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4    
5  =head2 Introduction  =head2 Introduction
6    
7  This script creates the load files for Sprout tables and optionally loads them.  The Sprout database reflects a snapshot of the SEED taken at a particular point in
8    time. At some point in the future, it will be possible to add annotations to the
9    Sprout data. All records added to Sprout after the snapshot is taken are
10    specially-marked so that the changes can be copied to the SEED. The SEED remains
11    the live version of the data.
12    
13    The snapshot is produced by reading the SEED data and writing it to sequential
14    files. There is one file per Sprout table, and each such file's name consists of
15    the table name with the suffix C<dtx>. Thus, the file for the C<Genome> table
16    would be named C<Genome.dtx>. These files are used to load the actual Sprout
17    database and to generate Glimpse indices.
18    
19    To load all the Sprout tables and then validate the result, you need to issue three
20    commands.
21    
22        LoadSproutTables -dbLoad -dbCreate "*"
23        TestSproutLoad
24        index_sprout
25    
26    All three commands send output to the console. In addition, C<LoadSproutTables> and
27    C<TestSproutLoad> write tracing information to C<trace.log> in the FIG temporary
28    directory (B<$FIG_Config::Tmp>). At the bottom of the log file will be a complete
29    list of errors. If errors occur in C<LoadSproutTables>, then the data must be corrected
30    and the offending table group reloaded. So, for example, if there are errors in the
31    load of the B<MadeAnnotation> and B<Compound> tables, you would need to run
32    
33        LoadSproutTables -dbLoad Annotation Reaction
34    
35    because B<MadeAnnotation> is in the C<Annotation> group, and B<Compound> is in the
36    C<Reaction> group. A list of the groups is given below.
37    
38    You can omit the C<dbLoad> option to create the load files without
39    loading the database, and you can add a C<trace> option to change the trace level.
40    The command below creates the Genome-related load files with a trace level of 3 and
41    does not load them into the Sprout database.
42    
43        LoadSproutTables -trace=3 Genome
44    
45    C<LoadSproutTables> takes a long time to run, so setting the trace level to 3 helps
46    to give you an idea of the progress.
47    
48    Once the Sprout database is loaded, B<TestSproutLoad> can be used to verify the load
49    against the FIG data. Again, the end of the C<trace.log> file will contain a summary
50    of the errors found. Like C<LoadSproutTables>, C<TestSproutLoad> is a time-consuming
51    script, so you may want to set the trace level to 3 to see visible progress.
52    
53        TestSproutLoad -trace=3
54    
55    Unlike C<LoadSproutTables>, in C<TestSproutLoad>, the individual errors found are
56    mixed in with the trace messages. They are all, however, marked with a trace type
57    of B<Problem>, as shown in the fragment below.
58    
59        11/02/2005 19:15:16 <main>: Processing feature fig|100226.1.peg.7742.
60        11/02/2005 19:15:17 <main>: Processing feature fig|100226.1.peg.7741.
61        11/02/2005 19:15:17 <Problem>: assignment "Short-chain dehydrodenase ...
62        11/02/2005 19:15:17 <Problem>: assignment "putative oxidoreductase." ...
63        11/02/2005 19:15:17 <Problem>: Incorrect assignment for fig|100226.1.peg.7741...
64        11/02/2005 19:15:17 <Problem>: Incorrect number of annotations found in ...
65        11/02/2005 19:15:17 <main>: Processing feature fig|100226.1.peg.7740.
66        11/02/2005 19:15:18 <main>: Processing feature fig|100226.1.peg.7739.
67    
68    The test may reveal that some tables need to be reloaded, or that a software
69    problem has crept into the Sprout.
70    
71    Once all the tables have the correct data, C<index_sprout> can be run to create the
72    Glimpse indexes.
73    
74    =head2 Procedure For Loading Sprout
75    
76    =over 4
77    
78    =item 1
79    
80    Type C<LoadSproutTables -dbLoad -dbCreate "*"> and press ENTER. This will create
81    the C<dtx> files and load them.
82    
83    =item 2
84    
85    Type C<TestSproutLoad> and press ENTER. This will validate the Sprout database
86    against the SEED data.
87    
88    =item 3
89    
90    If any errors are detected in step (2), it is most likely due to a change in
91    SEED that did not make it to Sprout. Contact Bruce Parrello or Robert Olson
92    to get the code updated properly.
93    
94    =item 4
95    
96    Type C<index_sprout> and press ENTER. This will create the Glimpse indexes
97    for the Sprout data.
98    
99    =back
100    
101    =head2 LoadSproutTables Command
102    
103    C<LoadSproutTables> creates the load files for Sprout tables and optionally loads them.
104  The parameters are the names of the table groups whose data is to be created.  The parameters are the names of the table groups whose data is to be created.
105  The legal table group names are given below.  The legal table group names are given below.
106    
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192    
193  If TRUE, the database tables will be loaded automatically from the load files created.  If TRUE, the database tables will be loaded automatically from the load files created.
194    
195  =back  =item dbCreate
   
 =head2 Usage  
196    
197  To load all the Sprout tables and then validate the result, you need to issue three  If TRUE, the database will be created. If the database exists already, it will be
198  commands.  dropped. Use the function with caution.
   
     LoadSproutTables -dbLoad "*"  
     TestSproutLoad  
     index_sprout  
199    
200  All three commands send output to the console. In addition, C<LoadSproutTables> and  =back
 C<TestSproutLoad> write tracing information to C<trace.log> in the FIG temporary  
 directory (B<$FIG_Config::Tmp>). At the bottom of the log file will be a complete  
 list of errors. If errors occur in C<LoadSproutTables>, then the data must be corrected  
 and the offending table group reloaded. So, for example, if there are errors in the  
 load of the B<MadeAnnotation> and B<Compound> tables, you would need to run  
   
     LoadSproutTables -dbLoad Annotation Reaction  
   
 because B<MadeAnnotation> is in the C<Annotation> group, and B<Compound> is in the  
 C<Reaction> group. You can omit the C<dbLoad> option to create the load files without  
 loading the database, and you can add a C<trace> option to change the trace level.  
 The command below creates the Genome-related load files with a trace level of 3 and  
 does not load them into the Sprout database.  
   
     LoadSproutTables -trace=3 Genome  
   
 C<LoadSproutTables> takes a long time to run, so setting the trace level to 3 helps  
 to give you an idea of the progress.  
   
 Once the Sprout database is loaded, B<TestSproutLoad> can be used to verify the load  
 against the FIG data. Again, the end of the C<trace.log> file will contain a summary  
 of the errors found. Like C<LoadSproutTables>, C<TestSproutLoad> is a time-consuming  
 script, so you may want to set the trace level to 3 to see visible progress.  
   
     TestSproutLoad -trace=3  
   
 Unlike C<LoadSproutTables>, in C<TestSproutLoad>, the individual errors found are  
 mixed in with the trace messages. They are all, however, marked with a trace type  
 of B<Problem>, as shown in the fragment below.  
   
     11/02/2005 19:15:16 <main>: Processing feature fig|100226.1.peg.7742.  
     11/02/2005 19:15:17 <main>: Processing feature fig|100226.1.peg.7741.  
     11/02/2005 19:15:17 <Problem>: assignment "Short-chain dehydrodenase ...  
     11/02/2005 19:15:17 <Problem>: assignment "putative oxidoreductase." ...  
     11/02/2005 19:15:17 <Problem>: Incorrect assignment for fig|100226.1.peg.7741...  
     11/02/2005 19:15:17 <Problem>: Incorrect number of annotations found in ...  
     11/02/2005 19:15:17 <main>: Processing feature fig|100226.1.peg.7740.  
     11/02/2005 19:15:18 <main>: Processing feature fig|100226.1.peg.7739.  
   
 The test may reveal that some tables need to be reloaded, or that a software  
 problem has crept into the Sprout.  
   
 Once all the tables have the correct data, C<index_sprout> can be run to create the  
 Glimpse indexes.  
201    
202  =cut  =cut
203    
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216  # Get the command-line parameters and options.  # Get the command-line parameters and options.
217  my ($options, @parameters) = Tracer::ParseCommand({ geneFile => "", subsysFile => "",  my ($options, @parameters) = Tracer::ParseCommand({ geneFile => "", subsysFile => "",
218                                                      trace => 3, limitedFeatures => 0,                                                      trace => 3, limitedFeatures => 0,
219                                                      dbLoad => 0 }, @ARGV);                                                      dbLoad => 0, dbCreate => 0 }, @ARGV);
220  # Set up tracing.  # Set up tracing.
221  TSetup("$options->{trace} SproutLoad ERDBLoad ERDB Stats Tracer Load", "+>$FIG_Config::temp/trace.log");  TSetup("$options->{trace} SproutLoad ERDBLoad ERDB Stats Tracer Load", "+>$FIG_Config::temp/trace.log");
222    if ($options->{dbCreate}) {
223        # Here we want to drop and re-create the database.
224        my $db = $FIG_Config::sproutDB;
225        if ($FIG_Config::dbms eq "Pg") {
226            my $dbport = $FIG_Config::dbport;
227            my $dbuser = $FIG_Config::dbuser;
228            system("dropdb -p $dbport -U $dbuser $db");
229            &FIG::run("createdb -p $dbport -U $dbuser $db");
230        } elsif ($FIG_Config::dbms eq "mysql") {
231            system("mysqladmin -u $FIG_Config::dbuser -p drop $db");
232            &FIG::run("mysqladmin -u $FIG_Config::dbuser -p create $db");
233        }
234    
235    }
236  # Create the sprout loader object. Note that the Sprout object does not  # Create the sprout loader object. Note that the Sprout object does not
237  # open the database unless the "dbLoad" option is turned on.  # open the database unless the "dbLoad" option is turned on.
238  my $fig = FIG->new();  my $fig = FIG->new();

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