NAME

Konstrukt::Plugin::usermanagement::basic::DBI - Konstrukt basic userdata. DBI Backend Driver

SYNOPSIS

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DESCRIPTION

The DBI backend for the basic usermanagement.

CONFIGURATION

        #backend
        usermanagement/basic/backend/DBI/source  dbi:mysql:database:host
        usermanagement/basic/backend/DBI/user    username
        usermanagement/basic/backend/DBI/pass    password

If no database settings are set the defaults from "CONFIGURATION" in Konstrukt::DBI will be used.

You have to create the database table user_basic to use this plugin. As this plugin depends on the log-plugin, you also have to create a table log (See "CONFIGURATION" in Konstrukt::Plugin::log).

You may turn on the autoinstall setting (see "CONFIGURATION" in Konstrukt::Handler) or use the KonstruktBackendInitialization.pl script to accomplish this task.

METHODS

init

Initialization of this class

install

Installs the backend (e.g. delete/create tables).

Parameters:

none

check_login

Checks, if a email/password combination exists in the database

Returns the user id of this user in the database if the combination is valid, 0 otherwise.

Parameters:

  • $email - The email address of the user

  • $pass - The users password

register

Adds an user.

Returns the id of the added user if operation was successful, -1 if the user already exists and undef otherwise.

Parameters:

  • $email - The email address of the user

deregister

Removes an user

Returns the id of the added user if operation was successful, undef otherwise.

Parameters:

  • $uid - The ID of the user to remove.

get_data

Returns the user data as an hash reference, if the uid exists: { email => 'a@b.c', pass => '<hash>' } Returns an empty hash reference if the user doesn't exist.

Parameters:

  • $uid - The ID of the user

get_id_from_email

Returns the user id coresponding to a given email address, if the email address exists, undef otherwise.

Parameters:

  • $email - The email address of the user

set_data

Sets the data specified in the passed hash in the database

Parameters:

  • $uid - The ID of the user

  • $data - Hashreference with the data that should be set: { email => .., password => .. }

set_password

Sets the password for the specified user.

Parameters:

  • $uid - The ID of the user

  • $password - The new password

AUTHOR

Copyright 2006 Thomas Wittek (mail at gedankenkonstrukt dot de). All rights reserved.

This document is free software. It is distributed under the same terms as Perl itself.

SEE ALSO

Konstrukt::Plugin::usermanagement::basic, Konstrukt::Plugin::usermanagement, Konstrukt