Maintenance scriptsby Smile http://www.smile.fr
Logging in database (255 lines of code)
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This module allows user to create and run maintenance scripts. After each script's run, interventions will be logged in database.
- Add access right to the user by checking Smile Script and Smile Logs rights.
- Create maintenance script by specifying the name of script, description, the type (Python or SQL or XML), write the code of the script using the following variables: self, fields, logger, tools. To display a result, use the variable "result".
- Test the code and display results in intervention line with test mode checked.
- Validate a script, then run it. A new intervention will automatically be created.
- All maintenance interventions are listed in interventions menu with default filter by validated script.
- Users can track logs of maintenance interventions.
- Validated scripts and interventions can't be deleted.
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To give access right to user to create maintenance scripts:
- Go to Settings > Users & companies > Users menu, select the user and in Access Rights > Others check the rule Smile Script / User. The rule Smile Logs / User will automatically be checked and the user will be able to track logs of script's operations.
To create, test and validate a maintenance script:
- Go to Settings > Technical > Maintenance > Scripts, press Create button and fill the fields: Name, description, the type and the code of your script
- Press Save and Test buttons.
- If result is well displayed in interventions lines, press Validate button.
To execute a script and display results:
- Press the red button Run.
- Go to Settings > Technical > Maintenance > Interventions.
To track logs of maintenance interventions:
- Go to Settings > Technical > Logging > Logs.
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