mysql troubles

Lewis Bergman lbergman at
Sun Aug 21 04:45:56 CEST 2005

Alan DeKok said:
>   See the rlm_sql documentation.  The '==' is a comparison operator.
> Use ':='
I did but somehow I didn't glean that from it.

>> If I put the user in the users file, the correct post-auth sql query is
>> executed and the accounting record is correctly inserted into the db.
>   The users file is a little different than SQL.  Not for good
> reasons, but it is different.
Alan, I really appreciate your help. I re-read man 5 users and rlm_sql. I
tried your suggestion for :=. Still no joy. I tried =*, :=, and ==.

Would you be up for some consulting? I have been after this for 3 days and
can't seem to see through the fog.

Lewis Bergman
Texas Communications
4309 Maple ST.
Abilene, TX 79602

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