Defining multiple post-auth INSERT queries for the same table
Stefan.Paetow at jisc.ac.uk
Thu May 18 14:19:27 CEST 2017
> AFAICT you can't do this. The code doesn't seem to support it, unless I'm mistaken - the postauth handler uses the acct_redundant() function in rlm_sql.c but that function seems to return if a query succeeded and touched >0 rows, unless RLM_SQL_ALT_QUERY (constraint violation) is returned.
Thanks for the clarification, Phil. :-)
> FWIW we use SQL triggers for stuff like this, but I'm moving away from using the SQL stuff entirely for acct/postauth - we've bumped up against the limits of unlang and compiled-in module logic (and I'm abandoning C as a lost cause ;o)
Interesting. This thing is just a small... how do I put it... 'backup' for those who don't want to rely on automatic generation. This is just version 0.1. ;-)
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