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Using Variables

PostgreSQL PHP Generator supports some environment variables (such as CURRENT_USER_ID, CURRENT_USER_NAME, UNIQUE_ID) in both page and application level server-side events.

 

Retrieving the list of available variables

To obtain a complete list of supported variables, turn ON the "Show environment variables" option in the Project Options dialog, re-generate the code and then open any of produced web pages in the browser.

 

 

Accessing variable value

To access the value of a variable, use the GetEnvVar method of the Page class.

 

Example

The following example demonstrates how to use variables within the OnBeforeInsertRecord event handler.

 

$rowData['ip_address'] = $page->GetEnvVar('REMOTE_ADDR');

$userName = $page->GetEnvVar('CURRENT_USER_NAME');

if ($userName != 'admin')

    $rowData['changed_by'] = $userName;

 

Within server-side page-level events it is also possible to use $this instead of $page.

 



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