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680 //the library. If this is what you want to do, use the GNU Lesser General
681 //Public License instead of this License. But first, please read
682 //<http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/why-not-lgpl.html>.
683 //-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
684 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
685 //Prevent browser or proxy caching.
686 //
687 header("Cache-Control: no-cache, must-revalidate");
688 header("Pragma: no-cache");
689 header("Expires: Mon, 26 Jul 1997 05:00:00 GMT");
690 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
691 //The include path (set in the PHP config file) has to be overridden. This allows many users of
692 //the same server to each have their own PHP library, located just about anywhere the server has
693 //permissions to read.
694 //
695 set_include_path("/var/www/php_library/fboprime");
696 //
697 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
698 //Include the necessary PHP include (a.k.a. "PHP library") files.
699 require_once("config.inc");
700 require_once("db.inc");
701 require_once("dbx.inc");
702 require_once("dt8.inc");
703 require_once("global.inc");
704 require_once("htmlformat.inc");
705 require_once("log.inc");
706 require_once("menux.inc");
707 require_once("par.inc");
708 require_once("rscsx.inc");
709 require_once("schedview.inc");
710 require_once("sess.inc");
711 require_once("stdformatx.inc");
712 require_once("t4.inc");
713 require_once("tod.inc");
714 require_once("usrs.inc");
715 require_once("usrsx.inc");
716 //
717 require_once("devel.inc");
718 //
719 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
720 //To-Do:
721 // a)Add logging for all events.
722 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
723 function list_resources_page($curuserinfo_in, $cursessioninfo_in)
724 {
725 //Six columns.
726 $c1width = 10; //Status
727 $c2width = 10; //Sort key
728 $c3width = 10; //Type
729 $c4width = 23; //Resource
730 $c5width = 8; //Database index
731 $c6width = 10; //View link
732 $c7width = 10; //Edit link
733 $c8width = 19; //Resource user permissions
734
735 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<html>");
736 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<head>");
737 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<title>FBO-Prime Resources List</title>");
738 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</head>");
739 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<body link=\"#"
740 . CONFIG_GLOBAL_COLOR_UVLINK
741 . "\" vlink=\"#"
742 . CONFIG_GLOBAL_COLOR_VLINK
743 . "\" alink=\"#"
744 . CONFIG_GLOBAL_COLOR_ALINK
745 . "\">");
746 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<table width=\"100%\" border=\"1\" cellspacing=\"0\" cellpadding=\"4\" rules=\"rows\">");
747 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<tr>");
748 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td colspan=\"8\" align=\"center\" width=\"100%\" bgcolor=\"#"
749 .
750 CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_BACKGROUND . "\">");
751 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<br><b>Resource List</b><br><br>");
752 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
753 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</tr>");
754
755 //Run the SQL query to get the full list of resources, ordered by status, then by sort index, then
756 //by index (the final tie-breaker). Only the indexes are returned here to avoid the possibility of
757 //using too much memory for the httpd process.
758 //
759 $idx_list = RSCS_get_idxs_all_rscslist_a();
760
761 //echo "<pre>\n";
762 //print_r($idx_list);
763 //echo "\n</pre>\n";
764 if ($idx_list === FALSE)
765 {
766 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<tr>");
767 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td colspan=\"8\" align=\"center\" width=\"100%\" bgcolor=\"#"
768 .
769 CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_MINICAL_CURVIEW . "\">");
770 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<br>No Resources in Database to Display<br><br>");
771 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
772 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</tr>");
773 }
774 else
775 {
776 //Do the header row.
777 //
778 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<tr>");
779 //
780 //Status
781 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td align=\"center\" width=\"" . $c1width . "%\" bgcolor=\"#"
782 .
783 CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_MINICAL_CURVIEW . "\">");
784 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<b>Status</b>");
785 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
786
787 //Display Order
788 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td align=\"center\" width=\"" . $c2width . "%\" bgcolor=\"#"
789 .
790 CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_MINICAL_CURVIEW . "\">");
791 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<b>Display Order</b>");
792 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
793
794 //Type
795 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td align=\"center\" width=\"" . $c3width . "%\" bgcolor=\"#"
796 .
797 CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_MINICAL_CURVIEW . "\">");
798 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<b>Type</b>");
799 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
800
801 //Resource
802 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td align=\"center\" width=\"" . $c4width . "%\" bgcolor=\"#"
803 .
804 CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_MINICAL_CURVIEW . "\">");
805 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<b>Resource</b>");
806 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
807
808 //Database index
809 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td align=\"center\" width=\"" . $c5width . "%\" bgcolor=\"#"
810 .
811 CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_MINICAL_CURVIEW . "\">");
812 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<b>Database Index</b>");
813 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
814
815 //View
816 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td align=\"center\" width=\"" . $c6width . "%\" bgcolor=\"#"
817 .
818 CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_MINICAL_CURVIEW . "\">");
819 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<b>View Link</b>");
820 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
821
822 //Edit
823 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td align=\"center\" width=\"" . $c7width . "%\" bgcolor=\"#"
824 .
825 CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_MINICAL_CURVIEW . "\">");
826 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<b>Edit Link</b>");
827 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
828
829 //Resource User Permissions
830 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td align=\"center\" width=\"" . $c8width . "%\" bgcolor=\"#"
831 .
832 CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_MINICAL_CURVIEW . "\">");
833 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<b>Modify Resource User Permissions Link</b>");
834 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
835
836 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</tr>");
837
838 for ($i=0; $i<count($idx_list); $i++)
839 {
840 //Grab the resource.
841 $rsc_info = RSCS_retrieve_by_idx($idx_list[$i]);
842
843 if ($rsc_info !== FALSE)
844 {
845 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<tr>");
846
847 //Status
848 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td align=\"center\" width=\"" . $c1width . "%\" bgcolor=\"#"
849 .
850 CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_MINICAL_CURVIEW . "\">");
851 if ($rsc_info["status"] == RSCS_STATUS_OFFLINE) //Display offline resource status in italics
852 {
853 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<i>"
854 .
855 htmlspecialchars(RSCS_status_map_long($rsc_info["status"]))
856 .
857 "</i>");
858 }
859 else
860 {
861 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl(htmlspecialchars(RSCS_status_map_long($rsc_info["status"])));
862 }
863 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
864
865 //Sort key
866 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td align=\"center\" width=\"" . $c2width . "%\" bgcolor=\"#"
867 .
868 CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_MINICAL_CURVIEW . "\">");
869 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl(htmlspecialchars(number_format((string)$rsc_info["disporder"])));
870 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
871
872 //Type
873 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td align=\"center\" width=\"" . $c3width . "%\" bgcolor=\"#"
874 .
875 CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_MINICAL_CURVIEW . "\">");
876 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl(htmlspecialchars(RSCS_type_map_long($rsc_info["type"])));
877 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
878
879 //Resource
880 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td align=\"center\" width=\"" . $c4width . "%\" bgcolor=\"#"
881 .
882 CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_MINICAL_CURVIEW . "\">");
883 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl(htmlspecialchars((string)$rsc_info["longdesc"]));
884 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
885
886 //Database Index
887 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td align=\"center\" width=\"" . $c5width . "%\" bgcolor=\"#"
888 .
889 CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_MINICAL_CURVIEW . "\">");
890 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl(number_format($rsc_info["idx"]));
891 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
892
893 //View
894 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td align=\"center\" width=\"" . $c6width . "%\" bgcolor=\"#"
895 .
896 CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_MINICAL_CURVIEW . "\">");
897 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<a href=\"resourceview.php?resourceidx=" . $rsc_info["idx"] . "\">[View]</a>");
898 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
899
900 //Edit
901 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td align=\"center\" width=\"" . $c7width . "%\" bgcolor=\"#"
902 .
903 CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_MINICAL_CURVIEW . "\">");
904 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<a href=\"resourceedit.php?resourceidx=" . $rsc_info["idx"] . "\">[Edit]</a>");
905 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
906
907 //Resource User Permissions
908 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td align=\"center\" width=\"" . $c8width . "%\" bgcolor=\"#"
909 .
910 CONFIG_SCHED_COLOR_MINICAL_CURVIEW . "\">");
911 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<a href=\"resourceuserperm.php?resourceidx="
912 . $rsc_info["idx"] . "\">[Modify Resource User Permissions]</a>");
913 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
914
915 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</tr>");
916 }
917 }
918 }
919
920 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<tr>");
921 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td align=\"center\" colspan=\"8\">");
922 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<br><b>Note:</b>&nbsp; It is never necessary to delete resources (instead, place the resources ");
923 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<i>offline</i>).&nbsp; If a resource is substituted for another resource by reusing the same ");
924 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("database record and changing all information (not recommended!), be sure to reset all user " .
925 "permissions (which are associated with the database ");
926 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("index and could accidentally be carried over to the new substituted resource).<br><br>");
927 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
928 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</tr>");
929
930 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<tr>");
931 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<td align=\"center\" colspan=\"8\">");
932 HTMLFORMAT_echo_push_nl("<form method=\"post\">");
933 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<br>");
934 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<input type=\"submit\" name=\"buttonval\" value=\"Renumber Display Order Fields\" "
935 .
936 "onClick=\"form.action='resourcerenumber.php'\">");
937 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<br><br>");
938 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<input type=\"submit\" name=\"buttonval\" value=\"Add a New Resource\" "
939 .
940 "onClick=\"form.action='resourceadd.php'\">");
941 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<br><br>");
942 HTMLFORMAT_echo_noop_nl("<input type=\"submit\" name=\"buttonval\" value=\"Return to Day View Scheduler Page\" "
943 .
944 "onClick=\"form.action='index.php'\">");
945 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</form>");
946 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</td>");
947 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</tr>");
948
949 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</table>");
950
951 STDFORMAT_stdfooter_tabular($curuserinfo_in, FALSE, FALSE);
952
953 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</body>");
954 HTMLFORMAT_echo_pull_nl("</html>");
955 }
956 //
957 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
958 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
959 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
960 //----- M A I N S C R I P T ---------------------------------------------------------------------
961 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
962 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
963 //Set all of the global variables to initial values. This action includes acquiring both Unix
964 //timestamps and a consistent locale timestamp. The timestamp is acquired only once per page
965 //load for economy and guaranteed consistency.
966 //
967 GLOBAL_init();
968 //
969 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
970 //Sanitize and copy in any GET/POST parameters and cookies that are used by this web page.
971 //The rest of them are simply ignored.
972 //
973 PAR_get_fbopsid(); //Session identifier cookie.
974 //
975 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
976 //Try to connect to the MySQL daemon. If we can't connect, this is an exceptional circumstance
977 //and we have to display an error screen and abort.
978 //
979 $GLOBAL_dbhandle = mysql_connect(CONFIG_MYSQL_SERVER, CONFIG_MYSQL_USERNAME, CONFIG_MYSQL_PASSWORD);
980 if ($GLOBAL_dbhandle === FALSE)
981 {
982 //Write an error screen.
983 STDFORMAT_dbstartuperrorpage();
984
985 //Make a log entry to the system log.
986 LOG_syslog("Failure to make MySQL connection in \"" . $_SERVER["PHP_SELF"] . "\".");
987
988 //Gracefully terminate the script.
989 exit(0);
990 }
991 //
992 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
993 //Attempt to connect to the correct database. If there is an error, this is an
994 //exceptional circumstance and we have to display an error screen and abort.
995 //
996 if (mysql_select_db(CONFIG_MYSQL_DATABASE, $GLOBAL_dbhandle) === FALSE)
997 {
998 //Write an error screen.
999 STDFORMAT_dbstartuperrorpage();
1000
1001 //Make a log entry to the system log.
1002 LOG_syslog("Failure to select MySQL database in \"" . $_SERVER["PHP_SELF"] . "\".");
1003
1004 //Gracefully terminate the script.
1005 exit(0);
1006 }
1007 //
1008 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1009 //Make provisions for abnormal termination. First, make sure that in the event of abnormal
1010 //termination, a shutdown function that unlocks all database tables is called. If this isn't done,
1011 //if FBO-Prime is run on a system
1012 //
1013 register_shutdown_function("DB_db_shutdown_func");
1014 //
1015 //Make sure that this script will always run to completion. even if the TCP connection is lost or
1016 //a user clicks the STOP button on the browser. There are more complex applications where one
1017 //might want to allow an abort, but for this application where no query should take a lot of time,
1018 //it is more conservative and safer to let every script run to completion.
1019 //
1020 ignore_user_abort(TRUE); //The PHP documentation was apparently wrong. An examination of the user
1021 //comments and a search by function name on the web seems to indicate
1022 //that calling this function with TRUE will disable user abort. However,
1023 //there is a margin for error in what users have said ... if there are
1024 //ever any suspected locking or termination problems, the behavior of this
1025 //function should be empirically confirmed.
1026 //
1027 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1028 //Assume, by default, that no current user is logged in and that no current session is active.
1029 //We may modify those assumptions later.
1030 //
1031 $curuserinfo = FALSE;
1032 $cursessioninfo = FALSE;
1033 //
1034 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1035 //If a session ID exists (it would have been passed in as a cookie):
1036 // a)Authenticate the SID.
1037 // b)On success:
1038 // 1)Update the session information.
1039 // 2)Retrieve user and session information (this will be used throughout the page).
1040 // c)On failure:
1041 // 1)Set variable(s) to indicate failure.
1042 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1043 if ($PAR_fbopsid !== FALSE)
1044 {
1045 SESS_revalidate($curuserinfo, $cursessioninfo);
1046 }
1047 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1048 //Log the page hit.
1049 //
1050 LOG_log(LOG_ET_PAGEHIT,
1051 $GLOBAL_stime_string,
1052 $GLOBAL_client_ip,
1053 ($curuserinfo !== FALSE) ? ($curuserinfo["userid"]) : (""),
1054 ($cursessioninfo !== FALSE) ? ($cursessioninfo["sid"]) : (""),
1055 $_SERVER["PHP_SELF"],
1056 "",
1057 __FILE__,
1058 __LINE__,
1059 "Page hit.");
1060 //
1061 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1062 //If a user is not logged in, display a page to the effect that only a user who is
1063 //logged in can use this page.
1064 //
1065 if ($curuserinfo === FALSE)
1066 {
1067 STDFORMAT_nologgedinerrorpage(FALSE, FALSE);
1068 }
1069 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1070 //If the user does not have the "\canviewdbstats" permission, flag it.
1071 //
1072 else if (PERM_get_val_from_string($curuserinfo["perm"], "canvieweditresources") === FALSE)
1073 {
1074 STDFORMAT_inadequatepermissionspage("edit resources", FALSE, FALSE);
1075 }
1076 //
1077 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1078 //Else we should be good to go.
1079 //
1080 else
1081 {
1082 //Set the session logical page to be the resource list (the page we're doing now).
1083 //
1084 if ($cursessioninfo !== FALSE)
1085 SESS_logicalpage_set($cursessioninfo["sid"], SESS_LPAGE_RESOURCELIST);
1086
1087 //Do the resource page proper.
1088 //
1089 list_resources_page($curuserinfo, $cursessioninfo); //List the resources
1090 }
1091 //
1092 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1093 //Although it is done automatically, close the MySQL connection if it is open.
1094 //
1095 if ($GLOBAL_dbhandle !== FALSE)
1096 {
1097 if (mysql_close($GLOBAL_dbhandle) === FALSE)
1098 {
1099 //Make a log entry to the system log.
1100 LOG_syslog("Failure to close MySQL connection in \"" . $_SERVER["PHP_SELF"] . "\".");
1101 }
1102 else
1103 {
1104 //The close was successful. Set the global variable to FALSE. This must be done in
1105 //order to prevent the registered shutdown function from whining.
1106 $GLOBAL_dbhandle = FALSE;
1107 }
1108 }
1109 //
1110 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1111 //End of $RCSfile: resourcelist.php,v $.
1112 //----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1113 ?>

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