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Accessing to all accounts, domain names and databases from one single PHP script...

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by stephaneeybert, Dec 31, 2004.

  1. stephaneeybert

    stephaneeybert Guest

    Dear all,

    I have a server with several accounts, each having several domain names, each having one database.

    All of these databases have the same structure. Only their content is different.

    I would like to be able to access all these databases from one single PHP script, so as to make updates to all of them in one shot.

    Today, I must do it manually, under Plesk, one by one, through the GUI. Painfull...

    I had done this script in the past for a shared hosting server. Of course it does not work on a Plesk server.

    How to access all accounts, domain names and database from a sinple PHP script..?

    Here is the old script


    include_once($gAdminPath . "includes.php");
    include_once($gLanguagePath . "includes.php");

    // Check that the administrator is allowed to use the module
    $adminUtils = new AdminUtils();

    // Get the multi language form text strings
    $languageUtils = new LanguageUtils();
    $mlText = $languageUtils->getMlText(__FILE__);

    // Process the data from the form
    $formSubmitted = LibEnv::getEnvHttpPOST("formSubmitted");

    $strResult = "";

    if ($formSubmitted) {

    // Get the variables
    $statement = LibEnv::getEnvHttpPOST("statement");

    // Strip the magic quote slashes
    $statement = LibString::stripSlashMagicQuotes($statement);

    $sqlToolsUtils = new SqlToolsUtils();
    $dbNames = $sqlToolsUtils->getDatabaseNames();

    $strResult = "<br>Database statement: <b>$statement</b><br><br>";

    foreach ($dbNames as $dbName) {
    $sqlToolsUtils = new SqlToolsUtils($dbName);

    $str = "Database name: <b>$dbName</b><br>";
    $strResult .= $str;


    $errorMessage = $sqlToolsUtils->getErrorMessage();
    if ($errorMessage) {
    $strResult .= "<br>$errorMessage<br><br>";

    // Release the data source


    $objLayout = new SysLayout();
    $objLayout->setHeader($mlText[0], "$gAdminUrl/menu.php");
    $objLayout->addLine("", $strResult);
    $objLayout->addHidden("<form action='$PHP_SELF' method='post'>");
    $objLayout->addLine(array($mlText[1], "b"), "<textarea id='statement' name='statement' cols='80' rows='4'></textarea>");
    $objLayout->addLine("", $objLayout->getOk());
    $objLayout->addHidden("<input type='hidden' name='formSubmitted' value='1'>");
    $str = $objLayout->render();




    // This class is a utility class.
    // It is an application specific interface to a database.

    class SqlToolsDB {

    var $dataSource;
    var $dao;

    // Get all database names
    function getDatabaseNames() {
    // Select the database

    // Select the object
    // If the sql statement is successful and a result is returned
    $names = Array();
    if ($result = $this->dao->getDatabaseNames()) {
    // Then get the rows
    for ($i = 0; $i < $result->getRowCount(); $i++) {
    $row = $result->getRow($i);

    $name = $row['Database'];
    // DB_COMMON_DB_NAME is the name of the database common to and used by
    // all the web sites, and DB_SYSTEM_DB_NAME is the name of the database used
    // only by the RDBMS to manage user and table rights (mysql in MySql)
    if ($name != DB_COMMON_DB_NAME && $name != DB_SYSTEM_DB_NAME) {
    array_push($names, $name);




    Kind Regards

  2. DiLDoG

    DiLDoG Guest

    You have to connect to mysql as admin / <pleskadminpassword>

    I'm to lazy to read your whole script but perhaps thats the problem