# $Id: DBHarness.conf.example,v 1.11 2005-01-31 08:15:54 lapp Exp $

# FILE: t/DBHarness.biosql.conf
# 
# These are the default values for the test db configuration.

{
    # DBD driver to use - mandatory
    'driver'        => 'mysql',
    
    # machine to connect to - mandatory
    'host'          => '127.0.0.1',
    
    # user to connect to server as - mandatory
    'user'          => 'root',
    
    # port the server is running on - optional
    'port'          => '3306',
    
    # Password if needed
    'password'      => '',

    # Correct to use the version appropriate for your RDBMS.  
    # Note: this will not be used if you also set dbname below, so
    # don't bother changing this if you pre-built your schema.
    'schema_sql'    => [ '../biosql-schema/sql/biosqldb-mysql.sql'],
    
    # Set to the name of your existing Biosql database, as it is known
    # to your RDBMS. It will be used to identify the database name in
    # the connect string, e.g., using database=, dbname=, or sid=,
    # depending on the driver.
    # If this is not set the test scripts will build a temporary
    # database from scratch at the beginning and destroy it at the
    # end. Conversely, if you do set it then the database must exist,
    # or else the tests will fail.
    # Generally, it is preferred to pre-build the database, simply for
    # efficiency reasons, and it will also enable debugging your
    # schema content if some test acts up.
    'dbname'        => 'biosql',

    # The name of the database within bioperl-db (biosql). Note that
    # this does not refer to the schema or RDBMS; it only identifies
    # which of the databases supported in bioperl-db you want to be
    # using.
    # Since at present bioperl-db only supports biosql, this must be
    # biosql.
    'database'      => 'biosql',

}