I have some code that is currently static. It runs via Cron,
generating images which can then be viewed via some other PHP.

What I want to do is allow a user to upload data which I can then pipe
directly into the existing program to produce on the fly images. I am
looking at this:


My existing code looks like this:

$theData = aQuery($gType, $gSdate, $gStime, $gEdate, $gEtime, $gFilter, $base);

while ($row = mysql_fetch_array($theData[0])) {

        $hit = "yes";

        $src_ip[] = $row[0];
        $dst_ip[] = $row[1];
        $sig_desc[] = wordwrap($row[2],20,"\\n");

        if ($gType == 02) {
            $hit_count[] = $row[3];

        $rec ++;
        if ( $rec == $recCount ) {


// Open Afterglow and feed it our results

$glowCmd = "$glowPath -c $glowProps $glowArgs | $dotPath $dotArgs $dotOut";

$dspec = array(
    0 => array("pipe", "r"),
    1 => array("pipe", "w"),
    2 => array("file", "$glowErr", "a")

$process = proc_open($glowCmd, $dspec, $pipes, $baseDir);

If you are following the gist, what is the easiest way to put the
uploaded file into "$theData"?

aQuery just returns the result of a mysql select; so is it just a
matter of using fgetcsv as the action in the stub taken from the file
upload link?


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