[Serusers] Work with a new column in SER.subscriber
Greger V. Teigre
greger at teigre.com
Thu Jan 4 07:57:30 CET 2007
I'm not sure what you are requesting. It seems that you already have
identified avp_db_load as the way to do it?! (You can also use exec
dependent on the load on your server) Ottendorf also has a new module
you can use for direct database operations.
> Le mardi 02 janvier 2007 à 16:08 +0100, Jiri Kuthan a écrit :
>> At 14:39 28/12/2006, inge wrote:
>>> Hi Jiri,
>>> Thanks for your answer.
>>> I already use a new column since some month for SERWeb use. Is it
>>> definitively impossible to do what I want ?
>> of course it is possible, it is just that I occur to think that what I'm suggesting
>> will cause you less pain. For example, if you upgrade to a later version of SER,
>> you will have to be less worried about migration of your database.
> Yes I think too. But the migration is not for the moment because of
> time. So, can you tell me more about the kind of line to test a new
> column in ser.cfg please ?
>>> Maybe I'm not clear in my
>>> explaination ?
>>> But can you tell me more about user_attrs, I don't have this table in my
>> I'm possibly too focused on the new version, ottendorf, and don't remember what
>> was (or not) in the previous one, but in any case I can only suggest you to use
>> ottendorf. Its DB model is documented under
> I have something equivalent I think with usr_preferences. But for
> update, it's the same problem, the time. :/
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