make_apdb.py takes an ApPipeConfig and uses it to configure the database. At present, it loads config files requested by the user from the command-line, but does not try to load observatory or camera-specific overrides for the data going into the APDB. This caused ap_verify to run afoul of
DM-24435, and may also lead to inconsistent behavior if we ever want to configure the APDB in a per-camera manner (column names for special filters, for example?).
Modify make_apdb.py to search for and load ap_pipe override files. This requires that make_apdb.py know what camera it is working with. I see two options:
provide an input Butler repository, and infer the obs package and camera from the mapper. This has the advantage of common syntax with ap_pipe.py.
- explicitly name the obs-package and camera on the command line, e.g. "obs_subaru/hsc". This has the advantage of being less confusing for the user, who might otherwise expect that the location of the repository is somehow relevant.