constructor Auth_PrefManager::Auth_PrefManager

constructor Auth_PrefManager::Auth_PrefManager() – Constructor

Synopsis

require_once '/PrefManager.php';

bool constructor Auth_PrefManager::Auth_PrefManager ( string $dsn , array $properties = NULL , string $defaultUser )

Description

The $properties property should be an associative array, with the structure below. Any options not set will be set to the default.

'table'

The table to retrieve preferences from. [preferences]

'userColumn'

The field to use for matching user IDs. [user_id]

'nameColumn'

The field to use for matching preference names. [pref_name]

'valueColumn'

The field to retrieve preference values from. [pref_value]

'defaultUser'

The user ID to use for retrieving default values. [__default__]

'cacheName'

The key to use for the cache in $_SESSION. [prefsCache]

'useCache'

Should values be cached for later use. [true]

'serialize'

Should values be serialized before saving to the database, and unserialized on retrieval. [false]

Parameter

string $dsn

The DSN of the database connection to make, or a DB object.

array $properties

An array of properties to set.

string $defaultUser

The default user to manage for.

Return value

returns Success or failure.

Throws

No exceptions thrown.

Note

This function can not be called statically.

Users with preferences created using Auth_PrefManager 1.0.4 or earlier shouldn't enable the serialize option, as it may result in data loss.

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Last updated: Wed, 27 Aug 2014 — Download Documentation
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