoreState-displayorder: 50
-
-AutoDetach-name: Auto detach
-AutoDetach-desc: A comma separated list of events upon which the managed \
-	instances will be automatically detached.  Events are "close", "commit", \
-	and "nontx-read".
-AutoDetach-type: General
-AutoDetach-cat: Optimization
-AutoDetach-displayorder: 50
-AutoDetach-expert: true
-
-DetachState-name: Detach states
-DetachState-desc: Plugin describing the set of field values which will be \
-	included in the default detach and related options.  These states are \
-	"loaded", "all", and "fetch-groups".
-DetachState-type: General
-DetachState-cat: Optimization
-DetachState-displayorder: 50
-DetachState-expert: true
-
-IgnoreChanges-name: Ignore changes
-IgnoreChanges-desc: If false, then OpenJPA must consider modifications, \
-	deletions, and additions in the current trasnaction when executing a \
-	query.  Else, OpenJPA is free to ignore changes and execute the query \
-	directly against the data store.
-IgnoreChanges-type: Persistence
-IgnoreChanges-cat: Queries
-IgnoreChanges-displayorder: 50
-
-NontransactionalRead-name: Non-transactional read
-NontransactionalRead-desc: If true, then it is possible to read \
-	persistent data outside the context of a transaction. Otherwise, a \
-	transaction must be in progress in order read data.
-NontransactionalRead-type: Persistence
-NontransactionalRead-cat: Persistence.Transactions
-NontransactionalRead-displayorder: 50
-
-NontransactionalWrite-name: Non-transactional write
-NontransactionalWrite-desc: If true, then it is possible to write to \
-	fields of a persistent-nontransactional object when a transaction is not \
-	in progress. If false, such a write will result in an exception.
-NontransactionalWrite-type: Persistence
-NontransactionalWrite-cat: Persistence.Transactions
-NontransactionalWrite-displayorder: 50
-
-Multithreaded-name: Multithreaded
-Multithreaded-desc: If true, then the application plans to have multiple \
-	threads simultaneously accessing a single context or object, so measures \
-	must be taken to ensure that the implementation is thread-safe. Otherwise, \
-	the implementation need not address thread safety.
-Multithreaded-type: Persistence
-Multithreaded-cat: Persistence.Optimization
-Multithreaded-displayorder: 50
-
-ConnectionUserName-name: Connection username
-ConnectionUserName-desc: The username for the connection listed in \
-	ConnectionURL.
-ConnectionUserName-type: Connecting
-ConnectionUserName-cat: Connecting
-ConnectionUserName-displayorder: 50
-
-ConnectionPassword-name: Connection password
-ConnectionPassword-desc: The password for the user specified in \
-	ConnectionUserName
-ConnectionPassword-type: Connecting
-ConnectionPassword-cat: Connecting
-ConnectionPassword-displayorder: 50
-
-ConnectionURL-name: Connection URL
-ConnectionURL-desc: The URL for the data source.
-ConnectionURL-type: Connecting
-ConnectionURL-cat: Connecting
-ConnectionURL-displayorder: 50
-
-ConnectionDriverName-name: Connection driver
-ConnectionDriverName-desc: The class name of the database driver, or an \
-	instance of a DataSource to use to connect to the data source.
-ConnectionDriverName-type: Connecting
-ConnectionDriverName-cat: Connecting
-ConnectionDriverName-displayorder: 50
-
-ConnectionFactoryName-name: Connection factory name
-ConnectionFactoryName-desc: The JNDI name of the connection factory to use \
-	for obtaining connections.
-ConnectionFactoryName-type: Connecting
-ConnectionFactoryName-cat: Connecting.Advanced
-ConnectionFactoryName-displayorder: 50
-
-ConnectionFactory-name: Connection factory
-ConnectionFactory-desc: The factory to use for obtaining datastore connections.
-ConnectionFactory-type: Connecting
-ConnectionFactory-cat: Connecting.Advanced
-ConnectionFactory-displayorder: 50
-
-ConnectionFactory2Name-name: Unmanaged connection factory name
-ConnectionFactory2Name-desc: The JNDI name of the connection factory to use \
-	for finding unmanaged connections.  If specified, this is the connection \
-	that will be used for obtaining sequence numbers.
-ConnectionFactory2Name-type: Connecting
-ConnectionFactory2Name-cat: Connecting.XA
-ConnectionFactory2Name-displayorder: 50
-ConnectionFactory2Name-expert: true
-
-ConnectionFactory2-name: Unmanaged connection factory
-ConnectionFactory2-desc: The factory to use for obtaining unmanaged \
-	datastore connections.
-ConnectionFactory2-type: Connecting
-ConnectionFactory2-cat: Connecting.Advanced
-ConnectionFactory2-displayorder: 50
-
-PersistenceServer-name: Remote persistence support
-PersistenceServer-desc: Define the remote persistence server.
-PersistenceServer-type: General
-PersistenceServer-cat: Persistence.Remote
-PersistenceServer-displayorder: 50
-PersistenceServer-expert: true
-PersistenceServer-interface: org.apache.openjpa.lib.remote.Transport
-
-LockManager-name: Lock manager
-LockManager-desc: Plugin used to handle acquiring locks on persistent \
-	instances.  Must implement org.apache.openjpa.kernel.LockManager.
-LockManager-type: General
-LockManager-cat: Locking
-LockManager-displayorder: 50
-LockManager-expert: true
-LockManager-interface: org.apache.openjpa.kernel.LockManager
-
-InverseManager-name: Inverse manager
-InverseManager-desc: Plugin used to manage inverse relations during flush. \
-	Set to true to use the default inverse manager.  Custom inverse managers \
-	must extend org.apache.openjpa.kernel.InverseManager.
-InverseManager-type: General
-InverseManager-cat: Persistence.Advanced
-InverseManager-displayorder: 50
-InverseManager-expert: true
-InverseManager-interface: org.apache.openjpa.kernel.InverseManager
-
-SavepointManager-name: Savepoint manager
-SavepointManager-desc: Plugin used to create and manage savepoints for \
-	partial rollback/commit support.  Defaults to "in-mem". Custom savepoint \
-	managers must implement org.apache.openjpa.kernel.SavepointManager.
-SavepointManager-type: General
-SavepointManager-cat: Persistence.Advanced
-SavepointManager-displayorder: 50
-SavepointManager-expert: true
-SavepointManager-interface: org.apache.openjpa.kernel.SavepointManager
-
-OrphanedKeyAction-name: Orphaned key action
-OrphanedKeyAction-desc: Action to take when OpenJPA discovers an orphaned key \
-    in the database.  May be a custom action implementing \
-	org.apache.openjpa.event.OrphanedKeyAction.
-OrphanedKeyAction-type: General
-OrphanedKeyAction-cat: Persistence.Advanced
-OrphanedKeyAction-displayorder: 50
-OrphanedKeyAction-expert: true
-OrphanedKeyAction-interface: org.apache.openjpa.event.OrphanedKeyAction
-
-DynamicDataStructs-name: Dynamic data structs
-DynamicDataStructs-desc: Whether to dynamically create custom structs to hold \
-	and transfer persistent state in the OpenJPA data cache and remote \
-	persistence frameworks.  Dynamic structs can reduce data cache \
-	memory consumption, reduce the amount of data serialized back and forth \
-	under remote persistence, and improve the overall performance \
-	of these systems.  However, they increase application warm-up time while \
-	the custom classes are generated and loaded into the JVM.  Set to true to \
-	enable dynamic data structs.
-DynamicDataStructs-type: General
-DynamicDataStructs-cat: Optimization
-DynamicDataStructs-displayorder: 50
-DynamicDataStructs-expert: true
-
-MetaDataFactory-name: Metadata factory
-MetaDataFactory-desc: The org.apache.openjpa.meta.MetaDataFactory that \
-    provides persistence metadata.
-MetaDataFactory-type: General
-MetaDataFactory-cat: Mappings
-MetaDataFactory-displayorder: 50
-MetaDataFactory-interface: org.apache.openjpa.meta.MetaDataFactory
-
-MetaDataRepository-name: Metadata repository
-MetaDataRepository-desc: The org.apache.openjpa.meta.MetaDataRepository that \
-    manages persistence metadata.
-MetaDataRepository-type: General
-MetaDataRepository-cat: Mappings
-MetaDataRepository-displayorder: 50
-MetaDataRepository-interface: org.apache.openjpa.meta.MetaDataRepository
-
-Mapping-name: Datastore mapping
-Mapping-desc: The name of the datastore mapping to use.
-Mapping-type: Persistence
-Mapping-cat: Mappings
-Mapping-displayorder: 50
-
-Compatibility-name: Compatibility Information
-Compatibility-desc: Details about various compatibiity options for the current \
-	environment.
-Compatibility-type: General
-Compatibility-cat: Persistence.Advanced
-Compatibility-displayorder: 50
-Compatibility-expert: true
-Compatibility-interface: org.apache.openjpa.conf.Compatibility
-
-RuntimeUnenhancedClasses-name: Runtime unenhanced classes
-RuntimeUnenhancedClasses-desc: Either "supported", "unsupported", or "warn". \
-    Defaults to "supported".
-RuntimeUnenhancedClasses-type: General
-RuntimeUnenhancedClasses-cat: Optimization
-RuntimeUnenhancedClasses-displayorder: 50
-
-no-named-cf: use a DataSource bound to JNDI
-diff-specs: Attempt to configure for multiple specifications.  Was configured \
-	for "{0}".  Attempt to now configure for "{1}".  This attempt will be \
-	ignored.
-
-cache-marshaller-loaded: Loaded cached data of type {0} from file {1}.
-cache-marshaller-no-inputs: No InputURL or InputResource was specified for \
-    CacheMarshaller {0}. Cannot load data if no input was specified.
-cache-marshaller-load-exception-ignore: An error occurred while loading cached \
-	data from {0}. The exception is logged with this message; it will be \
-	consumed and ignored.
-cache-marshaller-load-exception-fatal: An error occurred while loading cached \
-	data from {0}. The exception is logged with this message; it will be \
-	thrown.
-cache-marshaller-stored: Stored data of type {0} to file {1}.
-cache-marshaller-no-output-file: No OutputFile was specified for \
-    CacheMarshaller {0}. Cannot store data if no output was specified.
-cache-marshaller-store-exception: An error occurred while storing data \
-	to cache in {0}. The exception is logged with this message; it will be \
-	consumed and ignored.
-cache-marshaller-input-url-and-resource-specified: An InputURL and an \
-    InputResource were specified for CacheMarshaller {0}. At most one of these \
-    can be specified.
-cache-marshaller-multiple-resources: Multiple resources exist for resource \
-    location {1} for CacheMarshaller {0}: {2}.
-cache-marshaller-multiple-resources-warn: Multiple resources exist for resource\
-    location {1} for CacheMarshaller {0}: {2}. The first one will be used.
-cache-marshaller-bad-url: An error occurred while loading resource location \
-    {1} for CacheMarshaller {0}.
-cache-marshaller-null-validation-policy: No ValidationPolicy was set for \
-	cache marshaller of type {0}.
-cache-marshaller-null-id: No id was set for cache marshaller of type {0}. The \
-	id value is used by the subsystems within Kodo that use marshallers to \
-	find the right marshaller to use to load and store cached data.
-cache-marshaller-not-found: No cache marshaller found for id {0}.
-cache-marshaller-found: Cache marshaller of type {1} found for id {0}.
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+
+ClassResolver-name: Class resolver
+ClassResolver-desc: The org.apache.openjpa.util.ClassResolver implementation \
+    that should be used for class resolution.  Defaults to a spec-compliant \
+    resolver.
+ClassResolver-type: General
+ClassResolver-cat: Persistence.Classes
+ClassResolver-displayorder: 50
+ClassResolver-expert: true
+ClassResolver-interface: org.apache.openjpa.util.ClassResolver
+
+BrokerFactory-name: BrokerFactory implementation
+BrokerFactory-desc: The name of the org.apache.openjpa.kernel.BrokerFactory \
+    class that Bootstrap.getBrokerFactory should create.  Typically \
+	org.apache.openjpa.jdbc.kernel.JDBCBrokerFactory
+BrokerFactory-type: Persistence
+BrokerFactory-cat: Persistence.Advanced
+BrokerFactory-displayorder: 50
+
+BrokerImpl-name: Broker implementation
+BrokerImpl-desc: Broker plugin and properties.  If you use a custom class, it \
+	must extend org.apache.openjpa.kernel.BrokerImpl.
+BrokerImpl-type: General
+BrokerImpl-cat: Persistence.Advanced
+BrokerImpl-displayorder: 50
+BrokerImpl-expert: true
+BrokerImpl-interface: org.apache.openjpa.kernel.BrokerImpl
+
+DataCache-name: Data cache
+DataCache-desc: Plugin used to cache data loaded from the data store. Must \
+	implement org.apache.openjpa.datacache.DataCache.
+DataCache-type: General
+DataCache-cat: Cache
+DataCache-displayorder: 50
+DataCache-expert: true
+DataCache-interface: org.apache.openjpa.datacache.DataCache
+
+DataCacheManager-name: Data cache
+DataCacheManager-desc: Plugin used to manage configuration''s cache instances.
+DataCacheManager-type: General
+DataCacheManager-cat: Cache
+DataCacheManager-displayorder: 50
+DataCacheManager-expert: true
+DataCacheManager-interface: org.apache.openjpa.datacache.DataCacheManager
+
+DataCacheTimeout-name: Default data cache timeout
+DataCacheTimeout-desc: The number of milliseconds that data in the data cache \
+	is valid for. A value of 0 or less means that by default, cached data does \
+	not time out.
+DataCacheTimeout-type: General
+DataCacheTimeout-cat: Cache
+DataCacheTimeout-displayorder: 50
+DataCacheTimeout-expert: true
+
+QueryCache-name: Query cache
+QueryCache-desc: Plugin used to cache query results loaded from the data \
+	store. Must implement org.apache.openjpa.datacache.QueryCache.
+QueryCache-type: General
+QueryCache-cat: Cache.Queries
+QueryCache-displayorder: 50
+QueryCache-expert: true
+QueryCache-interface: org.apache.openjpa.datacache.QueryCache
+
+QueryCompilationCache-name: Query compilation cache
+QueryCompilationCache-desc: Plugin used to cache query compilation data. \
+	Must implement java.util.Map. Does not need to be thread-safe -- it will \
+	be wrapped via the Collections.synchronizedMap() method if it does not \
+	extend org.apache.openjpa.util.CacheMap.
+QueryCompilationCache-type: General
+QueryCompilationCache-cat: Cache.Queries
+QueryCompilationCache-displayorder: 50
+QueryCompilationCache-expert: true
+QueryCompilationCache-interface: java.util.Map
+
+RemoteCommitProvider-name: Remote commit provider
+RemoteCommitProvider-desc: Plugin used to communicate commit information \
+	among JVMs. Must implement org.apache.openjpa.event.RemoteCommitProvider.
+RemoteCommitProvider-type: General
+RemoteCommitProvider-cat: Cache
+RemoteCommitProvider-displayorder: 50
+RemoteCommitProvider-expert: true
+RemoteCommitProvider-interface: org.apache.openjpa.event.RemoteCommitProvider
+
+TransactionMode-name: Transaction mode
+TransactionMode-desc: Either "local" or "managed".
+TransactionMode-type: Connecting
+TransactionMode-cat: Persistence.Transactions
+TransactionMode-displayorder: 50
+
+ManagedRuntime-name: Managed runtime
+ManagedRuntime-desc: Plugin used to integrate with an external transaction \
+	manager.  Must implement org.apache.openjpa.kernel.ManagedRuntime.
+ManagedRuntime-type: General
+ManagedRuntime-cat: Persistence.Advanced
+ManagedRuntime-displayorder: 50
+ManagedRuntime-expert: true
+ManagedRuntime-interface: org.apache.openjpa.ee.ManagedRuntime
+
+FetchBatchSize-name: Default fetch batch size
+FetchBatchSize-desc: The number of rows that will be pre-fetched when \
+	an element in a result is accessed.  Use -1 to pre-fetch all results.
+FetchBatchSize-type: Optimization
+FetchBatchSize-cat: Fetching
+FetchBatchSize-displayorder: 50
+FetchBatchSize-expert: true
+
+MaxFetchDepth-name: Maximum fetch depth.
+MaxFetchDepth-desc: The maximum relation depth to traverse when eager \
+    fetching, or -1 for no limit.
+MaxFetchDepth-type: Optimization
+MaxFetchDepth-cat: Fetching
+MaxFetchDepth-displayorder: 50
+MaxFetchDepth-expert: true
+
+FetchGroups-name: Fetch groups to add to default fetch group
+FetchGroups-desc: A comma-separated list of fetch group names that wll be \
+	loaded by default when fetching data from the data store.
+FetchGroups-type: Optimization
+FetchGroups-cat: Fetching
+FetchGroups-displayorder: 50
+FetchGroups-expert: true
+
+FlushBeforeQueries-name: Automatically flush changes before queries
+FlushBeforeQueries-desc: Whether or not OpenJPA should automatically flush \
+	modifications to the data store before executing queries.
+FlushBeforeQueries-type: General
+FlushBeforeQueries-cat: Queries
+FlushBeforeQueries-displayorder: 50
+FlushBeforeQueries-expert: true
+
+LockTimeout-name: Object lock timeout
+LockTimeout-desc: The number of milliseconds to wait for an object lock before \
+	throwing an exception, or -1 for no limit.
+LockTimeout-type: Optimization
+LockTimeout-cat: Locking
+LockTimeout-displayorder: 50
+LockTimeout-expert: true
+
+ReadLockLevel-name: Default transactional read lock level
+ReadLockLevel-desc: The default lock level to use when loading objects within \
+	non-optimistic transactions.  Set to none, read, write, or the numeric \
+	value of the desired lock level for your lock manager.
+ReadLockLevel-type: Optimization
+ReadLockLevel-cat: Locking
+ReadLockLevel-displayorder: 50
+ReadLockLevel-expert: true
+
+WriteLockLevel-name: Default transactional write lock level
+WriteLockLevel-desc: The default lock level to use when changing objects \
+	within non-optimistic transactions.  Set to none, read, write, or the \
+	numeric value of the desired lock level for your lock manager.
+WriteLockLevel-type: Optimization
+WriteLockLevel-cat: Locking
+WriteLockLevel-displayorder: 50
+WriteLockLevel-expert: true
+
+Sequence-name: Default system sequence
+Sequence-desc: The default org.apache.openjpa.runime.Seq for system use.
+Sequence-type: General
+Sequence-cat: Mappings.Defaults
+Sequence-displayorder: 50
+Sequence-expert: true
+Sequence-interface: org.apache.openjpa.kernel.Seq
+
+AutoClear-name: Auto clear values
+AutoClear-desc: If "datastore", an object''s field values clears when it \
+	enters a datastore transaction.  If "all", object field values also \
+	clear when entering optimistic transactions.
+AutoClear-type: General
+AutoClear-cat: Persistence.Transactions.Advanced
+AutoClear-displayorder: 50
+
+ConnectionRetainMode-name: Connection retain mode
+ConnectionRetainMode-desc: This property dictates when OpenJPA will retain and \
+	release data store connections.  Available options are "on-demand" for \
+	retaining a connection only during pessimistic transactions and data store \
+	operations, "transaction" for retaining a connection for the life of each \
+	transaction, or "always" to indicate that a persistence context should \
+	retain and reuse a single connection for its entire lifespan.
+ConnectionRetainMode-type: Connecting
+ConnectionRetainMode-cat: Connecting.Advanced
+ConnectionRetainMode-displayorder: 50
+ConnectionRetainMode-expert: true
+
+FilterListeners-name: Query filter listeners
+FilterListeners-desc: A comma-separated list of query filter listeners to add \
+	to the default list of extensions.  Each listener must implement the \
+	org.apache.openjpa.kernel.FilterListener interface.
+FilterListeners-type: General
+FilterListeners-cat: Queries.Extensions
+FilterListeners-displayorder: 50
+FilterListeners-expert: true
+
+AggregateListeners-name: Query aggregate listeners
+AggregateListeners-desc: A comma-separated list of query aggregate listeners \
+	to add to the default list of extensions.  Each listener must implement \
+	the org.apache.openjpa.kernel.AggregateListener interface.
+AggregateListeners-type: General
+AggregateListeners-cat: Queries.Extensions
+AggregateListeners-displayorder: 50
+AggregateListeners-expert: true
+
+RetryClassRegistration-name: Retry class registration
+RetryClassRegistration-desc: Whether to log a warning and defer registration \
+	when a registered persistent class cannot be processed, instead of \
+	throwing an exception.  Should only be set to true under complex \
+	classloader topologies that are causing registration errors.
+RetryClassRegistration-type: General
+RetryClassRegistration-cat: Persistence.Classes
+RetryClassRegistration-displayorder: 60
+RetryClassRegistration-expert: true
+
+ProxyManager-name: Proxy manager
+ProxyManager-desc: Plugin used to proxy second class object fields of managed \
+	instances.  Must implement org.apache.openjpa.util.ProxyManager.
+ProxyManager-type: General
+ProxyManager-cat: Persistence.Advanced
+ProxyManager-displayorder: 50
+ProxyManager-expert: true
+
+ConnectionProperties-name: Connection properties
+ConnectionProperties-desc: A comma-separated list of properties to be passed \
+	to the database driver when obtaining a connection. Properties are of the \
+	form "key=value".  If the given driver class is a DataSource, these \
+	properties will be used to configure the bean properties of the DataSource. 
+ConnectionProperties-type: Connecting
+ConnectionProperties-cat: Connecting.Advanced
+ConnectionProperties-displayorder: 50
+
+ConnectionFactoryMode-name: ConnectionFactory mode
+ConnectionFactoryMode-desc: The type of data source in use.  Available options \
+	are "local" for a standard data source under OpenJPA''s control, or \
+	"managed" for a data source managed by an application server and \
+	automatically enlisted in global transactions.
+ConnectionFactoryMode-type: Connecting
+ConnectionFactoryMode-cat: Database.Transactions
+ConnectionFactoryMode-displayorder: 50
+ConnectionFactoryMode-expert: true
+
+ConnectionFactoryProperties-name: Connection factory properties
+ConnectionFactoryProperties-desc: A comma-separated list of properties \
+	used to configure the javax.sql.DataSource used as the ConnectionFactory. \
+	Each property should be of the form "key=value", where "key" is the name \
+	of some bean-like property of the data source.
+ConnectionFactoryProperties-type: Connecting
+ConnectionFactoryProperties-cat: Connecting.Advanced
+ConnectionFactoryProperties-displayorder: 50
+
+Connection2UserName-name: Unmanaged connection username
+Connection2UserName-desc: The username for the connection listed in \
+	Connection2URL.
+Connection2UserName-type: Connecting
+Connection2UserName-cat: Connecting.XA
+Connection2UserName-displayorder: 50
+Connection2UserName-expert: true
+
+Connection2Password-name: Unmanaged connection password
+Connection2Password-desc: The password for the user specified in \
+	Connection2UserName
+Connection2Password-type: Connecting
+Connection2Password-cat: Connecting.XA
+Connection2Password-displayorder: 50
+Connection2Password-expert: true
+
+Connection2URL-name: Unmanaged connection URL
+Connection2URL-desc: The URL for the unmanaged data source.
+Connection2URL-type: Connecting
+Connection2URL-cat: Connecting.XA
+Connection2URL-displayorder: 50
+Connection2URL-expert: true
+
+Connection2DriverName-name: Unmanaged connection driver
+Connection2DriverName-desc: The class name of the database driver, or an \
+	instance of a DataSource to use to connect to the unmanaged data source.
+Connection2DriverName-type: Connecting
+Connection2DriverName-cat: Connecting.XA
+Connection2DriverName-displayorder: 50
+Connection2DriverName-expert: true
+
+Connection2Properties-name: Non-XA connection properties
+Connection2Properties-desc: A comma-separated list of properties to be passed \
+	to the unmanaged database driver when obtaining a connection. Properties \
+	are of the form "key=value".  If the given driver class is a DataSource, \
+	these properties will be used to configure the bean properties of the \
+	DataSource. 
+Connection2Properties-type: Connecting
+Connection2Properties-cat: Connecting.XA
+Connection2Properties-displayorder: 50
+Connection2Properties-expert: true
+
+ConnectionFactory2Properties-name: Unmanaged connection factory properties
+ConnectionFactory2Properties-desc: A comma-separated list of properties \
+	used to configure the javax.sql.DataSource used as the unmanaged \
+	ConnectionFactory. Each property should be of the form "key=value", \
+	where "key" is the name of some bean-like property of the data source.
+ConnectionFactory2Properties-type: Connecting
+ConnectionFactory2Properties-cat: Connecting.XA
+ConnectionFactory2Properties-displayorder: 50
+ConnectionFactory2Properties-expert: true
+
+Optimistic-name: Optimistic transactions
+Optimistic-desc: Selects between optimistic and pessimistic (data store) \
+	transactional modes.
+Optimistic-type: Persistence
+Optimistic-cat: Persistence.Transactions
+Optimistic-displayorder: 50
+
+RetainState-name: Retain values
+RetainState-desc: If true, then fields in a persistence-capable object that \
+	have been read during a transaction must be preserved in memory after the \
+	transaction commits. Otherwise, persistence-capable objects must \
+	transition to the hollow state upon commit, meaning that subsequent reads \
+	will result in a database round-trip.
+RetainState-type: Persistence
+RetainState-cat: Persistence.Transactions.Advanced
+RetainState-displayorder: 50
+
+RestoreState-name: Restore state
+RestoreState-desc: If true, then immutable fields in a persistence-capable \
+	object that have been changed during a transaction will be restored to \
+	their original values upon a rollback. If set to "all", mutable fields \
+	will also be restored.  If false, the values will not be changed upon \
+	rollback.
+RestoreState-type: Persistence
+RestoreState-cat: Persistence.Transactions.Advanced
+RestoreState-displayorder: 50
+
+AutoDetach-name: Auto detach
+AutoDetach-desc: A comma separated list of events upon which the managed \
+	instances will be automatically detached.  Events are "close", "commit", \
+	and "nontx-read".
+AutoDetach-type: General
+AutoDetach-cat: Optimization
+AutoDetach-displayorder: 50
+AutoDetach-expert: true
+
+DetachState-name: Detach states
+DetachState-desc: Plugin describing the set of field values which will be \
+	included in the default detach and related options.  These states are \
+	"loaded", "all", and "fetch-groups".
+DetachState-type: General
+DetachState-cat: Optimization
+DetachState-displayorder: 50
+DetachState-expert: true
+
+IgnoreChanges-name: Ignore changes
+IgnoreChanges-desc: If false, then OpenJPA must consider modifications, \
+	deletions, and additions in the current trasnaction when executing a \
+	query.  Else, OpenJPA is free to ignore changes and execute the query \
+	directly against the data store.
+IgnoreChanges-type: Persistence
+IgnoreChanges-cat: Queries
+IgnoreChanges-displayorder: 50
+
+NontransactionalRead-name: Non-transactional read
+NontransactionalRead-desc: If true, then it is possible to read \
+	persistent data outside the context of a transaction. Otherwise, a \
+	transaction must be in progress in order read data.
+NontransactionalRead-type: Persistence
+NontransactionalRead-cat: Persistence.Transactions
+NontransactionalRead-displayorder: 50
+
+NontransactionalWrite-name: Non-transactional write
+NontransactionalWrite-desc: If true, then it is possible to write to \
+	fields of a persistent-nontransactional object when a transaction is not \
+	in progress. If false, such a write will result in an exception.
+NontransactionalWrite-type: Persistence
+NontransactionalWrite-cat: Persistence.Transactions
+NontransactionalWrite-displayorder: 50
+
+Multithreaded-name: Multithreaded
+Multithreaded-desc: If true, then the application plans to have multiple \
+	threads simultaneously accessing a single context or object, so measures \
+	must be taken to ensure that the implementation is thread-safe. Otherwise, \
+	the implementation need not address thread safety.
+Multithreaded-type: Persistence
+Multithreaded-cat: Persistence.Optimization
+Multithreaded-displayorder: 50
+
+ConnectionUserName-name: Connection username
+ConnectionUserName-desc: The username for the connection listed in \
+	ConnectionURL.
+ConnectionUserName-type: Connecting
+ConnectionUserName-cat: Connecting
+ConnectionUserName-displayorder: 50
+
+ConnectionPassword-name: Connection password
+ConnectionPassword-desc: The password for the user specified in \
+	ConnectionUserName
+ConnectionPassword-type: Connecting
+ConnectionPassword-cat: Connecting
+ConnectionPassword-displayorder: 50
+
+ConnectionURL-name: Connection URL
+ConnectionURL-desc: The URL for the data source.
+ConnectionURL-type: Connecting
+ConnectionURL-cat: Connecting
+ConnectionURL-displayorder: 50
+
+ConnectionDriverName-name: Connection driver
+ConnectionDriverName-desc: The class name of the database driver, or an \
+	instance of a DataSource to use to connect to the data source.
+ConnectionDriverName-type: Connecting
+ConnectionDriverName-cat: Connecting
+ConnectionDriverName-displayorder: 50
+
+ConnectionFactoryName-name: Connection factory name
+ConnectionFactoryName-desc: The JNDI name of the connection factory to use \
+	for obtaining connections.
+ConnectionFactoryName-type: Connecting
+ConnectionFactoryName-cat: Connecting.Advanced
+ConnectionFactoryName-displayorder: 50
+
+ConnectionFactory-name: Connection factory
+ConnectionFactory-desc: The factory to use for obtaining datastore connections.
+ConnectionFactory-type: Connecting
+ConnectionFactory-cat: Connecting.Advanced
+ConnectionFactory-displayorder: 50
+
+ConnectionFactory2Name-name: Unmanaged connection factory name
+ConnectionFactory2Name-desc: The JNDI name of the connection factory to use \
+	for finding unmanaged connections.  If specified, this is the connection \
+	that will be used for obtaining sequence numbers.
+ConnectionFactory2Name-type: Connecting
+ConnectionFactory2Name-cat: Connecting.XA
+ConnectionFactory2Name-displayorder: 50
+ConnectionFactory2Name-expert: true
+
+ConnectionFactory2-name: Unmanaged connection factory
+ConnectionFactory2-desc: The factory to use for obtaining unmanaged \
+	datastore connections.
+ConnectionFactory2-type: Connecting
+ConnectionFactory2-cat: Connecting.Advanced
+ConnectionFactory2-displayorder: 50
+
+PersistenceServer-name: Remote persistence support
+PersistenceServer-desc: Define the remote persistence server.
+PersistenceServer-type: General
+PersistenceServer-cat: Persistence.Remote
+PersistenceServer-displayorder: 50
+PersistenceServer-expert: true
+PersistenceServer-interface: org.apache.openjpa.lib.remote.Transport
+
+LockManager-name: Lock manager
+LockManager-desc: Plugin used to handle acquiring locks on persistent \
+	instances.  Must implement org.apache.openjpa.kernel.LockManager.
+LockManager-type: General
+LockManager-cat: Locking
+LockManager-displayorder: 50
+LockManager-expert: true
+LockManager-interface: org.apache.openjpa.kernel.LockManager
+
+InverseManager-name: Inverse manager
+InverseManager-desc: Plugin used to manage inverse relations during flush. \
+	Set to true to use the default inverse manager.  Custom inverse managers \
+	must extend org.apache.openjpa.kernel.InverseManager.
+InverseManager-type: General
+InverseManager-cat: Persistence.Advanced
+InverseManager-displayorder: 50
+InverseManager-expert: true
+InverseManager-interface: org.apache.openjpa.kernel.InverseManager
+
+SavepointManager-name: Savepoint manager
+SavepointManager-desc: Plugin used to create and manage savepoints for \
+	partial rollback/commit support.  Defaults to "in-mem". Custom savepoint \
+	managers must implement org.apache.openjpa.kernel.SavepointManager.
+SavepointManager-type: General
+SavepointManager-cat: Persistence.Advanced
+SavepointManager-displayorder: 50
+SavepointManager-expert: true
+SavepointManager-interface: org.apache.openjpa.kernel.SavepointManager
+
+OrphanedKeyAction-name: Orphaned key action
+OrphanedKeyAction-desc: Action to take when OpenJPA discovers an orphaned key \
+    in the database.  May be a custom action implementing \
+	org.apache.openjpa.event.OrphanedKeyAction.
+OrphanedKeyAction-type: General
+OrphanedKeyAction-cat: Persistence.Advanced
+OrphanedKeyAction-displayorder: 50
+OrphanedKeyAction-expert: true
+OrphanedKeyAction-interface: org.apache.openjpa.event.OrphanedKeyAction
+
+DynamicDataStructs-name: Dynamic data structs
+DynamicDataStructs-desc: Whether to dynamically create custom structs to hold \
+	and transfer persistent state in the OpenJPA data cache and remote \
+	persistence frameworks.  Dynamic structs can reduce data cache \
+	memory consumption, reduce the amount of data serialized back and forth \
+	under remote persistence, and improve the overall performance \
+	of these systems.  However, they increase application warm-up time while \
+	the custom classes are generated and loaded into the JVM.  Set to true to \
+	enable dynamic data structs.
+DynamicDataStructs-type: General
+DynamicDataStructs-cat: Optimization
+DynamicDataStructs-displayorder: 50
+DynamicDataStructs-expert: true
+
+MetaDataFactory-name: Metadata factory
+MetaDataFactory-desc: The org.apache.openjpa.meta.MetaDataFactory that \
+    provides persistence metadata.
+MetaDataFactory-type: General
+MetaDataFactory-cat: Mappings
+MetaDataFactory-displayorder: 50
+MetaDataFactory-interface: org.apache.openjpa.meta.MetaDataFactory
+
+MetaDataRepository-name: Metadata repository
+MetaDataRepository-desc: The org.apache.openjpa.meta.MetaDataRepository that \
+    manages persistence metadata.
+MetaDataRepository-type: General
+MetaDataRepository-cat: Mappings
+MetaDataRepository-displayorder: 50
+MetaDataRepository-interface: org.apache.openjpa.meta.MetaDataRepository
+
+Mapping-name: Datastore mapping
+Mapping-desc: The name of the datastore mapping to use.
+Mapping-type: Persistence
+Mapping-cat: Mappings
+Mapping-displayorder: 50
+
+Compatibility-name: Compatibility Information
+Compatibility-desc: Details about various compatibiity options for the current \
+	environment.
+Compatibility-type: General
+Compatibility-cat: Persistence.Advanced
+Compatibility-displayorder: 50
+Compatibility-expert: true
+Compatibility-interface: org.apache.openjpa.conf.Compatibility
+
+RuntimeUnenhancedClasses-name: Runtime unenhanced classes
+RuntimeUnenhancedClasses-desc: Either "supported", "unsupported", or "warn". \
+    Defaults to "supported".
+RuntimeUnenhancedClasses-type: General
+RuntimeUnenhancedClasses-cat: Optimization
+RuntimeUnenhancedClasses-displayorder: 50
+
+CacheMarshallers-name: Cache Marshallers
+CacheMarshallers-desc: List of org.apache.openjpa.conf.CacheMarshaller \
+    implementations to use. \
+    Cache marshallers are part of experimental support for accelerating \
+    application redeployment.
+CacheMarshallers-type: General
+CacheMarshallers-cat: Advanced
+CacheMarshallers-displayorder: 50
+CacheMarshallers-expert: true
+CacheMarshallers-interface: org.apache.openjpa.conf.CacheMarshaller
+
+no-named-cf: use a DataSource bound to JNDI
+diff-specs: Attempt to configure for multiple specifications.  Was configured \
+	for "{0}".  Attempt to now configure for "{1}".  This attempt will be \
+	ignored.
+
+cache-marshaller-loaded: Loaded cached data of type {0} from file {1}.
+cache-marshaller-no-inputs: No InputURL or InputResource was specified for \
+    CacheMarshaller {0}. Cannot load data if no input was specified.
+cache-marshaller-load-exception-ignore: An error occurred while loading cached \
+	data from {0}. The exception is logged with this message; it will be \
+	consumed and ignored.
+cache-marshaller-load-exception-fatal: An error occurred while loading cached \
+	data from {0}. The exception is logged with this message; it will be \
+	thrown.
+cache-marshaller-stored: Stored data of type {0} to file {1}.
+cache-marshaller-no-output-file: No OutputFile was specified for \
+    CacheMarshaller {0}. Cannot store data if no output was specified.
+cache-marshaller-store-exception: An error occurred while storing data \
+	to cache in {0}. The exception is logged with this message; it will be \
+	consumed and ignored.
+cache-marshaller-input-url-and-resource-specified: An InputURL and an \
+    InputResource were specified for CacheMarshaller {0}. At most one of these \
+    can be specified.
+cache-marshaller-multiple-resources: Multiple resources exist for resource \
+    location {1} for CacheMarshaller {0}: {2}.
+cache-marshaller-multiple-resources-warn: Multiple resources exist for resource\
+    location {1} for CacheMarshaller {0}: {2}. The first one will be used.
+cache-marshaller-bad-url: An error occurred while loading resource location \
+    {1} for CacheMarshaller {0}.
+cache-marshaller-null-validation-policy: No ValidationPolicy was set for \
+	cache marshaller of type {0}.
+cache-marshaller-null-id: No id was set for cache marshaller of type {0}. The \
+	id value is used by the subsystems within Kodo that use marshallers to \
+	find the right marshaller to use to load and store cached data.
+cache-marshaller-not-found: No cache marshaller found for id {0}.
+cache-marshaller-found: Cache marshaller of type {1} found for id {0}.



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