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[Gnumed-devel] gnumed going into production

From: Sebastian Hilbert
Subject: [Gnumed-devel] gnumed going into production
Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2009 12:06:50 +0100
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Hi all,

Now that we have established that GNUmed client and server setup is no black 
magic any more I have a suggestion for going from demo to production.

I am talking about Linux here first. If a user decides that he or she can do 
something useful with GNUmed they need to

a) get rid of demo data
b) get rid of demo users
c) activate new database users

I put this up for discussion. I propose the script get a 

a) it should look for two cli options eg. demo and live
a1) if live is selected it should sed all conf scripts and change to 
a2) if demo is selected it should run as is.

If we do it that way we are sure that the user will be prompted for gm-dbo 
password which will be needed to activate new database users later from the 
GNUmed gui.

b) please factor out the bootstrap of demo data and demo users. Even if in 
interactive mode demo data bootstraping seems to be dafault. The admin might 
want to not bootstrap demo data and/or demo users.

If no demo users are bootstrapped there seems to be no way to login into 
gnumed to activate new users as gm-dbo seems not to be a user which has 
access to gnumed.

Is there a way around this ?

Sebastian Hilbert 
Leipzig / Germany
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