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ccvs_init — Initializes a CCVS session according to a given configuration.


string ccvs_init(configuration_name);
string configuration_name: Name of configuration to use for the session


Session ID on success; empty string on failure


ccvs_init() initializes a CCVS session, making it ready for use. configuration_name is the name of a configuration to read; this will have been set up when the CCVS installation was configured. Note that you don't supply the pathname of the configuration file - simply its name. CCVS will search in the directory specified by the CCVS_CONFIG_DIR environment variable, or, if that hasn't been set, in the default directory (set when CCVS was configured), for a matching configuration.


PHP 4 since 4.0.2


Example 90. Initialize a CCVS session

echo "Trying a presumably valid configuration:\n";
if (!$session = ccvs_init('ccvs')) {
    echo "Failed to initialize the session.\n";

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