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       dbconfig-generate-include - generate custom format db include files


       dbconfig-generate-include  [-hv] [-f format] [-o options] [-a] [-d[varname]] [-u[varname]]
       [-p[varname]]   [-s[varname]]    [-P[varname]]    [-t[varname]]    [-C[commentstr]]    [-O
       owner[:group]] [-m mode] [-U] infile [outfile]


       dbconfig-generate-include  is a program to generate custom format include files containing
       the information necessary to connect a program to a database resource.


       infile use the given dbconfig-common config file as input

              use the given file as output (default: stdout)

              use the given output format (default: sh)

              pass options specific to an output format in a semicolon separated list. see OUTPUT
              FORMATS/OPTIONS for more information.

              include all information in output (default)

              include the dbname in the output

              include the dbpass in the output

              include the dbserver in the output

              include the dbport in the output

              include the dbuser in the output

              include the dbtype in the output

              "comment  out"  any  unset variables, using a string appropriate comment string for
              the programming language in question.  can be overridden with an optional parameter
              as an arbitrary comment.

              set the owner:group of the output file

              set the permissions on the output file

              register the outputfile with ucf

              display this helpful message

              output the version and exit


       format  is  one of a list of include-file style formats for various programming languages.
       the current list includes:

       sh     /bin/sh style include file.

       perl   perl parseable include file.

       php    php parseable include file.

              a file which contains a series of fields to be replaced with  actual  values.   all
              substitutable  fields  consist of the underlying dbc_ variable name capitalized and
              surrounded with underscores.  for example: _DBC_DBUSER_.
               options:  template_infile (path to input file containing template)

       cpp    c-style header file, using #define'd constants.