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File: dbConnSettings.php
Role: Configuration script
Content type: text/plain
Description: configuration file to set all database connections to dump and optionally tables to exclude or to dump at each run of the main script
Class: PHP Multi MySQLDump
Dump MySQL database tables for file download
Author: By
Last change: comment rearranged by replacing $dmpo with $odmp and added step 4) launch index.php
Date: 4 years ago
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<?php
/*
* ***************************************************************************************************
*
* File name: dbConnSettings.php
*
* Copyright 2017 Alessandro Quintiliani
*
* This file is part of MultiDump package.
*
* MultiDump is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
*
* MultiDump is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
* GNU General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
* along with MultiDump package. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*
* ***************************************************************************************************

USAGE:
*
* suppose you have several mysql databases to dump, such as:
*
* dbone, dbtwo, dbthree, dbfour
*
* and all of these databases are installed on the same server (or also different servers), having the same credentials:
* hostname: my.hostdb.com (or, as the same, its IP address, i.e. 10.20.30.40)
* port: 3307 (not the mysql default port)
* login: mylogin2db
* password: mypasswd2db
*
*
*
*
* 1) set in the file dbConnSettings.php the connection parameters to each database to dump.
* The order you set the parameters is not relevant, except for the call to setTypeDbToDump,
* which must always be the first call on a set database connection parameters
* IMPORTANT NOTICE: the object reference variable name $odmp must be the same as the instance name of MultiDump()
* in index.php (see $odmp = new MultiDump(); defined in index.php); so if you would like to use another object reference variable name
* such as $myDmpObjRef, you must replace in index.php the variable $odmp with $myDmpObjRef
*
* # set connection parameters to dbone mysql database
* $odmp->setTypeDbToDump('dbone','mysql'); ### THE TYPE OF DATABASE MUST ALWAYS BE THE FIRST PARAMETER TO SET
* $odmp->setHostDbToDump('dbone','my.hostdb.com'); ( or, similarly, $odmp ->setHostDbToDump('dbone','10.20.30.40'); )
* $odmp->setPortDbToDump('dbone', 3307); ( this method call is not necessary if the db connection refers to the default port )
* $odmp->setLoginDbToDump('dbone', 'mylogin2db');
* $odmp->setPasswordDbToDump('dbone', 'mypasswd2db');
*
* # set connection parameters to dbtwo mysql database
* $odmp->setTypeDbToDump('dbtwo','mysql'); ### THE TYPE OF DATABASE MUST ALWAYS BE THE FIRST PARAMETER TO SET
* $odmp->setHostDbToDump('dbtwo','my.hostdb.com'); ( or, similarly, $odmp->setHostDbToDump('dbtwo','10.20.30.40'); )
* $odmp->setPortDbToDump('dbtwo', 3307); ( this method call is not necessary if the db connection refers to the default port )
* $odmp->setLoginDbToDump('dbtwo', 'mylogin2db');
* $odmp->setPasswordDbToDump('dbtwo', 'mypasswd2db');
*
* # set connection parameters to dbthree mysql database
* $odmp->setTypeDbToDump('dbthree','mysql'); ### THE TYPE OF DATABASE MUST ALWAYS BE THE FIRST PARAMETER TO SET
* $odmp->setHostDbToDump('dbthree','my.hostdb.com'); ( or, similarly, $odmp->setHostDbToDump('dbthree','10.20.30.40'); )
* $odmp->setPortDbToDump('dbthree', 3307); ( the call on this method is not necessary if the db connection refers to the default port )
* $odmp->setLoginDbToDump('dbthree', 'mylogin2db');
* $odmp->setPasswordDbToDump('dbthree', 'mypasswd2db');
*
* # set connection parameters to dbfour mysql database
* $odmp->setTypeDbToDump('dbfour','mysql'); ### THE TYPE OF DATABASE MUST ALWAYS BE THE FIRST PARAMETER TO SET
* $odmp->setHostDbToDump('dbfour','my.hostdb.com'); ( or, similarly, $odmp->setHostDbToDump('dbfour','10.20.30.40'); )
* $odmp->setPortDbToDump('dbfour', 3307); ( the call on this method is not necessary if the db connection refers to the default port )
* $odmp->setLoginDbToDump('dbfour', 'mylogin2db');
* $odmp->setPasswordDbToDump('dbfour', 'mypasswd2db');
*
*
* 2) (optional) if you want to exclude some tables from dump, i.e.:
* - alpha, beta from dbtwo database
* - gamma, delta, epsilon from dbfour database
*
* you must call the method
*
* setListExcludedTables(<dbname>, <array tables to exclude from dump>)
*
* where:
* - <dbname> is a string with the database name whose tables you want to exclude from dump are referring to
* - <array tables to exclude from dump> is an array containing the table names you want to exclude from dump
* (the order you list the tables in the array is not relevant)
*
* thus:
*
* $odmp->setListExcludedTables('dbtwo', array('alpha','beta'));
* $odmp->setListExcludedTables('dbfour', array('gamma','delta','epsilon'));
*
* (you can change the order of the calls to setListExcludedTables for each database)
*
*
* 3) (optional) if you want to dump some tables, i.e.:
* - zeta, eta, theta from dbone database
* - iota, kappa from dbfour database
*
* at each run and not only when their content/structure have changed, you must call the method
*
* setListForcedDumpTables(<dbname>, <array forced dump tables>|-1)
*
* where:
* - <dbname> is a string with the database name referring to the tables you want to dump at each run
* - <array forced dump tables>) is an array containing the tablenames you want to dump at each run
* (the order you list the tables in the array is not relevant)
* - value -1 forces the dump to all the tables of a database
*
* $odmp->setListForcedDumpTables('dbone', array('zeta','eta','theta'));
* $odmp->setListForcedDumpTables('dbfour', array('iota','kappa'));
*
* (you can change the order of the calls to setListForcedDumpTables for each database)
*
* if you want to dump at each run all the tables from a database, the second argument must be -1.
* So if you want to dump all the tables from i.e. dbthree database, you must call
*
* $odmp->setListForcedDumpTables('dbthree', -1);
*
*
* IMPORTANT NOTICE ON CALLS 2) AND 3):
*
* the excluded tables always have priority on the forced dump tables, independently whether you first call
* setListExcludedTables() or setListForcedDumpTables().
* So, if you want to force the dump of a table (i.e. my_important_table) at each run from mydb database, you call
*
* $odmp->setListForcedDumpTables('mydb', array('my_important_table'));
*
* but if you accidentally place my_important_table also in the array of the excluded tables, that is
*
* $odmp->setListExcludedTables('mydb', array('no_important_table','my_important_table'));
*
* my_important_table will be excluded from dumping instead of being dumped from mydb database
* at each run of the script
*
*
* 4) launch index.php
*/



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