[asterisk-users] Realtime extensions configuration - calling user filtering

Tilghman Lesher tilghman at mail.jeffandtilghman.com
Tue Nov 20 13:26:26 CST 2007

On Tuesday 20 November 2007 11:18:45 Ricardo Carvalho wrote:
> If you really want to use some DB to read/write your dialplan, the
> best thing for you would be to write some scripts to generate text
> files from the contents of the tables of your DB. Those files can then
> be loaded in the extensions.conf file with the sentence: #include
> "generated_file.txt".
> In the same script you can even do some "asterisk -r -x "extensions
> reload"" command, and then you'll have your own realtime extensions
> working with the "ex-girlfriend logic" you wanted!
> I implemented this way because I had the same problem as you... :)

Or you could use func_odbc and get a real dynamic dialplan, instead of
moving your static dialplan to a database, which really makes it no more


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