[asterisk-users] hostname in MySQL CDR records
matt at venturevoip.com
Tue Nov 27 13:06:51 CST 2007
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Anthony Messina wrote:
> with a "core show function CDR", it states:
> All of the above variables are read-only, except for accountcode,
> userfield, and amaflags. You may, however, supply
> a name not on the above list, and create your own
> variable, whose value can be changed with this function,
> and this variable will be stored on the cdr.
> but it seems like these "create my own variables" do not appear in mysql,
> though they do appear in the csv files.
Correct. Unless you are using the new adaptive odbc driver.
I actually use a patch in house for this, but its definitely a hack and
I normally just apply it manually.
Obviously it wasn't accepted into SVN, but we try to submit everything
we work on:
http://www.venturevoip.com (Great new VoIP end to end solution)
http://www.venturevoip.com/news.php (Daily Asterisk News - html)
http://www.venturevoip.com/newrssfeed.php (Daily Asterisk News - rss)
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