Possible bug in configurable failover
aland at deployingradius.com
Tue Mar 15 09:21:38 CET 2011
Brian Candler wrote:
> Yes, but the 'if' statement didn't set any rcode at all. All it did was add
> a reply attribute.
And it doesn't change the preceding reject.
> At the moment, it seems like:
> (1) individual 'if' statements are treated as if they were modules;
> (2) at the end of the 'if' body, the rcode is processed from the time the
> statement was entered, even if one was not set inside it.
> Let me put it another way. The following two bits of code behave completely
The "update" section should behave identically to the "if".
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