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# GNUmed database system bootstrapping config file
#-------------------------------------------------
# license: GPL v2 or later
# author: Karsten Hilbert@gmx.net

#----------------------------------
[revision control]
file = $Source: /home/ncq/Projekte/cvs2git/vcs-mirror/gnumed/gnumed/server/bootstrap/bootstrap-standard.conf.template,v $
version = $Revision: 1.32 $

#----------------------------------
[installation]

# this lists a number of config files that are processed
# one after another instead of processing *this* file,
# if this option exists all other options in *this* file
# are ignored
config files = $config files$
a-file.conf
another-file.conf
$config files$

# set this to no if you want to run this script without
# any user interaction, in this case you must provide passwords
# for the users to be installed,
# this has been conceived to make Debian postinst happy :-)
interactive = yes

# mainly for debugging, if you set this to "yes" the
# bootstrapper will not delete the temporary files it
# creates in the process
keep temp files = no

# this description is displayed just before the user is
# prompted whether she acutally wants to install this setup
description = $description$
This setup is not intended to actually be used. It just
serves to document the config file options. Also you cannot
rely on this setup to import all necessary schema files.

DO NOT USE !
$description$

# these NEED NOT correspond to GNUmed service names,
# you just need to have a section in this file
# corresponding to each line
services = $services$
config
patients
$services$

#----------------------------------
# corresponds to one of the services listed under installation
[service config]

# real GNUmed service name (see docs)
name = default

# under which [section] do we find database specifics
# for this service -> [database ...]
database alias = gnumed-test

# later to be used for service version tracking
version = 0.1

# a common base path for the schema files,
# to be used anywhere a $schema$ files
# list is defined
schema base directory =

# the sql files to be imported for this service
schema = $schema$
../sql/gmConfig-static.sql
$schema$

# the PostgreSQL version necessary to run this service
postgres version = 7.3

#----------------------------------
[database gnumed]

# the real name of the database in the PostgreSQL system
name = gnumed

# the name of an environment variable which can be used
# to override the database name from the shell
override name by = GM_CORE_DB

# The name of a tablespace as created in PostgreSQL. This
# specifies an alternate location for the database as described
# in the Manual under the "Managing Databases" Chapter.
# This can be used for putting the GNUmed database on a
# fast and/or RAIDed disk or an encrypted volume etc.
tablespace = tablespace_gnumed

# which [section] holds specifics about the server
# hosting this databse -> [server ...]
server alias = local host

# do we check for procedural language library
# existance in the filesystem ?
# set this to "no" if you want to bootstrap remote
# machines where you don't have filesystem access ...
procedural language library check = yes

# audit trail related options:
# setting this to 1 will disable creation of any
# auditing related tables, triggers, and functions
audit disable = 0
# all audit trail tables inherit from this table
audit trail parent table = audit_trail
# all audit trail tables start with this prefix
audit trail table prefix = log_
# all audited tables must inherit from this table
audit fields table = audit_fields

# here you can import some schema files once per database
# such as revision tracking, translation, auditing etc.
schema = $schema$
sql/gmSchemaRevision.sql
gmSchemaRevisionViews.sql
sql/gmServices.sql
sql/gmI18N.sql
sql/gmAudit.sql
sql/gmCrossDB_FKs.sql
sql/gmCrossDB_FK-views.sql
sql/gmScoring.sql
sql/gmNotifications.sql
$schema$


#----------------------------------
[server local host]

# can be a host name or an IP address,
# if left empty local UNIX domain sockets are used
name = 127.0.0.1

# the port on which to connect to the server,
# standard is 5432
port = 5432

# the name of the template database on
# the server
template database = template1

# which [section] lists particulars about the
# database server super user -> [user ...]
super user alias = postgres

# you can put some schema files here,
# they will be imported into the template database
# so be very careful,
# this is mainly useful for importing database accounts
# for an example see server/sql/gmTestAccounts.sql
schema = $schema$
$schema$

#---------------------------------------------------------------------
# these shouldn't be changed unless you really know what you are doing
#---------------------------------------------------------------------
[GnuMed defaults]

# needs to have a section [user GnuMed owner] in this file
database owner alias = GnuMed owner

# - these are the standard groups that exist
#   in every GNUmed database
# - note how some groups don't have a write-enabled counterpart
# - you can (and probably should) define site-specific
#   groups in another file
# - at the end of the setup you'll be asked if you want to
#   install your site-specific groups/users, too
groups = $groups$
gm-doctors
_gm-doctors
gm-staff_medical
_gm-staff_medical
gm-staff_office
_gm-staff_office
gm-trainees_medical
gm-trainees_office
gm-public
$groups$

# - activate these backend languages
# - the names just point to the corresponding sections
procedural languages = $procedural languages$
pg/SQL
$procedural languages$

# Python isn't included in the default PostgreSQL
# binaries yet although this is being discussed,
# it may soon become a requirement for GNUmed, though
#pg/Python

# where to look for dynamic libraries for procedural languages
# - we can safely list any directories here that we come
#   across on any distribution
# - newer PostgreSQL versions use $libdir for portability
# - the first match will be used
# - reorder the list if you want to force a particular
#   directory to be used for a particular language
language library dirs = $language library dirs$
$libdir/
/usr/lib/postgresql/7.4/lib/
/usr/lib/postgresql/
/usr/lib/postgresql/lib/
/usr/lib/pgsql/
/usr/local/pgsql/lib
$language library dirs$

#----------------------------------
# if the password is not given for any account the script
# will ask the user to provide it given "interactive" is
# true, otherwise it will fail
#
# - this account will own the GNUmed databases and all
#   the objects in them
# - it is not intended to be used as an everyday account
# - it's also the one used to set up other GNUmed accounts
[user GnuMed owner]
name = gm-dbo

# - if this option is commented out or missing it is
#   assumed that no password is needed because IDENT
#   or TRUST connects are attempted
#
# - if it is not commented out but set to be empty and
#   interactive is "yes" the user will be asked for the
#   password, if we are non-interactive we leave it empty
#
password = 

# - this user will hardly ever need to be changed
# - this group provides the details for the PostgreSQL
#   super user (the database root, if you will) which was
#   created when the database server was set up
# - on most standard Linux systems this is user "postgres"
#   and does not need a password on localhost
# - don't change unless you know what you are doing
[user postgres]
name = postgres

#----------------------------------
# don't ask, this is deep magic ;-)
# meditate over it and enlightenment will be thine
[pg/SQL]
name = plpgsql
library name = plpgsql.so

# if <procedural language library check> is set to "no"
# you need to set this to an explicit path valid for the
# remote server
library dir = 

call handler = $call handler$
CREATE FUNCTION plpgsql_call_handler () RETURNS OPAQUE AS '%s' LANGUAGE 'C';
$call handler$

language activation = $language activation$
CREATE TRUSTED PROCEDURAL LANGUAGE 'plpgsql' HANDLER plpgsql_call_handler LANCOMPILER 'PL/pgSQL';
$language activation$

#----------------------------------
[pg/Python]
library name = plpython.so

# if <procedural language library check> is set to "no"
# you need to set this to an explicit path valid for the
# remote server
library dir = 

call handler = $call handler$
CREATE FUNCTION plpython_call_handler () RETURNS OPAQUE AS '%s' LANGUAGE 'C';
$call handler$

language activation = $language activation$
CREATE TRUSTED PROCEDURAL LANGUAGE 'plpython' HANDLER plpython_call_handler;
$language activation$

#----------------------------------