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4 //config.inc--FboPrime FBO Configuration
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699 //<http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/why-not-lgpl.html>.
700 //-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
701 //********************************************************************************
702 //This file must be customized for each FBO. The following information is
703 //customizable:
704 //
705 // o MySQL database information (which host to connect to, which database to use,
706 // and the password to use for the database).
707 //
708 // o FBO name, address, phone numbers, and e-mail contact information.
709 //
710 // o Scheduling behavior parameters, such as how long information should be
711 // retained, how close to a reservation time a reservation may be made or
712 // canceled without contacting the FBO, how standby reservations are
713 // handled, etc.
714 //
715 // o Colors.
716 //
717 //==============================================================================================================
718 //==============================================================================================================
719 //==== MySQL Information ======================================================================================
720 //==============================================================================================================
721 //==============================================================================================================
722 //MySQL connection configuration. This information must be kept absolutely
723 //private (i.e. with this information, an attack could potentially be mounted).
724 //
725 define("CONFIG_MYSQL_SERVER", "localhost");
726 define("CONFIG_MYSQL_DATABASE", "fboprimedevel");
727 define("CONFIG_MYSQL_USERNAME", "fboprimedevel");
728 define("CONFIG_MYSQL_PASSWORD", "quelle0");
729 //
730 //Prefix to use in the system logs when there is a database problem and a system log entry must be
731 //made.
732 //
734 //
735 //==============================================================================================================
736 //==============================================================================================================
737 //==== Web Location/URL/Cookie Options =======================================================================
738 //==============================================================================================================
739 //==============================================================================================================
740 //These options control how certain URLs are formed, how cookies are issued, etc. It is important to get
741 //these right, or logins won't work (among other things).
742 //
743 define("CONFIG_URL_DOMAIN", "fboprimedevel.e3ft.com" ); //The server name as used in the URL. This is
744 //used for cookies and to create some URLs.
745 define("CONFIG_URL_FSPATH", "/flightschedule" ); //The path within the base URL where the flight
746 //scheduler is. This is used for cookies and
747 //to create some URLs.
749 //==============================================================================================================
750 //==============================================================================================================
751 //==== FBO Name, Address, and Other Information ==============================================================
752 //==============================================================================================================
753 //==============================================================================================================
754 //FBO name and identity information.
755 //
756 define("CONFIG_FBO_NAME_LONG", "Acme Aviation, LLC"); //Long name.
757 define("CONFIG_FBO_NAME_MEDIUM", "Acme Aviation"); //Medium name.
758 define("CONFIG_FBO_NAME_SHORT", "Acme"); //Short name.
759 define("CONFIG_FBO_NAME_TINY", "AA"); //Tiny name, typically an acronym.
760 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
761 //FBO physical address information. The physical address is where a person would visit the FBO.
762 //
763 define("CONFIG_FBO_VADDRESS_COUNTRY", "U.S.A."); //Country. Not normally displayed, so separated
764 //out.
765 define("CONFIG_FBO_VADDRESS_01", "123 Anywhere Lane");
766 define("CONFIG_FBO_VADDRESS_02", "Pleasantville IA 12345-6789");
768 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
769 //FBO correspondence address information. For most FBOs, this will be the same as the physical
770 //address.
771 //
774 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
775 //FBO package delivery address information. For most FBOs, this will be the same as the physical
776 //address.
777 //
780 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
781 //FBO phone numbers.
782 //
783 define("CONFIG_FBO_OPHONE", "123-456-7890" ); //The general office phone number.
784 define("CONFIG_FBO_SPHONE", CONFIG_FBO_OPHONE); //The phone number to use for scheduling matters.
785 define("CONFIG_FBO_FPHONE", CONFIG_FBO_OPHONE); //The FAX number.
786 define("CONFIG_FBO_PPHONE", CONFIG_FBO_OPHONE); //The phone number to use for package delivery.
787 //
788 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
789 //Automatically-generated e-mail options.
790 //
791 define("CONFIG_FBO_AUTOMAIL_FROM", "automailer@acmeaviation.com"); //Address that e-mail should be from.
792 define("CONFIG_FBO_AUTOMAIL_LINELENGTH", 69 ); //Line length of automatically-generated
793 //e-mail. 69 should not be exceeded
794 //due to documentation of mail() function.
795 //
796 //Returns the footer text to be used in automatically-generated e-mails. Has to be defined
797 //as a function to prevent evaluation of global variables before they have been set.
798 //
799 function CONFIG_fbo_automail_footer_text()
800 {
801 global $GLOBAL_stime_year;
802 global $GLOBAL_stime_month;
803 global $GLOBAL_stime_day;
804 global $GLOBAL_stime_hour;
805 global $GLOBAL_stime_minute;
807 $hyphen_line = "";
808 for ($i=0; $i<(CONFIG_FBO_AUTOMAIL_LINELENGTH + 1); $i++)
809 $hyphen_line .= "-";
811 return(
812 $hyphen_line
813 .
814 " "
815 .
816 "This e-mail was automatically generated by the server on "
817 .
818 DATEFUNC_stdlongdate_w_dow($GLOBAL_stime_year, $GLOBAL_stime_month, $GLOBAL_stime_day)
819 .
820 " at "
821 .
822 DATEFUNC_stdtimenosec($GLOBAL_stime_hour, $GLOBAL_stime_minute)
823 .
824 " "
825 .
826 "Please contact "
827 .
829 .
830 " at "
831 .
833 .
834 " if you have any questions or concerns about this e-mail. "
835 .
836 "Please do not reply to this e-mail, as it is "
837 .
838 "automatically generated and replies are not processed."
839 );
840 }
841 //
842 //
843 //==============================================================================================================
844 //==============================================================================================================
845 //==== Time Locale ===========================================================================================
846 //==============================================================================================================
847 //==============================================================================================================
848 //Time locale is tricky because of U.S. daylight savings time, which is sometimes problematic because of
849 //local legislation and pending legislation being inconsistent with the Linux code base. For that reason,
850 //the translation between the server's time and the client local time used for scheduling is handled with a
851 //function in the CONFIG file--that gives the option of making very sophisticated mappings if it ever becomes
852 //necessary.
853 //
854 //This mapping is provided because the server's time may be different than the time at the FBO. It would be
855 //possible, for example, to have an FBO in Los Angeles, California, USA served by a server in Paris, France.
856 //
857 //If you use FBO-Prime and have developed alternate mappings, please e-mail them to the authors so they
858 //can be included in the documentation.
859 //
860 function CONFIG_unix_sched_time_map( $unix_seconds, //Input, Unix server seconds, string (string to
861 //deal with the 2037 A.D. Unix epoch issue).
862 $unix_nanoseconds, //Input, Unix server nanoseconds, integer, 0-999,999,999.
863 &$sched_year, //Output, client locale year, integer, 2,000-2,099.
864 &$sched_month, //Output, client locale month, integer, 1-12.
865 &$sched_day, //Output, client locale day of month, integer, 1-31.
866 &$sched_hour, //Output, client locale hour, integer, 0-23.
867 &$sched_minute, //Output, client locale minute, integer, 0-59.
868 &$sched_second, //Output, client locale second, integer, 0-59.
869 &$sched_microsecond, //Output, client locale microsecond, integer, 0-999,999.
870 &$sched_dow //Output, day of week, integer, 0-6, 0=Sunday.
871 )
872 {
873 //At the present time, should use the built-in PHP functions to convert from integer seconds to
874 //the time and so on. Later on, may do it another way. The built-in PHP functions will probably
875 //not work for anything over 2037. Probably want to use bcmath, subtract out the GMT seconds
876 //at midnight on Jan 1, 2000, etc.
878 //Integer Unix seconds for use with PHP date() function--simple typecast should work until 2037 A.D.
879 $unix_seconds_int = (int)$unix_seconds;
881 //Integer year in locale.
882 $sched_year = (int) date("Y", $unix_seconds_int);
884 //Integer month in locale.
885 $sched_month = (int) date("n", $unix_seconds_int);
887 //Integer day in locale.
888 $sched_day = (int) date("j", $unix_seconds_int);
890 //Integer hour in locale.
891 $sched_hour = (int) date("G", $unix_seconds_int);
893 //Integer minute in locale.
894 $sched_minute_string
895 = date("i", $unix_seconds_int);
896 if (SubStr($sched_minute_string, 0, 1) == "0")
897 $sched_minute_string = SubStr($sched_minute_string, 1, 1);
898 $sched_minute = (int)$sched_minute_string;
900 //Integer second in locale.
901 $sched_second_string
902 = date("s", $unix_seconds_int);
903 if (SubStr($sched_second_string, 0, 1) == "0")
904 $sched_second_string = SubStr($sched_second_string, 1, 1);
905 $sched_second = (int)$sched_second_string;
907 //Integer microseconds in locale. Since any locale can only adjust by
908 //integer seconds, the fractional time is carried through.
909 $sched_microsecond = $unix_nanoseconds / 1000;
911 //Integer day of week in locale.
912 $sched_dow = (int) date("w", $unix_seconds_int);
913 }
914 //
915 //==============================================================================================================
916 //==============================================================================================================
917 //==== Miscellaneous Global Options ==========================================================================
918 //==============================================================================================================
919 //==============================================================================================================
920 //Time format.
921 //
922 define("CONFIG_TIME_FORMAT_24HR", FALSE); //Change to TRUE for military time.
923 //
924 //Date format.
925 //
926 define("CONFIG_DATE_FORMAT_EUROPEAN", FALSE); //Change to TRUE to get European dates (DD/MM/YY).
927 //
928 //==============================================================================================================
929 //==============================================================================================================
930 //==== Global Appearance Options =============================================================================
931 //==============================================================================================================
932 //==============================================================================================================
933 //Default color used for most backgrounds, etc. to give a consistent color scheme.
935 //
936 //Default colors used for small banner bars, such as appear in the scheduling
937 //mini-calendar.
939 define("CONFIG_GLOBAL_BANNERBAR_MINI_B", "888888");
940 //
941 //Color used for unvisited, visited, and active links.
942 define("CONFIG_GLOBAL_COLOR_LINK", "4040C0" );
946 //
947 //Colors used for serious error notices.
948 define("CONFIG_GLOBAL_COLOR_ERROR_BG", "FF8080" );
949 define("CONFIG_GLOBAL_COLOR_ERROR_TEXT", "000000" );
950 //
951 //Whether to generate pretty HTML (pretty = formatted for human viewing). Pretty
952 //HTML is good for human viewing and useful in debugging, but takes longer for the browser to load,
953 //especially over a slow communication channel.
955 //
956 //==============================================================================================================
957 //==============================================================================================================
958 //==== Scheduling Day View Appearance Options ================================================================
959 //==============================================================================================================
960 //==============================================================================================================
961 //Color used for the background of the login box, choices, mini-calendars.
963 //
964 //Color used for the table cells displaying time.
966 //
967 //Colors used for calendar dates in the mini-calendar when the day is both the current
968 //day and the one being viewed, the calendar day only, and the day being viewed only.
972 //
973 //Colors used for cells in the scheduling matrix.
974 define("CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_DSMAT_THEAD", "AAAAAA" ); //Top/bot column headings.
975 define("CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_DSMAT_LHEAD", "AAAAAA" ); //Left row headings.
976 define("CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_DSMAT_RIDLE", "FFFFFF" ); //Idle reservation cells.
977 define("CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_DSMAT_RBANN", "80FF80" ); //Banner reservation cells.
978 define("CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_DSMAT_RACTV", "8080FF" ); //Active reservation cells.
979 define("CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_DSMAT_RSTBY", "B0B0B0" ); //Standby reservation cells.
980 //
981 //==============================================================================================================
982 //==============================================================================================================
983 //==== Scheduling Behavior Options ===========================================================================
984 //==============================================================================================================
985 //==============================================================================================================
986 //The number of months before and after the current date where a user is able to view and (in the future
987 //only) change the schedule. The limit works in a whole month sense, i.e. either an entire month is or is
988 //not viewable and schedulable. Both of these limits work in a <= or >= sense. For the lower limit,
990 //and for the upper limit,
992 //So, for example, a limit of one for both would allow one to view the past month and the next month.
993 //
996 //
997 //The lockout period where a user can't make reservations any fewer than this many hours before the
998 //scheduled time.
999 define("CONFIG_SCHED_RESV_BUFF_HRS", 12 );
1000 //
1001 //The number of hours days that a reservation purely in the past can be modified by _anyone_. After some
1002 //period of time it becomes a historical record and should not be modified.
1004 //
1005 //The layout of the scheduling day view in terms of the hours of the day displayed. The hours of the day
1006 //are divided into panels, not necessarily non-overlapping. This array defines the panels.
1007 //The upper limits on the panels are "closed", i.e. 0,9 means midnight through 9:59 a.m.
1008 //The paneling scheme may not have a panel that crosses midnight (reservations may cross midnight,
1009 //of course, but one of the assumptions made in the reservation display code is that panels do not
1010 //cross midnight).
1011 $CONFIG_SCHED_DAY_PANELS = array( 0, 9,
1012 7, 18,
1013 14, 23 );
1014 //
1015 //==============================================================================================================
1016 //==============================================================================================================
1017 //==== Logging Options =======================================================================================
1018 //==============================================================================================================
1019 //==============================================================================================================
1020 //The number of log entries that should be retained in the log. 500,000 seems like a reasonable number. For
1021 //an FBO that gets 2,000 log entries per day, this gives a history of the better part of a year--seems good
1022 //enough. Disk space consumption has not been estimated.
1023 //
1024 define("CONFIG_LOG_MAX_ENTRIES", 500000);
1025 //
1026 //==============================================================================================================
1027 //==============================================================================================================
1028 //==== Login Recovery Options ================================================================================
1029 //==============================================================================================================
1030 //==============================================================================================================
1031 //The number of minutes for which temporary passwords are valid.
1032 //
1034 //
1035 //==============================================================================================================
1036 //==============================================================================================================
1037 //==== User Creation and Privilege Options ===================================================================
1038 //==============================================================================================================
1039 //==============================================================================================================
1040 //The array below represents the pecking order at the typical FBO. For each category of user, the array
1041 //contains, in order:
1042 // a)The security level of the category. (A smaller integer corresponds to more privilege.)
1043 // b)The text description of the category of user. This is suitable for drop-down lists in web forms.
1044 // c)A shorter text tag of the category of user. This must contain no spaces.
1045 // d)The privilege string to use when creating this category of user.
1046 //
1047 //Note that the integer index of the category of user is implied by its location in the table.
1048 //
1050 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1051 //The database administrator has even more privileges than the owner/operator of the FBO.
1052 //There may be technical changes to the database and so on that the DB admin may make but which
1053 //would be dangerous for non-technical users to make.
1054 0,
1055 "Database Administrator",
1057 "",
1058 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1059 //The owner/partner of the FBO has every non-technical privilege. Additionally, because
1060 //they have a security level with more privilege than any other category of user, nobody at
1061 //the business may alter their privileges.
1062 1,
1063 "Owner/Partner",
1065 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"" . //Can view logs.
1066 "\\canresetpasswords=\"\"" . //Can reset passwords.
1067 "\\canviewreservationdetails=\"\"" . //Can view reservation details.
1068 "\\sesslifetimedefault=\"900\"", //15 minutes default logout time.
1069 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1070 //The manager of the FBO is/are the individual(s) who run the FBO on a day-to-day
1071 //basis.
1072 2,
1073 "Manager",
1075 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"" . //Can view logs.
1076 "\\canresetpasswords=\"\"" . //Can reset passwords.
1077 "\\canviewreservationdetails=\"\"" . //Can view reservation details.
1078 "\\sesslifetimedefault=\"900\"", //15 minutes default logout time.
1079 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1080 //The office manager is typically below the manager. Just to prevent accidents,
1081 //this is probably the lowest-ranking employee that should be able to modify
1082 //resources. Other employees are certainly trustworthy, but human curiousity
1083 //is what it is, and computers are what they are.
1084 3,
1085 "Office Manager",
1087 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"" . //Can view logs.
1088 "\\canresetpasswords=\"\"" . //Can reset passwords.
1089 "\\canviewreservationdetails=\"\"" . //Can view reservation details.
1090 "\\sesslifetimedefault=\"900\"", //15 minutes default logout time.
1091 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1092 //The flight instructors, office employees, and mechanics have quite liberal
1093 //privileges, but less than the office manager (to prevent accidents).
1094 4,
1095 "Flight Instructor",
1097 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"" . //Can view logs.
1098 "\\canresetpasswords=\"\"" . //Can reset passwords.
1099 "\\canviewreservationdetails=\"\"" . //Can view reservation details.
1100 "\\sesslifetimedefault=\"900\"", //15 minutes default logout time.
1101 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1102 //Office employee
1103 4,
1104 "Office Employee",
1106 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"" . //Can view logs.
1107 "\\canresetpasswords=\"\"" . //Can reset passwords.
1108 "\\canviewreservationdetails=\"\"" . //Can view reservation details.
1109 "\\sesslifetimedefault=\"900\"", //15 minutes default logout time.
1110 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1111 //Mechanic
1112 4,
1113 "Mechanic",
1115 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"" . //Can view logs.
1116 "\\canresetpasswords=\"\"" . //Can reset passwords.
1117 "\\canviewreservationdetails=\"\"" . //Can view reservation details.
1118 "\\sesslifetimedefault=\"900\"", //15 minutes default logout time.
1119 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1120 //Line Employee: Fewer privileges than flight instructors and others.
1121 5,
1122 "Line Employee",
1124 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"" . //Can view logs.
1125 "\\canresetpasswords=\"\"" . //Can reset passwords.
1126 "\\canviewreservationdetails=\"\"" . //Can view reservation details.
1127 "\\sesslifetimedefault=\"900\"", //15 minutes default logout time.
1128 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1129 //Customer: fewest privileges of all.
1130 20,
1131 "Customer",
1133 "\\sesslifetimedefault=\"1800\"", //30 minutes default logout time.
1134 );
1135 //The session lifetime (seconds) to use if the user who logs in does not have the necessary
1136 //information in the permission string.
1137 define("CONFIG_SESS_LIFETIME_DEFAULT", 1200); //20 minutes
1138 //
1139 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1140 //End of $RCSfile: config.inc,v $.
1141 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1142 ?>

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