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Fix README markdown

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##### \<cloud:connection\> options
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##### \<cloud:pool\> options
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<td>Uses the default setting of the Apache Commons Pool which is unlimited (-1)</td>
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#### \<cloud:mongo-db-factory\>
The \<cloud:mongo-db-factory\> element provides a convenient way to configure the MongoDB connection factory for your Spring application.
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The values for the write-concern attribute correspond to the values available in the com.mongodb.WriteConcern class.
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<td>Exceptions are raised for network issues, and server errors and the write operation waits for the server to flush the data to disk</td>
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A simple example MongoDbFactory configuration to be injected into a MongoTemplate would look like this, with the only attribute used specifying the id of the mongoDbFactory bean.
```xml
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##### \<cloud:mongo-options\>
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<td>The Mongo driver has a default of 120000</td>
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#### \<cloud:redis-connection-factory\>
The \<cloud:redis-connection-factory\> element provides a convenient way to configure the Redis connection factory for your Spring application.
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##### \<cloud:pool\> options
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<td>Uses the default setting of the Apache Commons Pool which is unlimited (-1)</td>
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#### \<cloud:rabbit-connection-factory\>
The \<cloud:rabbit-connection-factory\> element provides a convenient way to configure the RabbitMQ connection factory for your Spring application.
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##### \<cloud:rabbit-options\>
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<td>The default is 1</td>
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#### \<cloud:service-scan\>
The \<cloud:service-scan\> element scans all services bound to the application and creates a bean of an appropriate type for each. You can think of this element as a cloud extension of \<context:component-scan\> in core Spring, which scans the classpath for beans with certain annotations and creates a bean for each. The \<cloud:service-scan\> is especially useful during the initial phases of application development, where you want immediate access to service beans without adding a \<cloud\> element for each new service bound.

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