[RADIATOR] Missing attributes

Michael Newton mnewton at pofp.com
Tue Dec 13 12:12:34 CST 2011

Hi Michael, this was indeed a typo in my original post. I am using AcctSQLStatement, and not AuthSelect. AddToRequestIfNotExist did fix the problem; as you suggest, Radiator works fine without it, but my installation does complain about it a lot. Thanks.

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On  7 Dec 2011, at 4:50 AM, Michael wrote:

Maybe i wasn't clear ether.  I was suggesting that there's something else wrong. I use Gigawords and have a nas with old IOS and doesn't send the attribute. But if the attribute isn't there, radiator is fine with it.  It doesn't show an error.  You shouldn't have to use AddToRequestIfNotExist.

Did the original email for this thread not show using AuthSelect for inserting accounting records?  as far as i was aware, that is wrong.


On 11-12-07 08:42 AM, Heinrich Mislik wrote:

Maybe I was not clear enough. The line

    AddToRequestIfNotExist Acct-Input-Gigawords=0

should be added to the<Client>  section and is processed long before
any<AuthBy>. It just makes sure, that "Acct-Input-Gigawords" exists
in any request (either with it's original value or 0). This should
not do no harm with Access-Reqests and avoid error messages when
using %{Acct-Input-Gigawords} during accounting.

Hope this helps.


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