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<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8' ?>

<!--
$Id: jboss_4_0.dtd 60157 2007-02-01 11:06:42Z thomas.diesler@jboss.com $

This is the XML DTD for the JBoss 4.2 EJB deployment descriptor.
The DOCTYPE is:

  <!DOCTYPE jboss PUBLIC
      "-//JBoss//DTD JBOSS 4.2//EN"
      "http://www.jboss.org/j2ee/dtd/jboss_4_2.dtd">

Overview of the architecture of jboss.xml

<jboss>

  <enforce-ejb-restrictions />
  <security-domain />
  <unauthenticated-principal />
  <webservices>
    <context-root>
    <webservice-description>
      <webservice-description-name>
      <wsdl-publish-location>
    </webservice-description>
  <webservices>

  <enterprise-beans>

    <entity>
      <ejb-name />
      <jndi-name />
      <local-jndi-name />
      <call-by-value>
      <read-only>
      <call-by-value>
      <configuration-name>
      <security-proxy>
      <ejb-ref>
      <ejb-local-ref>
      <service-ref>
      <security-identity>
        <run-as-principal>
      </security-identity>
      <resource-ref>
        <res-ref-name />
        <resource-name />
      </resource-ref>
      <resource-env-ref>
      <clustered />
      <cluster-config>
    </entity>

    <session>
      <ejb-name />
      <jndi-name />
      <local-jndi-name />
      <call-by-value>
      <configuration-name>
      <security-proxy>
      <ejb-ref>
      <ejb-local-ref>
      <service-ref>
      <security-identity>
        <run-as-principal>
      </security-identity>
      <resource-ref>
        <res-ref-name />
        <resource-name />
      </resource-ref>
      <resource-env-ref>
      <clustered />
      <cluster-config>
      <port-component>
        <port-component-name>
        <port-component-uri>
        <auth-method>
        <transport-guarantee>
        <secure-wsdl-access>
      </port-component>
    </session>

    <message-driven>
      <ejb-name>
      <destination-jndi-name>
      <mdb-user>
      <mdb-passwd>
      <mdb-client-id>
      <mdb-subscription-id>
      <resource-adapter-name>
      <configuration-name>
      <security-proxy>
      <ejb-ref>
      <service-ref>
      <security-identity>
        <run-as-principal>
      </security-identity>
      <resource-ref>
      <resource-env-ref>
    </message-driven>

  </enterprise-beans>

  <assembly-descriptor>
    <security-role>
      <role-name>
      <principal-name>
    </security-role>
  </assembly-descriptor>

  <resource-managers>

    <resource-manager>
      <res-name />
      <res-jndi-name />
    </resource-manager>

    <resource-manager>
      <res-name />
      <res-url />
    </resource-manager>

  </resource-managers>

  <container-configurations>

    <container-configuration>
      <container-name />
      <call-logging />
      <invoker-proxy-binding-name />
      <sync-on-commit-only />
      <insert-after-ejb-post-create />
      <call-ejb-store-on-clean />
      <store-not-flushed />
      <container-interceptors />
      <instance-pool />
      <instance-cache />
      <persistence-manager />
      <web-class-loader />
      <locking-policy />
      <container-cache-conf />
      <container-pool-conf />
      <commit-option />
      <optiond-refresh-rate />
      <security-domain />
      <cluster-config />
      <depends />
    </container-configuration>

  </container-configurations>

</jboss>
-->

<!ENTITY % service-ref PUBLIC
   "-//JBoss//DTD Web Service Reference 4.2//EN"
   "http://www.jboss.org/j2ee/dtd/service-ref_4_2.dtd">
  
%service-ref;

<!--
  The jboss element is the root element of the jboss.xml file. It
  contains all the information used by jboss but not described in the
  ejb-jar.xml file. All of it is optional.

  1- the application assembler can define custom container configurations
     for the beans. Standard configurations are provided in standardjboss.xml
  2- the deployer can override the jndi names under which the beans are deployed
  3- the deployer can specify runtime jndi names for resource managers.

-->
<!ELEMENT jboss (loader-repository?, jmx-name?, enforce-ejb-restrictions?,
 security-domain?, missing-method-permissions-excluded-mode?,
 unauthenticated-principal?, exception-on-rollback?,
 webservices?, enterprise-beans?, assembly-descriptor?,
 resource-managers?, invoker-proxy-bindings?, container-configurations?)>

<!-- The loader-repository specifies the name of the UnifiedLoaderRepository
   MBean to use for the ear to provide ear level scoping of classes deployed
   in the ear. It is a unique JMX ObjectName string. It may also specify
   an arbitrary configuration by including a loader-repository-config element.

Examples:
   <loader-repository>jboss.test:loader=cts-cmp2v1-sar.ear</loader-repository>

   <loader-repository loaderRepositoryClass='dot.com.LoaderRepository'>
      dot.com:loader=unique-archive-name
      <loader-repository-config configParserClass='dot.com.LoaderParser'>
         java2ParentDelegaton=true
      </loader-repository-config>
   </loader-repository>
-->
<!ELEMENT loader-repository (#PCDATA | loader-repository-config)*>

<!-- The loaderRepositoryClass attribute gives the classname of the
org.jboss.mx.loading.LoaderRepository implementation.
-->
<!ATTLIST loader-repository loaderRepositoryClass CDATA #IMPLIED>

<!-- The loader-repository-config element specifies any arbitrary configuration
fragment for use in configuring the loader-repository instance. The actual
content of this element is specific to the loaderRepositoryClass and the
code parsing the element.
-->
<!ELEMENT loader-repository-config (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The configParserClass attribute gives the classname of the
org.jboss.mx.loading.LoaderRepositoryFactory.LoaderRepositoryConfigParser
implementation to use to parse the loader-repository-config content.
-->
<!ATTLIST loader-repository-config configParserClass CDATA #IMPLIED>

<!-- The jmx-name element allows one to specify the JMX ObjectName to use
for the MBean associated with the ejb-jar module. This must be a unique
name and valid JMX ObjectName string.

   Used in: jboss
-->
<!ELEMENT jmx-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The enforce-ejb-restrictions element tells the container to enforce ejb1.1 restrictions
  It must be one of the following :
    <enforce-ejb-restrictions>true</enforce-ejb-restrictions>
    <enforce-ejb-restrictions>false</enforce-ejb-restrictions>

  Used in: jboss
-->
<!ELEMENT enforce-ejb-restrictions (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The security-domain element specifies the JNDI name of the security
  manager that implements the EJBSecurityManager and RealmMapping for
  the domain. When specified at the jboss level it specifies the security
  domain for all j2ee components in the deployment unit.
  One can override the global security-domain at the container
  level using the security-domain element at the container-configuration
  level.

  Used in: jboss, container-configuration
-->
<!ELEMENT security-domain (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The missing-method-permissions-excluded-mode determines the treatment
of missing method-permission mappings in the ejb-jar descriptor. The ejb 2.1
spec states: "It is possible that some methods are not assigned to any security
roles nor contained in the exclude-list element. In this case, it is the
responsibility of the Deployer to assign method permissions for all of the
unspecified methods, either by assigning them to security roles, or by marking
them as unchecked." The missing-method-permissions-excluded-mode is a boolean
that allows the deployer to globally indicate that all methods without a
method-permission element should be treated as excluded(= true and the default),
or that methods without a method-permission element should be treated as
unchecked(= false)

<missing-method-permissions-excluded-mode>true</missing-method-permissions-excluded-mode>
<missing-method-permissions-excluded-mode>false</missing-method-permissions-excluded-mode>

-->
<!ELEMENT missing-method-permissions-excluded-mode (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The unauthenticated-principal element specifies the name of the principal
  that will be returned by the EJBContext.getCallerPrincipal() method if there
  is no authenticated user. This Principal has no roles or privaledges to call
  any other beans.
-->
<!ELEMENT unauthenticated-principal (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The invoker-proxy-bindings defines the invokers available for use with
the ejb container configurations.
-->
<!ELEMENT invoker-proxy-bindings (invoker-proxy-binding*)>

<!-- The invoker-proxy-binding defines an invoker service and proxy factory
-->
<!ELEMENT invoker-proxy-binding (name, invoker-mbean, proxy-factory, proxy-factory-config)>

<!-- The name gives a unique name for the invoker-proxy-binding
-->
<!ELEMENT name (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The invoker-mbean gives the JMX ObjectName of the invoker MBean service
-->
<!ELEMENT invoker-mbean (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The org.jboss.ejb.EJBProxyFactory implementation class
-->
<!ELEMENT proxy-factory (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The proxy-factory-config defines the client-interceptors stack
and other configuration options to use for the various EJB proxies.
-->
<!ELEMENT proxy-factory-config (client-interceptors?, endpoint-interceptors? , web-class-loader? ,
activation-config?, JMSProviderAdapterJNDI? , ServerSessionPoolFactoryJNDI? , 
CreateJBossMQDestination? , MinimumSize? , MaximumSize? ,
KeepAliveMillis? , MaxMessages? , MDBConfig? , poa? , register-ejbs-in-jnp-context? , 
jnp-context? , interface-repository-supported?)>

<!--
  The jndi name of the jms provider adapter in the java:/ namespace.
  This is mandatory for an MDB and must implement
  org.jboss.jms.jndi.JMSProviderAdapter

  Used in: proxy-factory-config for JMSContainerInvoker
-->
<!ELEMENT JMSProviderAdapterJNDI (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The jndi name of the session pool in the java:/ namespace.
  This is mandatory for an MDB and must implement
  org.jboss.jms.asf.ServerSessionPoolFactory

  Used in: proxy-factory-config for JMSContainerInvoker
-->
<!ELEMENT ServerSessionPoolFactoryJNDI (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  Whether to create destinations in JBossMQ if the
  destination cannot be found.

  Used in: proxy-factory-config for JMSContainerInvoker
-->
<!ELEMENT CreateJBossMQDestination (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The maximum number of messages parameter for the mdb's
  connection consumer.

  Used in: proxy-factory-config for JMSContainerInvoker
-->
<!ELEMENT MaxMessages (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  Configuration for the MDB

  Used in: proxy-factory-config for JMSContainerInvoker
-->
<!ELEMENT MDBConfig (ReconnectIntervalSec , DeliveryActive? , DLQConfig?)>

<!--
  The time to wait (in seconds) before trying to recover
  the connection to the JMS server.

  Used in: MDBConfig
-->
<!ELEMENT ReconnectIntervalSec (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  Whether delivery of messages is active at startup,
  valid values are "True" or "False".

  Used in: MDBConfig
-->
<!ELEMENT DeliveryActive (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  Configuration for an MDB's dead letter queue, used
  when messages are redelivered too many times.

  Used in: MDBConfig
-->
<!ELEMENT DLQConfig (DestinationQueue , MaxTimesRedelivered , TimeToLive, DLQUser?,  DLQPassword?)>

<!--
  The jndi name of the queue to use as the dead letter queue.

  Used in: DLQConfig
-->
<!ELEMENT DestinationQueue (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The maximum number of times a message is redelivered before it
  is placed in the dead letter queue.

  Used in: DLQConfig
-->
<!ELEMENT MaxTimesRedelivered (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The time-to-live of the message in the dead letter queue.
  See javax.jms.Message

  Used in: DLQConfig
-->
<!ELEMENT TimeToLive (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The user for the dlq connection

  Used in: DLQConfig
-->
<!ELEMENT DLQUser (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The password for the dlq connection

  Used in: DLQConfig
-->
<!ELEMENT DLQPassword (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The portable object adapter usage, one of
  <poa>per-servent</poa>
  <poa>shared</poa>

  Used in: proxy-factory-config for IORFactory
-->
<!ELEMENT poa (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  Whether to register ejbs in jnp (jndi)

  Used in: proxy-factory-config for IORFactory
-->
<!ELEMENT register-ejbs-in-jnp-context (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The jndi context in which to register ejbs

  Used in: proxy-factory-config for IORFactory
-->
<!ELEMENT jnp-context (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  Whether a deployed ejb has its own CORBA interface repository or not

  Used in: proxy-factory-config for IORFactory
-->
<!ELEMENT interface-repository-supported (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The enterprise-beans element contains additional information about
  the beans. These informations, such as jndi names, resource managers and
  container configurations, are specific to jboss and not described in
  ejb-jar.xml.

  jboss will provide a standard behaviour if no enterprise-beans element
  is found, see container-configurations, jndi-name and resource-managers
  for defaults.

  Used in: jboss
-->
<!ELEMENT webservices (context-root?, webservice-description*)>

<!-- The context-root element specifies the context root of the web
application that the EJB service endpoints are deployed to. 
If it is not specified it will be derived from the deployment short name.
-->
<!ELEMENT context-root (#PCDATA)>

<!--
Runtime information about a web service.
wsdl-publish-location is optionally used to specify
where the final wsdl and any dependent files should be stored.  This location
resides on the file system from which deployment is initiated.
-->
<!ELEMENT webservice-description ( webservice-description-name, config-name?, config-file?, wsdl-publish-location? )>

<!--
Unique name of a webservice within a module. It corresponds to the <webservice-description-name>
element in webservices.xml
-->
<!ELEMENT webservice-description-name ( #PCDATA )>

<!--
file: URL of a directory to which a web-service-description's wsdl should be
published during deployment.  Any required files will be published to this
directory, preserving their location relative to the module-specific
wsdl directory(META-INF/wsdl or WEB-INF/wsdl).
Example :
  For an ejb.jar whose webservices.xml wsdl-file element contains
    META-INF/wsdl/a/Foo.wsdl
  <wsdl-publish-location>file:/home/user1/publish
  </wsdl-publish-location>
  The final wsdl will be stored in /home/user1/publish/a/Foo.wsdl
-->
<!ELEMENT wsdl-publish-location ( #PCDATA )>

<!--
  The enterprise-beans element contains additional information about
  the beans. These informations, such as jndi names, resource managers and
  container configurations, are specific to jboss and not described in
  ejb-jar.xml.
  jboss will provide a standard behaviour if no enterprise-beans element
  is found, see container-configurations, jndi-name and resource-managers
  for defaults.
  Used in: jboss
-->
<!ELEMENT enterprise-beans ((session | entity | message-driven)*)>

<!--
  The entity element holds information specific to jboss and not declared
  in ejb-jar.xml about an entity bean, such as jndi name, container
  configuration, and resource managers. (see tags for details)
  The bean should already be declared in ejb-jar.xml, with the same
  ejb-name.

  Used in: enterprise-beans
-->
<!ELEMENT entity (ejb-name , jndi-name? , local-jndi-name? , call-by-value?, read-only?,
 exception-on-rollback?, timer-persistence?, configuration-name? , invoker-bindings?,
 security-proxy? , ejb-ref* , ejb-local-ref* , service-ref*, security-identity? ,
 resource-ref* , resource-env-ref*, message-destination-ref* , method-attributes? ,
 clustered? , cluster-config?, cache-invalidation? , cache-invalidation-config?,
 depends*, ior-security-config?)>
<!-- Allow the entity to have a unique id -->
<!ATTLIST entity id ID #IMPLIED>
<!--
  The session element holds information specific to jboss and not declared
  in ejb-jar.xml about a session bean, such as jndi name, container
  configuration, and resource managers. (see tags for details)
  The bean should already be declared in ejb-jar.xml, with the same
  ejb-name.

  Used in: enterprise-beans
-->
<!ELEMENT session (ejb-name , jndi-name? , local-jndi-name?, call-by-value?,
 exception-on-rollback?, timer-persistence?, configuration-name?, invoker-bindings?,
 security-proxy? , ejb-ref* ,  ejb-local-ref* , service-ref*, security-identity? ,
 resource-ref* , resource-env-ref*, message-destination-ref* , clustered? ,
 cluster-config?, method-attributes?, depends*,
 ior-security-config?, port-component*,  ejb-timeout-identity?)>
<!-- Allow the session to have a unique id -->
<!ATTLIST session id ID #IMPLIED>

<!--
  The message-driven element holds information specific to jboss and not declared
  in ejb-jar.xml about a message-driven bean, such as container
  configuration and resources.
  The bean should already be declared in ejb-jar.xml, with the same
  ejb-name.

  Used in: enterprise-beans
-->
<!ELEMENT message-driven (ejb-name , activation-config?, destination-jndi-name? ,
 local-jndi-name?,
 mdb-user?,  mdb-passwd? , mdb-client-id? , mdb-subscription-id? , resource-adapter-name? ,
 exception-on-rollback?, timer-persistence?, configuration-name? , invoker-bindings?,
 security-proxy? , ejb-ref* ,  ejb-local-ref*, service-ref*, security-identity?, resource-ref*,
 resource-env-ref*, message-destination-ref*, depends*, ior-security-config?,
 ejb-timeout-identity?)>
<!-- Allow the message-driven to have a unique id -->
<!ATTLIST message-driven id ID #IMPLIED>

<!--
  The ejb-name element gives the name of the bean, it must correspond to
  an ejb-name element in ejb-jar.xml

  Used in: entity, session, and message-driven
-->
<!ELEMENT ejb-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The jndi-name element gives the actual jndi name under which
  the bean will be deployed when used in the entity, session and
  message-driven elements. If it is not provided jboss will assume
  "jndi-name" = "ejb-name"

  When used in the ejb-ref,  ejb-local-ref, resource-ref, resource-env-ref, 
  message-destination-ref, message-destination elements this specifies the jndi name to 
  which the reference should link.

  Used in: entity, session and message-driven
    ejb-ref, resource-ref, resource-env-ref
-->
<!ELEMENT jndi-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The JNDI name under with the local home interface should be bound

  Used in: entity and session
-->
<!ELEMENT local-jndi-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  Determine if the bean should use by value call semantics

  Used in: entity and session
-->
<!ELEMENT call-by-value (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The read-only element flags an entity bean as read only.
  The bean will never be ejbStored. Defaults to false.
  It must be one of the following :
    <read-only>true</read-only>
    <read-only>false</read-only>

  Used in: entity
-->
<!ELEMENT read-only (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  Whether to throw an exception if the CMT controlled
  transaction is no longer active (e.g. marked rollback)
  but the application has not itself thrown an exception.
  If the bean specifies false, it uses the
  jboss/exception-on-rollback config.
  Defaults to false.
  It must be one of the following :
    <exception-on-rollback>true</exception-on-rollback>
    <exception-on-rollback>false</exception-on-rollback>

  Used in: jboss, session, entity and message-driven
-->
<!ELEMENT exception-on-rollback (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The timer-persistence element determines whether ejb timers should
  be persisted across application redeployment. Defaults to true.
  
  It must be one of the following:
    <timer-persistence>true</timer-persistence>
    <timer-persistence>false</timer-persistence>
  
  Used in: session, entity and message-driven
-->
<!ELEMENT timer-persistence (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The configuration-name element gives the name of the container
  configuration for this bean. It must match one of the container-name
  tags in the container-configurations section, or one of the standard
  configurations. If no element is provided, jboss will automatically use the
  right standard configuration, see container-configurations.

  Note: unlike earlier releases, this element may not be specified as an
   empty element to achieve the same effect as not specifying the element.

  Used in: entity, session, and message-driven
-->
<!ELEMENT configuration-name (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The depends element gives a JMX ObjectName of a service on which the
container or ejb depends.
-->
<!ELEMENT depends (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The queue/topic jndi name from which we receive messages -->
<!ELEMENT destination-jndi-name (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The optional user for the jms connection that delivers messages -->
<!ELEMENT mdb-user (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The optional password for the jms connection that delivers messages -->
<!ELEMENT mdb-passwd (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The optional client-id for the jms connection that delivers messages -->
<!ELEMENT mdb-client-id (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The subscription name for topic delivery -->
<!ELEMENT mdb-subscription-id (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The name of the rar used in JCA 1.5 message inflow
e.g.
   <resource-adapter-name>jms-ra.rar</resource-adapter-name>
or for embedded rars
   <resource-adapter-name>myapp.ear#myconnector.rar</resource-adapter-name>
-->
<!ELEMENT resource-adapter-name (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The security-proxy gives the class name of the security proxy implementation.
  This may be an instance of org.jboss.security.SecurityProxy, or an
  just an object that implements methods in the home or remote interface
  of an EJB without implementating any common interface.

      Used in: entity, session, and message-driven
-->
<!ELEMENT security-proxy (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The ejb-ref element is used to give the jndi-name of an external
  ejb reference. In the case of an external ejb reference, you don't
  provide a ejb-link element in ejb-jar.xml, but you provide a jndi-name
  in jboss.xml

  Used in: entity, session, and message-driven
-->
<!ELEMENT ejb-ref (ejb-ref-name , jndi-name)>

<!--
  The ejb-ref-name element is the name of the ejb reference as given in
  ejb-jar.xml.

  Used in: ejb-ref
-->
<!ELEMENT ejb-ref-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The ejb-local-ref element is used to give the jndi-name of an external
  ejb reference. This is an alternative to using ejb-link in ejb-jar.xml

  Used in: entity, session, and message-driven
-->
<!ELEMENT ejb-local-ref (ejb-ref-name , local-jndi-name)>

<!--
  The security-identity element specifies whether a specific run-as identity is to be
  used. If there is a run-as role defined for an enterprise bean, there can also be a
  run-as-principal define here. If you don't define a run-as principal the callee will
  see ctx.getCallerPrincipal() == 'anonymous'

  Used in: entity, message-driven, session
-->
<!ELEMENT security-identity (run-as-principal)>

<!--
  The ejb-timeout-identity element specifies the run-as used for the ejbTimeout
  callback method. If the run-as-principal is specified this is the identity
  that will be set as the callback run-as. If the run-as-principal is empty,
  then no security context is specified at the container level. Any access of
  secured resources will require that the ejbTimeout method establish the
  security context.
-->
<!ELEMENT ejb-timeout-identity (run-as-principal)>

<!--
  The run-as-principal element is the name of the principal that is used
  when the enterprise bean calls out with a run-as role.

  Used in: security-identity
-->
<!ELEMENT run-as-principal (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The resource-env-ref element gives a mapping between the "code name"
  of a env resource (res-ref-name, provided by the Bean Developer) and
  its deployed JNDI name.

  Used in: session, entity, message-driven
-->
<!ELEMENT resource-env-ref (resource-env-ref-name , jndi-name)>

<!--
  The resource-env-ref-name element gives the "code name" of a resource. It is
  provided by the Bean Developer.

  Used in: resource-env-ref
-->
<!ELEMENT resource-env-ref-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The method-attributes element can be used to specify which methods are read only
  or idempotent.  This is used to reduce the need for locks and replication.
-->
<!ELEMENT method-attributes (method*)>

<!--
  The method element is used to specify attributes for one method or all those
  matching a pattern startingstring*.
-->
<!ELEMENT method (method-name, read-only?, idempotent?, transaction-timeout?)>

<!--
  The method-name element specifies a complete method name or a pattern consisting of an
  initial match followed by '*'
-->
<!ELEMENT method-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The idempotent element is used in method-attributes to indicate that a method
  is completely stateless. Really the same as read-only and should be dropped.
-->
<!ELEMENT idempotent (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The transaction timeout in seconds (overriding the default timeout).
  This will only work for Required (where the method starts the transaction) and RequiresNew.
  The special value of 0 (zero) uses the default timeout configured on jboss:service=TransactionManager
  NOTE: any subsequent use of RequiresNew that is not explicitly overridden will use this value.
-->
<!ELEMENT transaction-timeout (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The clustered element indicates if this bean will run in a cluster of JBoss instances.
  It is provided by the deployer. If not, jboss will assume clustered = False
  Possible values: "True", "False" (default)

  Used in: entity and session
-->
<!ELEMENT clustered (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The cluster-config element allows to specify cluster specific settings.
  WARNING: session-state-manager-jndi-name is only for SFSB.

  Used in: session, entity, container-configuration
-->
<!ELEMENT cluster-config (partition-name? , home-load-balance-policy? ,
 bean-load-balance-policy? , session-state-manager-jndi-name?)>

<!--
  The partition-name element indicates the name of the HAPartition to be used
  by the container to exchange clustering information. This is a name and *not*
  a JNDI name. Given name will be prefixed by "/HAPartition/" by the container to get
  the actual JNDI name of the HAPartition. 
  
  Must be set; there is no hard coded default. Can be set either in a bean's own 
  cluster-config element or in a container-configuration used by the bean.
  The standard clustered bean container configurations in conf/standardjboss.xml
  set this to the value of system property "jboss.partition.name", or 
  "DefaultPartition" if that property is not set.

  Used in: entity, session and container-configuration (in clustered-config element)
-->
<!ELEMENT partition-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The home-load-balance-policy element indicates the java class name to be used
  to load balance calls in the home proxy. 
  
  Must be set; there is no hard coded default. Can be set either in a bean's own 
  cluster-config element or in a container-configuration used by the bean.
  The standard clustered bean container configurations in conf/standardjboss.xml
  set this to "org.jboss.ha.framework.interfaces.RoundRobin".

  Used in: entity, session and container-configuration (in cluster-config element)
-->
<!ELEMENT home-load-balance-policy (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The bean-load-balance-policy element indicates the java class name to be used
  to load balance calls in an EJB2 bean proxy. 
  
  Must be set; there is no hard coded default. Can be set either in a bean's own 
  cluster-config element or in a container-configuration used by the bean.
  The standard clustered bean container configurations in conf/standardjboss.xml
  set this to "org.jboss.ha.framework.interfaces.RoundRobin" for SLSBs and to
  "org.jboss.ha.framework.interfaces.FirstAvailable" for EB and SFSBs.

  Used in: entity, session and container-configuration (in cluster-config element)
-->
<!ELEMENT bean-load-balance-policy (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The cache-invalidation element indicates if this bean cache should listen to cache
  invalidation events and clear its cache accordingly as well as send cache invalidation
  messages.
  It is provided by the deployer. If not, jboss will assume cache-invalidation = False
  NOTE: This value will *only* be applied if the correct cache plugin and interceptor(s)
        are defined in the container configuration.
  Possible values: "True", "False" (default)

  Used in: entity (only commit-option A and D will invalidate their cache)
-->
<!ELEMENT cache-invalidation (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The cache-invalidation-config element allows to specify cache invalidation specific settings.

  Used in: entity
-->
<!ELEMENT cache-invalidation-config (invalidation-group-name? , invalidation-manager-name?)>

<!--
  The invalidation-group-name element indicates the name of a group in which all
  invalidation messages are exchanged i.e. all beans sharing a given invalidation-group-name
  should share the same PK semantic.
  By default, invalidation-group-name equals to the EJB name. Thus, when using cache invalidation
  accross a cluster, it is not necessary to specify a name as all beans will have the same name
  accross the cluster. Nevertheless, if you deploy, on the same node, the same EJB, once with
  commit-option C (RW access) and once in commit-option A (RO) and want the RW EJB to invalidate
  entries of RO EJB, each one will obviously have its own EJB name. Consequently, you can assign
  a common invalidation-group-name to both EJBs so that they share their cache invalidation messages.

  Used in: entity (in cache-invalidation-config element)
-->
<!ELEMENT invalidation-group-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The invalidation-manager-name references the InvalidationManager MBean to be used.
  By Default, the default InvalidationManager is used.

  Used in: entity (in cache-invalidation-config element)
-->
<!ELEMENT invalidation-manager-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The session-state-manager-jndi-name element indicates the name of the 
  HASessionState to be used by the container as a backend for EJB2 stateful 
  session bean management in the cluster. This *is* a JNDI name (unlike the 
  partition-name element). 
  
  Must be set; there is no hard coded default. Can be set either in a bean's own 
  cluster-config element or in a container-configuration used by the bean.
  The standard clustered bean container configurations in conf/standardjboss.xml
  set this to "/HASessionState/" plus the value of system property 
  "jboss.partition.name", or "DefaultPartition" if that property is not set.

  Used in: session or container-configuration (in cluster-config element)
-->
<!ELEMENT session-state-manager-jndi-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The resource-ref element gives a mapping between the "code name"
  of a resource (res-ref-name, provided by the Bean Developer) and
  its "xml name" (resource-name, provided by the Application Assembler).
  If no resource-ref is provided, jboss will assume that
  "xml-name" = "code name"

  See resource-managers.

  Used in: entity, session, and message-driven
-->
<!ELEMENT resource-ref (res-ref-name , (resource-name | jndi-name | res-url))>

<!--
  The res-ref-name element gives the "code name" of a resource. It is
  provided by the Bean Developer. See resource-managers for the actual
  configuration of the resource.

  Used in: resource-ref
-->
<!ELEMENT res-ref-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The resource-name element gives the "xml name" of the resource. It is
  provided by the Application Assembler. See resource-managers for the
  actual configuration of the resource.

  Used in: resource-ref
-->
<!ELEMENT resource-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The resource-managers element is used to declare resource managers.

  A resource has 3 names:
  - the "code name" is the name used in the code of the bean, supplied by
    the Bean Developer in the resource-ref section of the ejb-jar.xml file

  - the "xml name" is an intermediary name used by the Application Assembler
    to identify resources in the XML file.

  - the "runtime jndi name" is the actual jndi-name or url of the deployed
    resource, it is supplied by the Deployer.

  The mapping between the "code name" and the "xml name" is given
  in the resource-ref section for the bean. If not, jboss will assume that
  "xml name" = "code name".

  The mapping between the "xml name" and the "runtime jndi name" is given in
  a resource-manager section. If not, and if the datasource is of type
  javax.sql.DataSource, jboss will look for a javax.sql.DataSource in the jndi
  tree.

  Used in: jboss
-->
<!ELEMENT resource-managers (resource-manager*)>

<!--
  The resource-manager element is used to provide a mapping between the
  "xml name" of a resource (res-name) and its "runtime jndi name"
  (res-jndi-name or res-url according to the type of the resource).
  If it is not provided, and if the type of the resource is
  javax.sql.DataSource, jboss will look for a javax.sql.DataSource in the
  jndi tree.

  See resource-managers.

  Used in: resource-managers
-->
<!ELEMENT resource-manager (res-name , (res-jndi-name | res-url))>

<!--
  The res-name element gives the "xml name" of a resource, it is provided
  by the Application Assembler. See resource-managers.

  Used in: resource-manager
-->
<!ELEMENT res-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The res-jndi-name element is the "deployed jndi name" of a resource, it
  is provided by the Deployer. See resource-managers.

  Used in: resource-manager
-->
<!ELEMENT res-jndi-name (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The res-url element value is a URL string for a resource-ref of
res-type = java.net.URL. Using a res-url creates a binding of the URL
instance under the java:comp/env. If you want to link to another binding
of a URL, you can use the jndi-name to do so.

// Binds the URL(http://x.y.z) under java:comp/env/jdbc/XYZHome
<resource-ref>
    <res-ref-name>jdbc/XYZHome</res-ref-name>
    <res-url>http://x.y.z</res-url>
</resource-ref>
// Binds a link to urls/XYZHomePage under java:comp/env/jdbc/XYZHome
<resource-ref>
    <res-ref-name>jdbc/XYZHome</res-ref-name>
    <res-url>urls/XYZHomePage</res-url>
</resource-ref>

   Used in: resource-ref, resource-manager
-->
<!ELEMENT res-url (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The message-destination-ref element is used to configure the
  jndi-name for a message-destination-ref in ejb-jar.xml

  Used in: entity, session, and message-driven
-->
<!ELEMENT message-destination-ref (message-destination-ref-name, jndi-name)>

<!--
  The message-destination-ref-name element identifies the
  message-destination-ref. It must match the name in ejb-jar.xml

  Used in: message-destination-ref
-->
<!ELEMENT message-destination-ref-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The assembly-descriptor element contains application-assembly information.

  The definition of security roles allows you to map assembly roles to one or more
  principals. For example, you may define a run-as principal in the security-identity
  element and include that principal in one or more security-role(s) in the
  assembly descriptor. When called with a run-as role, the callee will see all
  those roles in ctx.isCallerInRole(...)

  Used in: jboss
-->
<!ELEMENT assembly-descriptor (security-role*, message-destination*)>

<!--
  The security-role element contains the definition of a security role.
  The definition consists of an the security role name and principal name element(s).

Used in: assembly-descriptor

Example:
		<security-role>
      <role-name>Manager</role-name>
      <principal-name>j2ee</principal-name>
      <principal-name>javajoe</principal-name>
		</security-role>
-->
<!ELEMENT security-role (role-name, principal-name+)>

<!--
  The role-name element is the name of the role.

  Used in: security-role
-->
<!ELEMENT role-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The principal-name element is the name of the principal that is mapped
  to the assembly role-name.

  Used in: security-role
-->
<!ELEMENT principal-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The message-destination element is used to configure the
  jndi-name for a message-destination in ejb-jar.xml

  Used in: assembly-descriptor
-->
<!ELEMENT message-destination (message-destination-name, jndi-name)>

<!--
  The message-destination-name element identifies the
  message-destination. It must match the name in ejb-jar.xml

  Used in: message-destination
-->
<!ELEMENT message-destination-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The container-configurations element declares the different possible
  container configurations that the beans can use. standardjboss.xml
  provides 15 standard configurations with the following container-names:
    - Standard CMP 2.x EntityBean
    - Standard CMP EntityBean
    - Clustered CMP 2.x EntityBean
    - Clustered CMP EntityBean
    - IIOP CMP 2.x EntityBean
    - IIOP CMP EntityBean
    - Standard Stateless SessionBean
    - Clustered Stateless SessionBean
    - IIOP Stateless SessionBean
    - Standard Stateful SessionBean
    - Clustered Stateful SessionBean
    - IIOP Stateful SessionBean
    - Standard BMP EntityBean
    - Clustered BMP EntityBean
    - IIOP BMP EntityBean
    - Standard message Driven Bean

  The standard configurations will automatically be used if no custom
  configuration is specified.

  The application assembler can define advanced custom configurations here.

  Used in: jboss
-->
<!ELEMENT container-configurations (container-configuration*)>

<!--
  The container-configuration element describes a configuration for the
  container.
  The different plugins to use are declared here, as well as their
  configurations. The configuration-class attribute is no longer used.

  Used in: container-configurations
-->
<!ELEMENT container-configuration (container-name , call-logging?,
 invoker-proxy-binding-name?, sync-on-commit-only?,
 insert-after-ejb-post-create?, call-ejb-store-on-clean?, store-not-flushed?, container-interceptors? ,
 instance-pool? , instance-cache? ,  persistence-manager? , web-class-loader? ,
 locking-policy? ,  container-cache-conf? , container-pool-conf? ,
 commit-option? , optiond-refresh-rate? , security-domain?, cluster-config?,
 depends*)>

<!-- The extends attribute gives the container-name value of the configuration the container-configuration
is extending. This allows one to specify an extension configuration without having to reiterate all of
the other duplicate configuration info.

        <container-configuration extends="Standard Stateful SessionBean">
            <container-name>Secure Stateless SessionBean</container-name>
            <security-domain>java:/jaas/other</security-domain>
        </container-configuration>
-->
<!ATTLIST container-configuration extends CDATA  #IMPLIED>

<!--
  The container-name element gives the name of the configuration being
  defined. Beans may refer to this name in their configuration-name tag.

  Used in: container-configuration
-->
<!ELEMENT container-name (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The call-logging element tells if the container must log every method
  invocation for this bean or not. Its value must be true or false.

  Used in: container-configuration
-->
<!ELEMENT call-logging (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The invoker-bindings element gives the invokers configuration for an
  ejb container.

  Used in: entity, session, message-driven
-->
<!ELEMENT invoker-bindings (invoker+)>
<!--
 -->
<!ELEMENT invoker (invoker-proxy-binding-name, jndi-name?, ejb-ref*)>

<!-- The invoker-proxy-binding-name elements maps to the name element of
an invoker-proxy-binding definition.

  Used in: container-configuration, invoker
-->
<!ELEMENT invoker-proxy-binding-name (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The sync-on-commit-only element determines the behavior of ejbStore
calls on finds, selects and removes. If set to true, ejbStore will only be
called on transaction commit.
-->
<!ELEMENT sync-on-commit-only (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The insert-after-ejb-post-create element defines when the INSERT
 statement will be executed for created entity instance.
 Possible values are:
 false - the default value, INSERT will be executed after ejbCreate but before
         ejbPostCreate;
 true - INSERT will be executed after ejbPostCreate.
-->
<!ELEMENT insert-after-ejb-post-create (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The call-ejb-store-for-clean says whether ejbStore should be called on clean instances
 at synchronization time. By the spec it should be true. But users wanted it to be false.
 False is the default, meaning ejbStore is called only on dirty instances.
-->
<!ELEMENT call-ejb-store-on-clean (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The store-not-flushed says whether dirty instances that could not be evicted
 from the cache should or should not (to prevent potential data inconsistency)
 be stored. The default value is TRUE.
-->
<!ELEMENT store-not-flushed (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The container-interceptors element gives the chain of Interceptors
  (instances of org.jboss.ejb.Interceptor) that are associated with the container.
  The declared order of the interceptor elements corresponds to the order of the
  interceptor chain.

  Used in: container-configuration
-->
<!ELEMENT container-interceptors (interceptor+)>

<!--
The client-interceptors defines the home and bean client side interceptor chain

  Used in: proxy-factory-config
-->
<!ELEMENT client-interceptors (home , bean, list-entity?)>

<!-- Define whether the ejb proxy should expose an org.jboss.proxy.IClientContainer
   interface to provide access to the invocation context and interceptors.
-->
<!ATTLIST client-interceptors exposeContainer (true | false )  "false">

<!--
The endpoint-interceptors element gives the chain of interceptors
(instances of org.jboss.proxy.Interceptor) that are associated with the
message endpoint.

  Used in: proxy-factory-config for message inflow
-->
<!ELEMENT endpoint-interceptors (interceptor+)>

<!--
The home element gives the chain of interceptors
(instances of org.jboss.proxy.Interceptor) that are associated with the home
proxy and operate in the client VM. The declared order of the interceptor
elements corresponds to the order of the interceptor chain.

  Used in: client-interceptors
-->
<!ELEMENT home (interceptor+)>

<!--
The bean element gives the chain of interceptors
(instances of org.jboss.proxy.Interceptor) that are associated with the remote
proxy and operate in the client VM. The declared order of the interceptor
elements corresponds to the order of the interceptor chain.

  Used in: client-interceptors
-->
<!ELEMENT bean (interceptor+)>

<!--
The list-entity element gives the chain of interceptors
(instances of org.jboss.proxy.Interceptor) that are associated with the remote
proxy and operate in the client VM. The declared order of the interceptor
elements corresponds to the order of the interceptor chain.

  Used in: client-interceptors
-->
<!ELEMENT list-entity (interceptor+)>

<!--
  The interceptor element specifies an instance of org.jboss.ejb.Interceptor
  that is to be added to the container interceptor stack.

  Used in: home, bean, list-entity, endpoint-interceptors
-->
<!ELEMENT interceptor ANY>

<!-- possible content for the TxInterceptorCMT -->
<!ELEMENT retry-handlers (handler+)>
<!ELEMENT handler (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The transaction attribute is used to indicate what type of container its
  interceptor applies to. It is an enumerated value that can take on one of: Bean,
  Container or Both. A value of Bean indicates that the interceptor should only be
  added to a container for bean-managed transaction.
  A value of Container indicates that the interceptor should only be added to a
  container for container-managed transactions.
  A value of Both indicates that the interceptor should be added to all
  containers. This is the default value if the transaction attribute is not
  explictlygiven.
-->
<!ATTLIST interceptor transaction     (Bean | Container | Both )  "Both">

<!--
  The metricsEnabled attributes is used to indicate if the interceptor
  should only be included when the org.jboss.ejb.ContainerFactory metricsEnabled
  flag is set to true. The allowed values are true and false with false being the
  default if metricsEnabled is not explicitly given.
-->
<!ATTLIST interceptor metricsEnabled  (true | false )  "false">

<!--
  The call-by-value attribute is used to indicate that the interceptor
  should only be included when the value of the attribute corresponds
  to the value of org.jboss.metadata.BeanMetaData callByValue.
  For example, if a bean defines the element <call-by-value>true</call-by-value>
  then a marshalling invoker interceptor will be used instead of the
  non marshalling optimized invoker interceptor.
-->
<!ATTLIST interceptor call-by-value  (true | false )  #IMPLIED>

<!--
  The instance-pool element gives the class name of the instance pool
  jboss must use for in this configuration. This class must implement
  the org.jboss.ejb.InstancePool interface. The defaults are:
  - org.jboss.ejb.plugins.EntityInstancePool for entity beans
  - org.jboss.ejb.plugins.StatelessSessionInstancePool for stateless
  session beans.
  - no pool is used for stateful session beans

  Used in: container-configuration
-->
<!ELEMENT instance-pool (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The instance-cache element gives the class name of the instance cache
  jboss must use for in this configuration. This class must implement
  the org.jboss.ejb.InstanceCache interface. The defaults are:
  - org.jboss.ejb.plugins.NoPassivationEntityInstanceCache for entity beans
  - org.jboss.ejb.plugins.NoPassivationStatefulSessionInstanceCache for
  stateful session beans.
  - no cache is used for stateless session beans

  Used in: container-configuration
-->
<!ELEMENT instance-cache (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The persistence-manager element gives the class name of the persistence
  manager / persistence store jboss must use for in this configuration.
  This class must implement:
  - org.jboss.ejb.EntityPersistenceStore for CMP Entity Beans (default is
  org.jboss.ejb.plugins.jaws.JAWSPersistenceManager)
  - org.jboss.ejb.EntityPersistenceManager for BMP entity beans (default
  is org.jboss.ejb.plugins.BMPPersistenceManager)
  - org.jboss.ejb.StatefulSessionPersistenceManager for stateless session
  beans.
  - no persistence-manager is used for stateless session beans

  Used in: container-configuration
-->
<!ELEMENT persistence-manager (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The locking-policy element gives the class name of the EJB lock
  implementation JBoss must use for in this configuration. This class must
  implement  the org.jboss.ejb.BeanLock interface. The default is
  org.jboss.ejb.plugins.lock.QueuedPessimisticEJBLock.

  Used in: container-configuration
-->
<!ELEMENT locking-policy (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The web-class-loader element gives the class name of the web classloader
  jboss must use for in this configuration. This class must be a subclass
  of org.jboss.web.WebClassLoader. The default is org.jboss.web.WebClassLoader.

  Used in: container-configuration
  Used in: proxy-factory-config
-->
<!ELEMENT web-class-loader (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The container-cache-conf element holds dynamic configuration data
  for the instance cache.
  jboss does not read directly the subtree for this element: instead,
  it is passed to the instance cache instance (if it implements
  org.jboss.metadata.XmlLoadable) for it to load its parameters.

  Used in: container-configuration
-->
<!ELEMENT container-cache-conf (cache-policy? , cache-policy-conf?, cache-policy-conf-other?)>

<!--
  The implementation class for the cache policy, which controls
  when instances will be passivated, etc.

  Used in: container-cache-conf
-->
<!ELEMENT cache-policy (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The configuration settings for the selected cache policy.  This
  is currently only valid for the LRU cache.
  When the cache is the LRU one for the stateful container, the elements
  remover-period and max-bean-life specifies the period of the remover
  task that removes stateful beans (that normally have been passivated)
  that have age greater than the specified max-bean-life element.

  Used in: container-cache-conf (when cache-policy is the LRU cache)
-->
<!ELEMENT cache-policy-conf (min-capacity? , max-capacity? , remover-period? ,
 max-bean-life? , overager-period? , max-bean-age? , resizer-period? ,
 max-cache-miss-period? , min-cache-miss-period? , cache-load-factor?, flush-enabled?)>

<!--
  The minimum capacity of this cache
-->
<!ELEMENT min-capacity (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The maximum capacity of this cache
-->
<!ELEMENT max-capacity (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The period of the overager's runs
-->
<!ELEMENT overager-period (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The period of the remover's runs
-->
<!ELEMENT remover-period (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The max-bean-life specifies the period of the remover
  task that removes stateful beans (that normally have been passivated)
  that have age greater than the specified max-bean-life element.
-->
<!ELEMENT max-bean-life (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The period of the resizer's runs
-->
<!ELEMENT resizer-period (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The age after which a bean is automatically passivated
-->
<!ELEMENT max-bean-age (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  Shrink cache capacity if there is a cache miss every or more
  this member's value
-->
<!ELEMENT max-cache-miss-period (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  Enlarge cache capacity if there is a cache miss every or less
  this member's value
-->
<!ELEMENT min-cache-miss-period (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The resizer will always try to keep the cache capacity so that
  the cache is this member's value loaded of cached objects
-->
<!ELEMENT cache-load-factor (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  For the NoPassivationCachePolicy. Can be true or false
-->
<!ELEMENT flush-enabled (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  Arbitrary XML configuration
-->
<!ELEMENT cache-policy-conf-other ANY>

<!--
  Possible content for the cache-policy-conf-other
-->
<!ELEMENT partitions (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT batch-commit-strategy (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT invalidable EMPTY>

<!--
  The container-pool-conf element holds configuration data for the
  instance pool.
  jboss does not read directly the subtree for this element: instead,
  it is passed to the instance pool instance (if it implements
  org.jboss.metadata.XmlLoadable) for it to load its parameters.

  The default instance pools, EntityInstancePool and
  StatelessSessionInstancePool, both accept the following configuration.

  Used in: container-configuration
-->
<!ELEMENT container-pool-conf (MinimumSize?, MaximumSize?,
   strictMaximumSize?, strictTimeout?)>

<!-- The theoretical minimum size of the pool. Currently unused by JBoss
EJB pools.

Used in: invoker-proxy-conf for JMSContainerInvoker
-->
<!ELEMENT MinimumSize (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The capacity of the Pool. For pools where reclaim is possible, the pool will
  also be repopulated when the instance is free to be reused.
  This is not an hard limit, if instances are needed when the pool is at
  its MaximumSize, new instances will be created following the demand unless
  a strictMaximumSize of true is specified.

  Used in: container-pool-conf and invoker-proxy-conf for JMSContainerInvoker
-->
<!ELEMENT MaximumSize (#PCDATA)>

<!-- A boolean flag indicating if attempts to access the pool will block when
MaximumSize instances are active. The default is false.

  Used in: container-pool-conf
-->
<!ELEMENT strictMaximumSize (#PCDATA)>

<!-- The time in milliseconds to wait for the strictMaximumSize semaphore. The
default is Long.MAX_VALUE or essentially enternity.

  Used in: container-pool-conf
-->
<!ELEMENT strictTimeout (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  The number of millis to keep an unused object in the pool. Currently unused by
  JBoss EJB Pools.

  Used in: invoker-proxy-conf for JMSContainerInvoker
-->
<!ELEMENT KeepAliveMillis (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  This option is only used for entity container configurations.

  The commit-option element tells the container which option to use for transactions.
  Its value must be A, B C, or D.

  - option A: the entiry instance has exclusive access to the database. The instance
  stays ready after a transaction.
  - option B: the entity instance does not have exclusive access to the database.
  The state is loaded before the next transaction.
  - option C: same as B, except the container does not keep the instance after commit:
  a passivate is immediately performed after the commit.

  - option D: a lazy update. default is every 30 secs.
               can be updated with <optiond-refresh-rate>

  See ejb1.1 specification for details (p118).

  Used in: container-configuration
-->
<!ELEMENT commit-option (#PCDATA)>

<!--
  This element is used to specify the refresh rate of commit option d
-->
<!ELEMENT optiond-refresh-rate (#PCDATA)>

<!--
ior-security-config element describes the security configuration information for the IOR.
-->  
<!ELEMENT ior-security-config ( transport-config? , as-context?, sas-context?  )> 

<!--
transport-config is the root element for security between the end points
-->
<!ELEMENT transport-config ( integrity, confidentiality,
 establish-trust-in-target, establish-trust-in-client, detect-misordering?,
 detect-replay?)> 

<!--
integrity element indicates if the server (target) supports integrity protected messages. 
The valid values are NONE, SUPPORTED or REQUIRED
-->  
<!ELEMENT integrity ( #PCDATA)>

<!--
confidentiality element indicates if the server (target) supports privacy protected 
messages. The values are NONE, SUPPORTED or REQUIRED
-->  
<!ELEMENT confidentiality ( #PCDATA)>

<!--
establish-trust-in-target element indicates if the target is capable of authenticating to a client. 
The values are NONE or SUPPORTED.
-->  
<!ELEMENT establish-trust-in-target ( #PCDATA)>

<!--
establish-trust-in-client element indicates if the target is capable of authenticating a client. The
values are NONE, SUPPORTED or REQUIRED.
-->  
<!ELEMENT establish-trust-in-client ( #PCDATA)>

<!--
The optional detect-misordering indicates if the server (target) supports
detection of message sequence errors. The values are NONE, SUPPORTED or REQUIRED.
-->  
<!ELEMENT detect-misordering ( #PCDATA)>

<!--
The optional detect-replay indicates if the server (target) supports detection
of message replay attempts. The values are NONE, SUPPORTED or REQUIRED.
-->  
<!ELEMENT detect-replay ( #PCDATA)>

<!--
as-context (CSIv2 authentication service) is the element describing the authentication 
mechanism that will be used to authenticate the client. If specified it will be the 
username-password mechanism.
-->  
<!ELEMENT as-context ( auth-method, realm, required )> 

<!--
required element specifies if the authentication method specified is required
to be used for client authentication. If so the EstablishTrustInClient bit
will be set in the target_requires field of the AS_Context. The element value
is either true or false. 
-->  
<!ELEMENT required ( #PCDATA )> 

<!--
auth-method element describes the authentication method. The only supported value
for as-context is USERNAME_PASSWORD

For port-component, the auth-method element is used to configure the
authentication mechanism for the web service. As a prerequisite to gaining
access to any web service which are protected by an authorization
constraint, a user must have authenticated using the configured
mechanism. Legal values for this element are "BASIC", or "CLIENT-CERT".

Used in: as-context, port-component

-->  
<!ELEMENT auth-method ( #PCDATA )> 

<!--
realm element describes the realm in which the user is authenticated. Must be 
a valid realm that is registered in server configuration.
-->  
<!ELEMENT realm ( #PCDATA )> 

<!--
sas-context (related to CSIv2 security attribute service) element describes 
the sas-context fields.
-->  
<!ELEMENT sas-context ( caller-propagation )> 

<!--
caller-propagation element indicates if the target will accept propagated caller identities
The values are NONE or SUPPORTED.
-->  
<!ELEMENT caller-propagation ( #PCDATA) >

<!-- The port-component element specifies a mapping from a webservice
port-component whose service-impl-bean/ejb-link value maps to an ejb.

Used in: session
-->
<!ELEMENT port-component (port-component-name, port-component-uri?, auth-method?,
 transport-guarantee?, secure-wsdl-access?) >

<!-- Maps to the port-component-name in the webservices.xml descriptor.

Used in: port-component
-->
<!ELEMENT port-component-name (#PCDATA) >

<!-- Relative path that is appended to the <context-root> element to form fully qualified
endpoint address for a web service endpoint. 

For backwards compatibility, it may also be the absolute path starting with web context root 
to form fully qualified endpoint address for a web service endpoint. In this case, the port component uri
must contain at least two token seperated by '/'. The first token is the web context root,
which must be identical among all port component uris in a given deployment.

Used in: port-component
-->
<!ELEMENT port-component-uri (#PCDATA) >

<!--
The transport-guarantee element specifies that the communication
between client and server should be NONE, INTEGRAL, or
CONFIDENTIAL. NONE means that the application does not require any
transport guarantees. A value of INTEGRAL means that the application
requires that the data sent between the client and server be sent in
such a way that it can't be changed in transit. CONFIDENTIAL means
that the application requires that the data be transmitted in a
fashion that prevents other entities from observing the contents of
the transmission. In most cases, the presence of the INTEGRAL or
CONFIDENTIAL flag will indicate that the use of SSL is required.

Used in: port-component
-->
<!ELEMENT transport-guarantee (#PCDATA)>

<!--
A secure endpoint does not by default publish it's wsdl on an unsecure transport.
You can override this behaviour by explicitly setting the secureWSDLAccess flag to false.

Used in: port-component
-->
<!ELEMENT secure-wsdl-access (#PCDATA)>

<!--
Activation config

used in message-driven and proxy-factory-config
-->
<!ELEMENT activation-config ( activation-config-property* )>

<!--
Activation config properties 

used in activation-config
-->
<!ELEMENT activation-config-property ( activation-config-property-name, 
                                       activation-config-property-value )>
<!--
Activation config property name

used in activation-config-property
-->
<!ELEMENT activation-config-property-name ( #PCDATA )>

<!--
Activation config property value

used in activation-config-property
-->
<!ELEMENT activation-config-property-value ( #PCDATA )>
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