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3     //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
4     //sessx.inc--FboPrime Session and Authentication Management Functions and Constants Not Needed by Day View
5     // Scheduler
6     //Copyright (C) 2006 David T. Ashley
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22     //Implement session and authentication functions.
23     //-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
24     //Copyright 2006 David T. Ashley
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703     //-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
704     //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
705     require_once("sess.inc");
706     //
707     //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
708     //Stores the current resource field of the session. The current resource field is remembered
709     //as part of the session state in case the resource is ever ambiguous and we need a default.
710     //
711     function SESS_curresource_set($sid_in, $curresource_in)
712     {
713     global $GLOBAL_dbhandle;
715     //Form a query to reflect assigning the new current resource to the session record.
716     //
717     $query_string = "UPDATE sess SET curresource=\"" . (string)$curresource_in . "\" WHERE sid=\"" . $sid_in . "\"";
719     //Run the query. We don't much care whether it fails or succeeds (nothing to be done, anyway).
720     mysql_query($query_string, $GLOBAL_dbhandle);
721     }
722     //
723     //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
724     //Stores the current user field of the session. The current user field is remembered
725     //as part of the session state in case the user is ever ambiguous and we need a default.
726     //
727     function SESS_curuser_set($sid_in, $curuser_in)
728     {
729     global $GLOBAL_dbhandle;
731     //Form a query to reflect assigning the new current user to the session record.
732     //
733     $query_string = "UPDATE sess SET curuser=\"" . (string)$curuser_in . "\" WHERE sid=\"" . $sid_in . "\"";
735     //Run the query. We don't much care whether it fails or succeeds (nothing to be done, anyway).
736     mysql_query($query_string, $GLOBAL_dbhandle);
737     }
738     //
739     //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
740     //Stores the userlistactive field of the session. The userlistactive field is remembered
741     //as part of the session state so we know which of the two user lists to come back to.
742     //
743     function SESS_userlistactive_set($sid_in, $userlistactive_in)
744     {
745     global $GLOBAL_dbhandle;
747     //Form a query to reflect assigning the new userlistactive field to the session record.
748     //
749     $query_string = "UPDATE sess SET userlistactive=\"" . (string)$userlistactive_in . "\" WHERE sid=\"" . $sid_in . "\"";
751     //Run the query. We don't much care whether it fails or succeeds (nothing to be done, anyway).
752     mysql_query($query_string, $GLOBAL_dbhandle);
753     }
754     //
755     //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
756     //End of $RCSfile: sessx.inc,v $.
757     //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
758     ?>

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