[Users] direct manipulation of DB
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Mon Jan 9 03:50:44 CET 2006
There are 2 parts. One is server and one is client. How to setup the
server as openser has already a fifo interfece?
On 12/23/05, Norman Brandinger <norm at goes.com> wrote:
> I posted a simple FIFO Client that can be used to test sending commands
> and receiving responses from OpenSER.
> The link is here: http://openser.org/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=utilities
> p.s. Comments or suggestions for improvements are welcome.
> p.s.s. I believe that the OpenSER roadmap has an API project that will
> depreciate the FIFO interface. Perhaps one of the developers can
> elaborate more on this.
> Klaus Darilion wrote:
> > unplug wrote:
> >> I am using openser with mysql as db. There is a tool call openserctl
> >> to manage the data in the openser. I wonder whether I can direct
> >> manipulate the db directly without using openserctl. I have tried to
> >> insert a record in the aliases table directly using mysql client but
> >> it doesn't work. Can I conclude direct manipulate the DB is
> >> impossible?
> > It depends on the table! There are some tables which will be cached
> > inside openser, e.g:
> > location
> > aliases
> > domain
> > gw (lcr module)
> > If you make changes to location/aliases you have to:
> > - restart openser to reload the tables or
> > - use openserctl (inserts via FIFO to openser which wirtes back to
> > the db or
> > - in case of aliases use the aliases_DB module
> > for the domain and gw table, you can use the respectife FIfo commands
> > to reload the tables.
> > regards
> > klaus
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