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Daniel-Constantin Mierla miconda at gmail.com
Mon Sep 2 18:11:13 CEST 2013


iirc, presence modules can work in db only module, meaning that you 
should be able to use sqlops to delete any records you want from 
database. I haven't thought more to see if there will be any sides 
effects, but you can give it a try.

Also, I would recomment using latest stable version, there were many 
enhancements to presence modules done since 3.2, expecially by Peter 
Dunkley (for xcap, rls, etc).


On 9/2/13 5:32 PM, Albert Petit wrote:
> Hi community,
> We updated our deployment to Kamailio 3.2 and we would like to use it 
> now as presence server but we need to keep backwards compatibility wth 
> previous services.
> We found that when we use kamailio as PS  several tuples can be stored 
> on the database even if they are from different publish (which is 
> correct bu is causing some issues to us)
> On our previous presence server (which was more simple) all previous 
> stored presence tuples were removed each time a user publishes a new 
> presentity.
> Which would be the most simple way to achieve this effect in Kamailio 
> 3.2? Would it be possible to remove previous stored tuples for a user 
> on the reception of a PUBLISH before doing the handle_publish through 
> kamailio.cfg ? If not is there a way to use only last published 
> presentity?
> Thanks
> Albert
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