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By Allan Kent

PEAR, the personal home page Extension and alertness Repository, is a bountiful source for any personal home page developer. inside of its confines lie the instruments it's essential to do your task extra speedy and successfully. try to be in a position to speedy verify and be sure which PEAR package deal is the best one for the duty you're up opposed to. then you definitely want to know the API and notice a few examples of the way to most sensible use it. Foundations of PEAR is your one cease for finding the PEAR package deal you wish. Authors Nathan Good and Allan Kent have rigorously chosen the main worthy and conventional programs for this book.

Each package deal is damaged down logically through functionality, and every one is roofed intimately. The booklet provides each one package deal in a fashion on the way to leap quick to the main goods you want to enforce an answer. The authors remember the fact that you must see the programs in actioneach appearing in real-world purposes. So they’ve integrated 4 initiatives within the ebook that every use a mixture of PEAR programs of their implementations. as soon as you’re armed with the information during this publication, you’ll be set to take your personal home page improvement to a brand new level.

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GetPref() Returns the value of the given preference for a specific user. mixed getPref(string $user_id, string $pref_id [, boolean $showDefaults = true]) Parameter Type Description $user_id string The name of the user. $pref_id string The name of the preference to get for the user. $showDefaults boolean If true, the function will also search the default user’s preferences. Default value is true. setDefaultPref() Sets a preference for the default user and returns true if the function was successful.

SetLoginCallback() Sets the name of the callback function that can be used to handle the login. void setLoginCallback(string $loginCallback) Parameter Type Description $loginCallback string The name of the function that will be called when a user logs in successfully. Two parameters are passed to the given function— the user’s name and a reference to the Auth object. fm Page 20 Thursday, October 26, 2006 8:44 AM 20 ■ AUTHENTICATION setLogoutCallback() Sets the name of the callback function that can be used to handle logging out.

The function receives as a parameter the name of the user as a string, along with a reference to the Auth object. setIdle() Sets the maximum allowable idle time for the session. void setIdle(integer $time [, boolean $add = false]) Parameter Type Description $time integer The amount of time in seconds allowed for the session to be idle. $add boolean If true, the provided time is added to the current idle time. The default value is false. setLoginCallback() Sets the name of the callback function that can be used to handle the login.

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