hugh at open.com.au
Wed Jul 10 04:28:31 CDT 2002
Hello Eyal -
You can specify your own SQL queries in the AddressAllocator SQL clause.
Have a look at section 6.52 in the Radiator 3.1 reference manual.
On Wed, 10 Jul 2002 18:51, private at matavtv.net wrote:
> Hi ,
> Radiator Ver 2.18.2 .
> issue : DeallocateQuery
> I want to deallocate SQL query not just by YIADDR but by USERNAME too .
> The basic is :
> update RADPOOL set STATE=0,TIME_STAMP=%t where YIADDR='%0'
> what extension should I add ?
> Thanks ,
> Eyal .
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