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    • totten's avatar
      Regenerate sql/civicrm_generated.mysql · 9cbdbf09
      totten authored
      9cbdbf09
    • totten's avatar
      (REF) regen.sh - Remove unusual handling of `zipcodes.mysql` · 6a87cb93
      totten authored
      Overview
      --------
      
      This is a small refactoring in service of the broader goal of simplifying
      the sample-data generation and incorporating it into the installer (where it
      can be localized/configured and where we don't have to commit any blobs).
      
      The current process revolves around `regen.sh` and `civicrm_generated.mysql`.
      
      Before
      ------
      
      `regen.sh` builds an example DB and dumps the content into `civicrm_generated.mysql`.
      
      As part of this, it loads `zipcodes.mysql` into the example DB,
      drops/creates a table `zipcodes`, then runs some setup work,
      and then re-drops `zipcodes`.
      
      This is only safe on an isolated database. If you're trying to run it on
      a pre-existing database created by `$cms`, then you don't know if there's going
      to be a conflict on `zipcodes`.
      
      After
      -----
      
      It doesn't drop/create/drop the `zipcodes` table. It just reads from the file.
      
      Comment
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      The main change is fairly small.  It looks big because `zipcodes.mysql` as
      to be reformatted as `zipcodes.json`.
      6a87cb93
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    • eileen's avatar
      Set ContactType.name as required in the schema. · 351e8d47
      eileen authored
      I came across this weird WHERE clause & I'm pretty sure it's compensating for a mistake in the schema
      
      I also set what I think are sensible defaults on is_reserved & is_active
      351e8d47
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    • eileen's avatar
      Add new core-extension to install sql · 9e22b1d3
      eileen authored
      Per @totten there are some good future-thinking ways to address this issue of how to
      install extensions on install. For now however, this should work & achieve our short-term goal
      9e22b1d3