Bootstrap OJSAdmin

We need a way to get the security administration interface, OJSAdmin started. We will be able to get all future applications started by using OJSAdmin, but for OJSAdmin itself, we are going to take a couple steps to bootstrap the application. Did you realize we have been bootstrapping our applications this whole time, from Chapter 7 through Chapter 11? That's right, when we ran each application with a couple calls to putAppConnString() and another call to putConnections(), we were priming the pump and getting the application engine started with those password strings. The call to putConnections() entered a record in the appsec.v_app_conn_registry table that we could use from then on.

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