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Re: [Phpgroupware-developers] Question about the code of auto_add() func
Re: [Phpgroupware-developers] Question about the code of auto_add() function in class.account_sql.inc.php
Thu, 11 Dec 2003 09:34:24 +0000
Alex Borges (address@hidden) wrote:
> Heyas, some things:
> 1.- person_id is the imported key from the phpgw_contact table that
> links an account to its contact information.
> 2.- it is correctly updated for all functionality of accounts, except
> the auto add
> 3.- In general, there is little harm in this because you can allways go
> to edit a user that you auto_add'ed and the admin ui is built so that it
> detects person_id inconsistencies and creates the contact information on
> the spot (thus updating person_id correctly)
Yes I find this some hours after sending this mail. But in my case I have
something like 200 peoples added in one time, coming from one of my app SQL
table. SO using the admin interface for each entry is quiet difficult :). But
I think that I will try to do it directly ...
> 4.- Bulk account creation and administration is more complex than they
> should because account now has a link. I think also the problem is that
> we have no real bulk operations for accounts (or any phpgw table) as it
> is... So, the team working on syncML thought out a standarized set of
> calls that will be respected throughout the api to add, delete, edit any
> piece of data in phpgw.
> What im doing is using that part of the sync system for bulk accounts.
That would be nice IMO.
> So why am i honking my own horn? For one, im shallow. Also, i dont know
> how fast do you want this, but i think that by the early next year youll
> have a standard way of doing bulk operations on everything in phpgw in
> production. Beta of this should have been ready last month, i think it
> will be ready tomorrow (i have a terrible hang-over today).
Ok, I have tested a direct creation, but due to the limitation of 25
characters for login, I need to redo the whole process ... (logins were the
mail adresses). I will wait with my little workaround, and will use yours when
it comes into phpgw :)
Thanks a lot for these infos.
> El mié, 10-12-2003 a las 04:47, Benoit Hamet escribió:
> > Hy all,
> > When trying to see How to create accounts directly (ie without using the
> > admin
> > interface), I have take a look at the auto_add function in
> > class.account_sql.inc.php.
> > I use it a first time 'as-is' to see what's happen. Then I read the code,
> > And
> > I didn't understand why in my case, the person_id field is not set for an
> > user
> > account.
> > If you took a look at line 413+ you will see that $acct_info contains a
> > 'person_id' = NULL, and never setting back after.
> > If I understand, person_id is related to the contact system. So I'm obliged
> > to
> > do the following :
> > Create an account,
> > Then create a contact with that account
> > finish by updating the account with the person_id
> > ?
> > Writing this email, I took a look at my phpgrouware_contact_person table.
> > What I see, sounds strange to me. Because this install is a test plateform,
> > I
> > was obliged to create/delete/recreate accounts, without reinstalling the
> > whole
> > DB. But looking at the record in this table show me all the old entries, and
> > of course, 3 to 4 times the same entries which leeds to have some entries
> > modified by some id's that's no longer in use (I suppose, because my last
> > admin entries is 26 and account 28 to 32 are modified by 18 which is another
> > entry identified another admin entry).
> > I don't know if this is normal or not, just asking for help to understand
> > how
> > this works, and so be able to build account in bulk, in a good way ...
> > Thanks for reading me :)
> > Caeies.
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