SQL help from someone who groks c, please?
Dan Mahoney, System Admin
danm at prime.gushi.org
Thu Feb 8 22:30:45 CET 2007
On Thu, 8 Feb 2007, ChristosH wrote:
> Phil Mayers wrote:
>> A stored procedure is one solution to a particular set of problems.
>> Whether it's appropriate depends on what you're trying to do.
>> What do you want to achieve? You can certainly vary the reply info based
>> on NAS without a stored procedure.
> Well, what I want to do is return a different vendor specific response based
> on the NAS IP. The user data doesn't change depending on the NAS IP, but
> depending on where the user tries to authenticate from they'll have a
> different source NAS IP in the authenticate request packet and my response
> has to return a different response depending on where they are. Right now I
> have only 2 different responses that they could be, so I don't think it
> should be too difficult. Is there a quick workaround?
Okay, so create a table with your NASes, include the IP adderss, include a
Create another table with the responses for each type, join to the query
on the "type" flag. Use those responses.
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