[Users] avp_db_load(), and multiple avps

Kanakatti Mahesh Subramanya mahesh at aptela.com
Thu Sep 8 01:08:28 CEST 2005


What I ended up doing was actually
    - Load all the AVPs (avp_db_load("$from/username", "i:"))
    - Move (i.e. copy&delete) them into temporary values 
(avp_copy("$vpnId", "srcVpnId/d"))
This way, when I loaded the AVPs later on (avp_db_load("$ruri/username", 
"i:")) they didn't conflict with the initial set.

It actually makes quite a bit of sense (for me at least), and I'm down 
to 2 db hits per transaction.  Which is quite ok...


Bogdan-Andrei Iancu wrote:

> Hi Kanakatti,
> correct, this kind of loading is not possible and because of module 
> limitations, but because of DB interface limitations - the DB API does 
> not support too complex queries like:
>     where user=x and domain=y and (avp_name=avp1 or avp_name=avp2)
> what you can do is to try to sort your avps in different tables and to 
> load all user's avps from the tables.
> regards,
> bogdan
> Kanakatti Mahesh Subramanya wrote:
>> I believe that avp_db_load can load either a specific avp 
>> (avp_db_load("$from/username", "i:500")) or all avps of a specific 
>> type (avp_db_load("$from/username", "i:"))
>> I dont think that it is possible to load multiple avps as part of a 
>> single command, correct?  e.g.  avp_db_load("$from/username", "i:500, 
>> i:600")
>> I'm doing a fairly decent amount of manipulation, and I'm trying to 
>> cut down on the number of db calls that I have to make, and the 'all 
>> or none' approach is starting to constrain me...
>> cheers
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