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File: application/config/constants.php
Role: Auxiliary script
Content type: text/plain
Description: Auxiliary script
Class: CodeIgniter Admin Panel with User Management
CodeIgniter panel to manage application users
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('BASEPATH') OR exit('No direct script access allowed');

| Display Debug backtrace
| If set to TRUE, a backtrace will be displayed along with php errors. If
| error_reporting is disabled, the backtrace will not display, regardless
| of this setting

| File and Directory Modes
| These prefs are used when checking and setting modes when working
| with the file system. The defaults are fine on servers with proper
| security, but you may wish (or even need) to change the values in
| certain environments (Apache running a separate process for each
| user, PHP under CGI with Apache suEXEC, etc.). Octal values should
| always be used to set the mode correctly.
defined('FILE_READ_MODE') OR define('FILE_READ_MODE', 0644);
defined('FILE_WRITE_MODE') OR define('FILE_WRITE_MODE', 0666);
defined('DIR_READ_MODE') OR define('DIR_READ_MODE', 0755);
defined('DIR_WRITE_MODE') OR define('DIR_WRITE_MODE', 0755);

| File Stream Modes
| These modes are used when working with fopen()/popen()
defined('FOPEN_READ') OR define('FOPEN_READ', 'rb');
defined('FOPEN_READ_WRITE') OR define('FOPEN_READ_WRITE', 'r+b');
defined('FOPEN_WRITE_CREATE_DESTRUCTIVE') OR define('FOPEN_WRITE_CREATE_DESTRUCTIVE', 'wb'); // truncates existing file data, use with care
defined('FOPEN_READ_WRITE_CREATE_DESTRUCTIVE') OR define('FOPEN_READ_WRITE_CREATE_DESTRUCTIVE', 'w+b'); // truncates existing file data, use with care
defined('FOPEN_WRITE_CREATE') OR define('FOPEN_WRITE_CREATE', 'ab');

| Exit Status Codes
| Used to indicate the conditions under which the script is exit()ing.
| While there is no universal standard for error codes, there are some
| broad conventions. Three such conventions are mentioned below, for
| those who wish to make use of them. The CodeIgniter defaults were
| chosen for the least overlap with these conventions, while still
| leaving room for others to be defined in future versions and user
| applications.
| The three main conventions used for determining exit status codes
| are as follows:
| Standard C/C++ Library (stdlibc):
| (This link also contains other GNU-specific conventions)
| BSD sysexits.h:
| Bash scripting:
defined('EXIT_SUCCESS') OR define('EXIT_SUCCESS', 0); // no errors
defined('EXIT_ERROR') OR define('EXIT_ERROR', 1); // generic error
defined('EXIT_CONFIG') OR define('EXIT_CONFIG', 3); // configuration error
defined('EXIT_UNKNOWN_FILE') OR define('EXIT_UNKNOWN_FILE', 4); // file not found
defined('EXIT_UNKNOWN_CLASS') OR define('EXIT_UNKNOWN_CLASS', 5); // unknown class
defined('EXIT_UNKNOWN_METHOD') OR define('EXIT_UNKNOWN_METHOD', 6); // unknown class member
defined('EXIT_USER_INPUT') OR define('EXIT_USER_INPUT', 7); // invalid user input
defined('EXIT_DATABASE') OR define('EXIT_DATABASE', 8); // database error
defined('EXIT__AUTO_MIN') OR define('EXIT__AUTO_MIN', 9); // lowest automatically-assigned error code
defined('EXIT__AUTO_MAX') OR define('EXIT__AUTO_MAX', 125); // highest automatically-assigned error code

/**** USER DEFINED CONSTANTS **********/

define('ROLE_ADMIN', '1');
define('ROLE_MANAGER', '2');
define('ROLE_EMPLOYEE', '3');

define('SEGMENT', 2);

/************************** EMAIL CONSTANTS *****************************/

define('EMAIL_FROM', 'Your from email'); // e.g.
define('EMAIL_BCC', 'Your bcc email'); // e.g.
define('FROM_NAME', 'CIAS Admin System'); // Your system name
define('EMAIL_PASS', 'Your email password'); // Your email password
define('PROTOCOL', 'smtp'); // mail, sendmail, smtp
define('SMTP_HOST', 'Your smtp host'); // your smtp host e.g.
define('SMTP_PORT', '25'); // your smtp port e.g. 25, 587
define('SMTP_USER', 'Your smtp user'); // your smtp user
define('SMTP_PASS', 'Your smtp password'); // your smtp password
define('MAIL_PATH', '/usr/sbin/sendmail');

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