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1 #!/usr/bin/php -q
2 <?php
3 //$Header: /home/dashley/cvsrep/e3ft_gpl01/e3ft_gpl01/webprojs/fboprime/sw/standalone/dbtestpop.php,v 1.31 2006/11/05 01:07:30 dashley Exp $
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5 //dbtestpop.php--Populates the FBO-Prime Database for Testing
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701 //-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
702 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
703 //This script populates an FBO-Prime database for testing. This program was
704 //used to populate the database after dropping and recreating the database to
705 //avoid the trouble of manually re-entering data using web forms.
706 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
707 //Set the include file path. This is necessary to get to the configuration
708 //information, including how to try to connect to the database.
709 set_include_path("/var/www/php_library/fboprime");
710 //
711 require_once("config.inc");
712 require_once("passwd.inc");
713 require_once("rscsx.inc");
714 require_once("resvx.inc");
715 require_once("sguid.inc");
716 require_once("usrsx.inc");
717 //
718 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
719 //Writes a horizontal line.
720 //
721 function hline()
722 {
723 for ($i=0; $i<80; $i++)
724 {
725 echo "-";
726 }
727 echo "\n";
728 }
729 //
730 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
731 //Errors out.
732 //
733 function error_out()
734 {
735 echo "FATAL ERROR\n";
736 exit(1);
737 }
738 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
739 //Returns a version control string. Used for randomness.
740 //
741 function vc_info()
742 {
743 return("\$Header: /home/dashley/cvsrep/e3ft_gpl01/e3ft_gpl01/webprojs/fboprime/sw/standalone/dbtestpop.php,v 1.31 2006/11/05 01:07:30 dashley Exp $");
744 }
745 //
746 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
747 function random_alpha_character()
748 {
749 $s = "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz";
750
751 $l = strlen($s);
752
753 $p = rand(0, $l-1);
754
755 return(SubStr($s, $p, 1));
756 }
757 //
758 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
759 function random_alphanum_character()
760 {
761 $s = "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789";
762
763 $l = strlen($s);
764
765 $p = rand(0, $l-1);
766
767 return(SubStr($s, $p, 1));
768 }
769 //
770 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
771 function random_nameish_string($maxlen)
772 {
773 if ($maxlen == 0)
774 {
775 return("");
776 }
777 else
778 {
779 $tgt = rand(1,$maxlen);
780 $rv = StrToUpper(random_alpha_character());
781 while(strlen($rv) < $tgt)
782 {
783 $rv .= random_alpha_character();
784 }
785
786 return($rv);
787 }
788 }
789 //
790 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
791 function random_useridish_string($maxlen)
792 {
793 if ($maxlen == 0)
794 {
795 return("");
796 }
797 else
798 {
799 $tgt = rand(1,$maxlen);
800 $rv = random_alpha_character();
801 while(strlen($rv) < $tgt)
802 {
803 $rv .= random_alphanum_character();
804 }
805
806 return($rv);
807 }
808 }
809 //
810 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
811 function add_random_user()
812 {
813 //Get a userid.
814 $v["userid"] = random_useridish_string(20);
815
816 //Get a password hash.
817 $v["pwhash"] = PASSWD_stored_hash_gen($v["userid"]);
818
819 //Get a sex.
820 $v["sex"] = rand(0,2);
821
822 //Get a first name.
823 $v["fname"] = random_nameish_string(10);
824
825 //Get a last name.
826 $v["lname"] = random_nameish_string(12);
827
828 $trash = rand(0,2);
829 if ($trash == 0)
830 $v["schedalonerscs"] = ",1,5,";
831 else if ($trash == 1)
832 $v["schedalonerscs"] = ",3,2,4,7,12,";
833 else
834 $v["schedalonerscs"] = ",9,";
835
836 //Add the user.
837 USRS_record_add_modify("A", $v, $result_code_out, $errors_out, $warnings_out);
838 }
839 //
840 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
841 function add_random_users()
842 {
843 //Decide how many users.
844 $nusers = rand(0,50);
845
846 for ($i=0; $i<$nusers; $i++)
847 add_random_user();
848 }
849 //
850 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
851 function populate_usrs_table()
852 {
853 global $GLOBAL_dbhandle;
854
855 $lut = array(
856 //-------------------------------------------------------------
857 //Theresa Whiting
858 //
859 "twhiting",
860 "twhiting",
861 USRS_SEX_FEMALE,
862 "Theresa",
863 "Whiting",
864 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
865 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
866 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
867 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
868 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
869 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
870 "limeshoes@yahoo.com",
871 "theresa@metzgersaircraft.com",
872 //-------------------------------------------------------------
873 //Daniel Wynja
874 //
875 "dwynja",
876 "dwynja",
877 USRS_SEX_MALE,
878 "Daniel",
879 "Wynja",
880 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
881 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
882 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
883 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
884 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
885 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
886 "danielwynja@hotmail.com",
887 "",
888 //-------------------------------------------------------------
889 //Sun Hee Metzger
890 //
891 "smetzger",
892 "smetzger",
893 USRS_SEX_FEMALE,
894 "Sun Hee",
895 "Metzger",
896 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
897 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
898 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
899 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
900 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
901 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
902 "eric@metzgersaircraft.com",
903 "",
904 //-------------------------------------------------------------
905 //Eric Metzger
906 //
907 "emetzger",
908 "emetzger",
909 USRS_SEX_MALE,
910 "Eric",
911 "Metzger",
912 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
913 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
914 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
915 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
916 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
917 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
918 "eric@metzgersaircraft.com",
919 "",
920 //-------------------------------------------------------------
921 //Nicki MacDonald
922 //
923 "nmacdona",
924 "nmacdona",
925 USRS_SEX_FEMALE,
926 "Nicki",
927 "MacDonald",
928 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
929 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
930 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
931 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
932 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
933 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
934 "nicki@metzgersaircraft.com",
935 "",
936 //-------------------------------------------------------------
937 //Josh Hodge
938 //
939 "jhodge",
940 "jhodge",
941 USRS_SEX_MALE,
942 "Josh",
943 "Hodge",
944 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
945 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
946 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
947 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
948 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
949 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
950 "bcbruin26@aol.com",
951 "10jrhodge@alma.edu",
952 //-------------------------------------------------------------
953 //Peter Ferencz
954 //
955 "pferencz",
956 "pferencz",
957 USRS_SEX_MALE,
958 "Peter",
959 "Ferencz",
960 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
961 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
962 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
963 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
964 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
965 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
966 "",
967 "",
968 //-------------------------------------------------------------
969 //Michael Butson
970 //
971 "mbutson",
972 "mbutson",
973 USRS_SEX_MALE,
974 "Michael",
975 "Butson",
976 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
977 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
978 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
979 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
980 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
981 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
982 "",
983 "",
984 //-------------------------------------------------------------
985 //Bob Buttrick
986 //
987 "bbuttrick",
988 "bbuttrick",
989 USRS_SEX_MALE,
990 "Bob",
991 "Buttrick",
992 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
993 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
994 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
995 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
996 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
997 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
998 "pyro_2232@hotmail.com",
999 "",
1000 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1001 //Sean Ferencz
1002 //
1003 "sferencz",
1004 "sferencz",
1005 USRS_SEX_MALE,
1006 "Sean",
1007 "Ferencz",
1008 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
1009 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
1010 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
1011 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
1012 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
1013 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
1014 "",
1015 "",
1016 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1017 //David Ashley
1018 //
1019 "dashley",
1020 "dashley",
1021 USRS_SEX_MALE,
1022 "David",
1023 "Ashley",
1024 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
1025 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
1026 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
1027 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
1028 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
1029 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
1030 "dtashley@aol.com",
1031 "dta@e3ft.com",
1032 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1033 //Barry Bruns
1034 //
1035 "bbruns",
1036 "bbruns",
1037 USRS_SEX_MALE,
1038 "Barry",
1039 "Bruns",
1040 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
1041 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
1042 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
1043 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
1044 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
1045 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
1046 "bbruns6831@aol.com",
1047 "",
1048 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1049 //Noah Belcher
1050 //
1051 "nbelcher",
1052 "nbelcher",
1053 USRS_SEX_MALE,
1054 "Noah",
1055 "Belcher",
1056 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
1057 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
1058 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
1059 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
1060 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
1061 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
1062 "",
1063 "",
1064 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1065 //Erv Brinker
1066 //
1067 "ebrinker",
1068 "ebrinker",
1069 USRS_SEX_MALE,
1070 "Erv",
1071 "Brinker",
1072 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
1073 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
1074 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
1075 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
1076 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
1077 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
1078 "erv@summitpointe.org",
1079 "",
1080 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1081 //Doug Motts
1082 //
1083 "dmotts",
1084 "dmotts",
1085 USRS_SEX_MALE,
1086 "Doug",
1087 "Motts",
1088 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
1089 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
1090 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
1091 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
1092 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
1093 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
1094 "drmotts@comcast.net",
1095 "dmotts@cequentgroup.com",
1096 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1097 //Candice Young
1098 //
1099 "cyoung",
1100 "cyoung",
1101 USRS_SEX_FEMALE,
1102 "Candice",
1103 "Young",
1104 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
1105 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
1106 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
1107 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
1108 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
1109 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
1110 "young.candice@gmail.com",
1111 "",
1112 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1113 //Jason Duca
1114 //
1115 "jduca",
1116 "jduca",
1117 USRS_SEX_MALE,
1118 "Jason",
1119 "Duca",
1120 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
1121 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
1122 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
1123 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
1124 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
1125 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
1126 "jason.duca@wmich.edu",
1127 "duca47@hotmail.com",
1128 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1129 //Keith Rhoades
1130 //
1131 "krhoades",
1132 "krhoades",
1133 USRS_SEX_MALE,
1134 "Keith",
1135 "Rhoades",
1136 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
1137 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
1138 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
1139 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
1140 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
1141 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
1142 "keith.rhoades@comcast.net",
1143 "",
1144 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1145 //Marilyn Ashley
1146 //
1147 "mashley2",
1148 "mashley2",
1149 USRS_SEX_FEMALE,
1150 "Marilyn",
1151 "Ashley",
1152 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
1153 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
1154 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
1155 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
1156 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
1157 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
1158 "mashley2@aol.com",
1159 "",
1160 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1161 //Ed Shumway
1162 //
1163 "eshumway",
1164 "eshumway",
1165 USRS_SEX_MALE,
1166 "Ed",
1167 "Shumway",
1168 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
1169 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
1170 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
1171 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
1172 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
1173 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
1174 "shumwaypopcorn@aol.com",
1175 "",
1176 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1177 //Pat Traster
1178 //
1179 "ptraster",
1180 "ptraster",
1181 USRS_SEX_MALE,
1182 "Pat",
1183 "Traster",
1184 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
1185 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
1186 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
1187 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
1188 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
1189 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
1190 "trasterp@calhounisd.org",
1191 "",
1192 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1193 //Rob Williams
1194 //
1195 "rwilliams",
1196 "rwilliams",
1197 USRS_SEX_MALE,
1198 "Rob",
1199 "Williams",
1200 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
1201 "\\canviewuserslist=\"\"\\canviewuserinfo=\"\"\\canedituserinfo=\"\"\\canresetuserpasswords=\"\"" .
1202 "\\candeleteusers=\"\"\\canaddusers=\"\"\\canviewforeignresvexistence=\"\"" .
1203 "\\canviewforeignresvdetails=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvlesspriv=\"\"" .
1204 "\\canmodifyforeignresvpeerpriv=\"\"\\canmodifyforeignresvmorepriv=\"\"\\canviewdbstats=\"\"" .
1205 "\\canviewlogentries=\"\"\\canvieweditresources=\"\"",
1206 "",
1207 "",
1208 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1209 //Unprivileged User
1210 //
1211 "uprivuser",
1212 "uprivuser",
1213 USRS_SEX_MALE,
1214 "Unprivileged",
1215 "User",
1216 USRS_STATUS_ACTIVE,
1217 "",
1218 "",
1219 "",
1220 );
1221
1222 $n = count($lut);
1223 for ($i=0; $i<$n; $i+=9)
1224 {
1225 //Add a random number of users to the database.
1226 add_random_users();
1227
1228 $v["userid"] = $lut[$i];
1229 $v["pwhash"] = PASSWD_stored_hash_gen($lut[$i+1]);
1230 $v["sex"] = $lut[$i+2];
1231 $v["fname"] = $lut[$i+3];
1232 $v["lname"] = $lut[$i+4];
1233 $v["status"] = $lut[$i+5];
1234 $v["perm"] = $lut[$i+6];
1235 $v["em1"] = $lut[$i+7];
1236 $v["em2"] = $lut[$i+8];
1237
1238 $trash = rand(0,2);
1239 if ($trash == 0)
1240 $v["schedalonerscs"] = ",1,2,5,9,";
1241 else if ($trash == 1)
1242 $v["schedalonerscs"] = ",3,2,4,";
1243 else
1244 $v["schedalonerscs"] = "";
1245
1246
1247 $v["crmodsguid"] = SGUID_sguid();
1248
1249 echo "Making call to add user \"" . $v["userid"] . "\".\n";
1250
1251 USRS_record_add_modify("A", $v, $result_code_out, $errors_out, $warnings_out);
1252
1253 if ($result_code_out == 0)
1254 echo "Return value was 0, indicating an error.\n";
1255 else
1256 echo "Return value was " . $result_code_out . ".\n";
1257 unset($v);
1258 }
1259 }
1260 //
1261 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1262 //
1263 function populate_rscs_table()
1264 {
1265 global $GLOBAL_dbhandle;
1266
1267 $lut = array(
1268 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1269 //N30348 J4 Cub Coupe
1270 //
1271 RSCS_TYPE_AIRCRAFT,
1272 RSCS_STATUS_ONLINE,
1273 5,
1274 "NC30348 J4 Cub Coupe",
1275 "NC30348",
1276 "NC30348",
1277 "",
1278 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1279 //N52341 Cessna 172P
1280 //
1281 RSCS_TYPE_AIRCRAFT,
1282 RSCS_STATUS_ONLINE,
1283 10,
1284 "N52341 Cessna 172P",
1285 "N52341",
1286 "N52341",
1287 "",
1288 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1289 //N6258K Cessna 172P
1290 //
1291 RSCS_TYPE_AIRCRAFT,
1292 RSCS_STATUS_ONLINE,
1293 15,
1294 "N6258K Cessna 172P",
1295 "N6258K",
1296 "N6258K",
1297 "",
1298 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1299 //N3024S Piper Warrior
1300 //
1301 RSCS_TYPE_AIRCRAFT,
1302 RSCS_STATUS_ONLINE,
1303 20,
1304 "N3024S Piper Warrior",
1305 "N3024S",
1306 "N3024S",
1307 "",
1308 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1309 //N2009Y Beechcraft Duchess
1310 //
1311 RSCS_TYPE_AIRCRAFT,
1312 RSCS_STATUS_ONLINE,
1313 25,
1314 "N2009Y Beechcraft Duchess",
1315 "N2009Y",
1316 "N2009Y",
1317 "",
1318 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1319 //Barry Bruns
1320 //
1321 RSCS_TYPE_FLIGHTINSTRUCTOR,
1322 RSCS_STATUS_ONLINE,
1323 100,
1324 "Bruns, Barry",
1325 "B. Bruns",
1326 "B.B.",
1327 "bbruns",
1328 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1329 //Ed Shumway
1330 //
1331 RSCS_TYPE_FLIGHTINSTRUCTOR,
1332 RSCS_STATUS_ONLINE,
1333 110,
1334 "Shumway, Ed",
1335 "E. Shumway",
1336 "E.S.",
1337 "eshumway",
1338 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1339 //Pat Traster
1340 //
1341 RSCS_TYPE_FLIGHTINSTRUCTOR,
1342 RSCS_STATUS_ONLINE,
1343 112,
1344 "Traster, Pat",
1345 "P. Traster",
1346 "P.T.",
1347 "ptraster",
1348 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1349 //Theresa Whiting
1350 //
1351 RSCS_TYPE_FLIGHTINSTRUCTOR,
1352 RSCS_STATUS_ONLINE,
1353 115,
1354 "Whiting, Theresa",
1355 "T. Whiting",
1356 "T.W.",
1357 "twhiting",
1358 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1359 //Rob Williams
1360 //
1361 RSCS_TYPE_FLIGHTINSTRUCTOR,
1362 RSCS_STATUS_ONLINE,
1363 117,
1364 "Williams, Rob",
1365 "R. Williams",
1366 "R.W.",
1367 "rwilliams",
1368 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1369 //Daniel Wynja
1370 //
1371 RSCS_TYPE_FLIGHTINSTRUCTOR,
1372 RSCS_STATUS_ONLINE,
1373 120,
1374 "Wynja, Daniel",
1375 "D. Wynja",
1376 "D.W.",
1377 "dwynja",
1378 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1379 //Candice Young
1380 //
1381 RSCS_TYPE_FLIGHTINSTRUCTOR,
1382 RSCS_STATUS_ONLINE,
1383 130,
1384 "Young, Candice",
1385 "C. Young",
1386 "C.Y.",
1387 "cyoung",
1388 //-------------------------------------------------------------
1389 );
1390
1391 $n = count($lut);
1392 for ($i=0; $i<$n; $i+=7)
1393 {
1394 $v["type"] = $lut[$i];
1395 $v["status"] = $lut[$i+1];
1396 $v["disporder"] = $lut[$i+2];
1397 $v["longdesc"] = $lut[$i+3];
1398 $v["shortdesc"] = $lut[$i+4];
1399 $v["initials"] = $lut[$i+5];
1400 $v["usercorres"] = USRS_userid_idx_map($lut[$i+6]);
1401 if ($v["usercorres"] === FALSE)
1402 $v["usercorres"] = 0;
1403 $v["crmodsguid"] = SGUID_sguid();
1404
1405 echo "Making call to add resource \"" . $v["longdesc"] . "\".\n";
1406 $rv = RSCS_insert($v);
1407 if ($rv === FALSE)
1408 echo "Return value was FALSE.\n";
1409 else
1410 echo "Return value was " . $rv . ".\n";
1411 unset($v);
1412 }
1413 }
1414 //
1415 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1416 function random_reservation_description($res_no_in)
1417 {
1418 $lut = array(
1419 "RMY->BTL because of my toothache.",
1420 "Trip to Coldwater to use the cleaner restrooms.",
1421 "Woman-chasing at the beach.",
1422 "Man-chasing at the beach.",
1423 "I'm going to get my underarms shaved.",
1424 "Teaching my cat to fly.",
1425 "Teaching my hamster to fly.",
1426 "Teaching my dog to fly.",
1427 "Circles about a point.",
1428 "Squares about a pretty girl.",
1429 "My cat will teach me to appreciate mice.",
1430 "Ovals about a circle, while programming the GPS."
1431 );
1432
1433 return($lut[rand(0, count($lut)-1)]);
1434 }
1435 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1436 function test_populate_resv_table()
1437 {
1438 global $GLOBAL_dbhandle;
1439 global $GLOBAL_stime_year;
1440 global $GLOBAL_stime_month;
1441 global $GLOBAL_stime_day;
1442 global $GLOBAL_stime_string;
1443
1444 $make_output = TRUE;
1445
1446 echo "Adding test reservations.\n";
1447
1448 //Get the indices corresponding to the complete set of flight instructor resources,
1449 //or FALSE if non exist.
1450 $fi_indices = RSCS_get_fi_online_idxs();
1451 //print_r($fi_indices);
1452
1453 //Get the indices corresponding to the complete set of aircraft / simulator resources,
1454 //or FALSE if non exist.
1455 $acftsim_indices = RSCS_get_acftsim_online_idxs();
1456 //print_r($acftsim_indices);
1457
1458 //Get the indices corresponding all active users.
1459 $usrs_indices = USRS_get_user_online_idxs();
1460
1461 //Get the current Unix time.
1462 $unix_time_secs = time();
1463
1464 //Get the lower limit of what we should pick for a date.
1465 $lower_limit_secs = $unix_time_secs - (31 * 24 * 3600 * (CONFIG_SCHED_SCHEDACC_PREV_MO+1));
1466
1467 //Figure out how many seconds should be in the range. This should be kept to a manageable number because
1468 //I don't have too much confidence in the rand() function.
1469 //
1470 $range_secs = (CONFIG_SCHED_SCHEDACC_PREV_MO + CONFIG_SCHED_SCHEDACC_FUTU_MO + 2) * 31 * 24 * 3600;
1471
1472 for ($test_res_cntr = 0; $test_res_cntr < (7 * 30 * 100); $test_res_cntr++)
1473 {
1474 echo "Adding test reservation #" . (string)($test_res_cntr+1) . ".\n";
1475
1476 //Pick a random starting point.
1477 $start_secs = $lower_limit_secs + rand(0, $range_secs);
1478
1479 //Pick a random duration. The distribution should be mostly 1-3 hour reservations with
1480 //a small number that can be as long as 1 week.
1481 if (rand(0,100) == 0)
1482 $duration_secs = rand(1,7*3600*24);
1483 else
1484 $duration_secs = rand(1,3*3600);
1485
1486 //Compute the endpoint.
1487 $end_secs = $start_secs + $duration_secs;
1488
1489 //Compute the aircraft start year, month, day, hour, and minute.
1490 $acft_start_year = (int) date("Y", $start_secs);
1491 $acft_start_month = (int) date("n", $start_secs);
1492 $acft_start_day = (int) date("j", $start_secs);
1493 $acft_start_hour = (int) date("G", $start_secs);
1494 $acft_start_minute = date("i", $start_secs);
1495 if ((strlen($acft_start_minute) == 2) && (SubStr($acft_start_minute, 0, 1) == "0"))
1496 $acft_start_minute = SubStr($acft_start_minute, 1, 1);
1497 $acft_start_minute = (int) $acft_start_minute;
1498 if ($acft_start_minute < 30)
1499 $acft_start_minute = 0;
1500 else
1501 $acft_start_minute = 30;
1502
1503 //Compute the aircraft end year, month, day, hour, and minute.
1504 $acft_end_year = (int) date("Y", $end_secs);
1505 $acft_end_month = (int) date("n", $end_secs);
1506 $acft_end_day = (int) date("j", $end_secs);
1507 $acft_end_hour = (int) date("G", $end_secs);
1508 $acft_end_minute = date("i", $end_secs);
1509 if ((strlen($acft_end_minute) == 2) && (SubStr($acft_end_minute, 0, 1) == "0"))
1510 $acft_end_minute = SubStr($acft_end_minute, 1, 1);
1511 $acft_end_minute = (int) $acft_end_minute;
1512 if ($acft_end_minute < 30)
1513 $acft_end_minute = 0;
1514 else
1515 $acft_end_minute = 30;
1516
1517 //Write the results
1518 echo " "
1519 . "Acft "
1520 . sprintf("%02d/%02d/%04d %02d:%02d:00", $acft_start_month, $acft_start_day, $acft_start_year, $acft_start_hour, $acft_start_minute)
1521 . " - "
1522 . sprintf("%02d/%02d/%04d %02d:%02d:00", $acft_end_month, $acft_end_day, $acft_end_year, $acft_end_hour, $acft_end_minute)
1523 . "\n";
1524
1525 //Need to discard any reservations that are of zero duration.
1526 if (
1527 ($acft_start_year == $acft_end_year)
1528 &&
1529 ($acft_start_month == $acft_end_month)
1530 &&
1531 ($acft_start_day == $acft_end_day)
1532 &&
1533 ($acft_start_hour == $acft_end_hour)
1534 &&
1535 ($acft_start_minute == $acft_end_minute)
1536 )
1537 {
1538 //The items are identical, need to discard.
1539 echo " Start and end times identical--test reservation discarded.\n";
1540 }
1541 else
1542 {
1543 //Offset the flight instructor start time and end time by a random amount
1544 //and get new times for that.
1545 $start_secs = $start_secs - rand(0, 3600 * 2);
1546 $end_secs = $end_secs + rand(0, 3600 * 2);
1547
1548 //Compute the flight instructor start year, month, day, hour, and minute.
1549 $finst_start_year = (int) date("Y", $start_secs);
1550 $finst_start_month = (int) date("n", $start_secs);
1551 $finst_start_day = (int) date("j", $start_secs);
1552 $finst_start_hour = (int) date("G", $start_secs);
1553 $finst_start_minute = date("i", $start_secs);
1554 if ((strlen($finst_start_minute) == 2) && (SubStr($finst_start_minute, 0, 1) == "0"))
1555 $finst_start_minute = SubStr($finst_start_minute, 1, 1);
1556 $finst_start_minute = (int) $finst_start_minute;
1557 if ($finst_start_minute < 30)
1558 $finst_start_minute = 0;
1559 else
1560 $finst_start_minute = 30;
1561
1562 //Compute the aircraft end year, month, day, hour, and minute.
1563 $finst_end_year = (int) date("Y", $end_secs);
1564 $finst_end_month = (int) date("n", $end_secs);
1565 $finst_end_day = (int) date("j", $end_secs);
1566 $finst_end_hour = (int) date("G", $end_secs);
1567 $finst_end_minute = date("i", $end_secs);
1568 if ((strlen($finst_end_minute) == 2) && (SubStr($finst_end_minute, 0, 1) == "0"))
1569 $finst_end_minute = SubStr($finst_end_minute, 1, 1);
1570 $finst_end_minute = (int) $finst_end_minute;
1571 if ($finst_end_minute < 30)
1572 $finst_end_minute = 0;
1573 else
1574 $finst_end_minute = 30;
1575
1576 //Write the results
1577 echo " "
1578 . "Finst "
1579 . sprintf("%02d/%02d/%04d %02d:%02d:00", $finst_start_month, $finst_start_day, $finst_start_year, $finst_start_hour, $finst_start_minute)
1580 . " - "
1581 . sprintf("%02d/%02d/%04d %02d:%02d:00", $finst_end_month, $finst_end_day, $finst_end_year, $finst_end_hour, $finst_end_minute)
1582 . "\n";
1583
1584
1585 //Set up for the database commit.
1586 //
1587 $type = rand(0,2);
1588 $crsguid = SGUID_sguid();
1589 $createtimest = $GLOBAL_stime_string;
1590 $useridx = $usrs_indices[rand(0, count($usrs_indices) - 1)];
1591 $alias = 0;
1592 if ($fi_indices !== FALSE)
1593 {
1594 $finstid = $fi_indices[rand(0, count($fi_indices) - 1)];
1595 $finsttimestart = "ST"
1596 .
1597 sprintf("%04d%02d%02d%02d%02d",
1598 $finst_start_year,
1599 $finst_start_month,
1600 $finst_start_day,
1601 $finst_start_hour,
1602 $finst_start_minute)
1603 .
1604 "00000000";
1605 $finsttimeend = "ST"
1606 .
1607 sprintf("%04d%02d%02d%02d%02d",
1608 $finst_end_year,
1609 $finst_end_month,
1610 $finst_end_day,
1611 $finst_end_hour,
1612 $finst_end_minute)
1613 .
1614 "00000000";
1615 }
1616 else
1617 {
1618 $finstid = 0;
1619 $finsttimestart = "";
1620 $finsttimeend = "";
1621 }
1622
1623 if ($acftsim_indices !== FALSE)
1624 {
1625 $acftsimid = $acftsim_indices[rand(0, count($acftsim_indices) - 1)];
1626 $acftsimtimestart = "ST"
1627 .
1628 sprintf("%04d%02d%02d%02d%02d",
1629 $acft_start_year,
1630 $acft_start_month,
1631 $acft_start_day,
1632 $acft_start_hour,
1633 $acft_start_minute)
1634 .
1635 "00000000";
1636 $acftsimtimeend = "ST"
1637 .
1638 sprintf("%04d%02d%02d%02d%02d",
1639 $acft_end_year,
1640 $acft_end_month,
1641 $acft_end_day,
1642 $acft_end_hour,
1643 $acft_end_minute)
1644 .
1645 "00000000";
1646 }
1647 else
1648 {
1649 $acftsimid = 0;
1650 $acftsimtimestart = "";
1651 $acftsimtimeend = "";
1652 }
1653
1654 $usrprivdesc = "";
1655 $fboprivdesc = "";
1656 $comprivdesc = random_reservation_description($test_res_cntr + 1);
1657 $publicdesc = "";
1658 $crmodsguid = $crsguid;
1659
1660 //Randomly blank out reservation components to represent aircraft-only or flight-instructor-only
1661 //reservations.
1662 if (rand(0,5)==0)
1663 {
1664 //Kill the flight instructor info. Aircraft-only reservation.
1665 $finstid = 0;
1666 $finsttimestart = "";
1667 $finsttimeend = "";
1668 }
1669 else if (rand(0,5)==0)
1670 {
1671 //Kill the aircraft info. Flight-instructor-only reservation.
1672 $acftsimid = 0;
1673 $acftsimtimestart = "";
1674 $acftsimtimeend = "";
1675 }
1676
1677 //Calculate the reservation minimum and maximum.
1678 $resvtimestart = "";
1679 $resvtimeend = "";
1680 if (($acftsimid != 0) && ($finstid != 0))
1681 {
1682 //Both a/c and flight instructor exist. Gotta do some fancy stuff to figure out how to assign.
1683 if (strcmp($finsttimestart, $acftsimtimestart) < 0)
1684 {
1685 $resvtimestart = $finsttimestart;
1686 }
1687 else
1688 {
1689 $resvtimestart = $acftsimtimestart;
1690 }
1691
1692 if (strcmp($finsttimeend, $acftsimtimeend) > 0)
1693 {
1694 $resvtimeend = $finsttimeend;
1695 }
1696 else
1697 {
1698 $resvtimeend = $acftsimtimeend;
1699 }
1700 }
1701 else if ($acftsimid != 0)
1702 {
1703 //Aircraft/simulator, but no flight instructor.
1704 $resvtimestart = $acftsimtimestart;
1705 $resvtimeend = $acftsimtimeend;
1706 }
1707 else if ($finstid != 0)
1708 {
1709 //Flight instructor, but no aircraft/simulator.
1710 $resvtimestart = $finsttimestart;
1711 $resvtimeend = $finsttimeend;
1712 }
1713
1714 //Form the query string.
1715 $query_string = "INSERT INTO resv SET "
1716 .
1717 "type=\"" . mysql_real_escape_string((string)$type, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) . "\", "
1718 .
1719 "crsguid=\"" . mysql_real_escape_string($crsguid, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) . "\", "
1720 .
1721 "createtimest=\"" . mysql_real_escape_string($createtimest, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) . "\", "
1722 .
1723 "useridx=\"" . mysql_real_escape_string((string)$useridx, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) . "\", "
1724 .
1725 "alias=\"" . mysql_real_escape_string((string)$alias, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) . "\", "
1726 .
1727 "finstid=\"" . mysql_real_escape_string((string)$finstid, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) . "\", "
1728 .
1729 "finsttimestart=\"" . mysql_real_escape_string($finsttimestart, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) . "\", "
1730 .
1731 "finsttimeend=\"" . mysql_real_escape_string($finsttimeend, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) . "\", "
1732 .
1733 "acftsimid=\"" . mysql_real_escape_string((string)$acftsimid, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) . "\", "
1734 .
1735 "acftsimtimestart=\"" . mysql_real_escape_string($acftsimtimestart, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) . "\", "
1736 .
1737 "acftsimtimeend=\"" . mysql_real_escape_string($acftsimtimeend, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) . "\", "
1738 .
1739 "resvtimestart=\"" . mysql_real_escape_string($resvtimestart, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) . "\", "
1740 .
1741 "resvtimeend=\"" . mysql_real_escape_string($resvtimeend, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) . "\", "
1742 .
1743 "usrprivdesc=\"" . mysql_real_escape_string($usrprivdesc, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) . "\", "
1744 .
1745 "fboprivdesc=\"" . mysql_real_escape_string($fboprivdesc, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) . "\", "
1746 .
1747 "comprivdesc=\"" . mysql_real_escape_string($comprivdesc, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) . "\", "
1748 .
1749 "publicdesc=\"" . mysql_real_escape_string($publicdesc, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) . "\", "
1750 .
1751 "crmodsguid=\"" . mysql_real_escape_string($crmodsguid, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) . "\""
1752 ;
1753
1754 //echo "\n\n" . $query_string . "\n\n";
1755 //sleep(10);
1756
1757 $result = mysql_query($query_string, $GLOBAL_dbhandle);
1758 }
1759 }
1760 }
1761 //
1762 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1763 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1764 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1765 //------ M A I N S C R I P T ------------------------------------------------
1766 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1767 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1768 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1769 //
1770 //
1771 //This is the list of the database tables. For each one, this script will try to
1772 //trash it if it exists.
1773 //
1774 if ($argc == 1)
1775 {
1776 //The no-parameters case, as expected.
1777 //Set up the global variables.
1778 GLOBAL_init();
1779
1780 $GLOBAL_dbhandle = mysql_connect(CONFIG_MYSQL_SERVER, CONFIG_MYSQL_USERNAME, CONFIG_MYSQL_PASSWORD);
1781 if ($GLOBAL_dbhandle === FALSE)
1782 {
1783 echo "ERROR: Unable to connect and/or authenticate to MySQL database.\n";
1784 exit(1);
1785 }
1786
1787 $result = mysql_select_db(CONFIG_MYSQL_DATABASE, $GLOBAL_dbhandle);
1788 if ($result === FALSE)
1789 {
1790 echo "ERROR: Unable to select MySQL database \"" . CONFIG_MYSQL_DATABASE . "\".\n";
1791 exit(1);
1792 }
1793
1794 hline();
1795
1796 //Populate the usrs table.
1797 populate_usrs_table();
1798 hline();
1799
1800 //Populate the rscs table.
1801 populate_rscs_table();
1802 hline();
1803
1804 //Populate reservations.
1805 test_populate_resv_table();
1806 hline();
1807
1808 //Try to close the database.
1809 $result = mysql_close($GLOBAL_dbhandle);
1810 if ($result === FALSE)
1811 {
1812 echo "ERROR: Unable to close MySQL connection.\n";
1813 exit(1);
1814 }
1815
1816 exit(0);
1817 }
1818 else
1819 {
1820 echo "ERROR: This command accepts no command-line parameters.\n";
1821 exit(1);
1822 }
1823
1824 //If we're here, success. Per the standard Unix way of thinking
1825 //say nothing. Silence means OK.
1826 exit(0);
1827 //
1828 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1829 //End of $RCSfile: dbtestpop.php,v $.
1830 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1831 ?>

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