[asterisk-users] astdb delete all keys with the value of x
joshdmetzger at gmail.com
Mon Apr 21 09:54:24 CDT 2014
To do it without using an external database, you could create a shell
script to do it that you would execute with a system call. You could get a
list of everything with:
asterisk -rx "database show"
>From there, you could grep the results for the value you are looking for,
use awk or even cut to get the family and key names, then for each match,
asterisk -rx "database del <family> <key>"
It's a dirty way of doing it, but it would work. When I used the Asterisk
DB for something, I was able to change my dialplan around to make things
unique for each call so I could run a "DBDeltree" after the call was
complete. That being said, you definitely get a lot more control with an
external database and it's easy to make the calls within your dialplan. It
really depends on how big of a system you're setting up and how often you
would need to run these commands to determine if it's worth the added
trouble of installing / configuring / maintaining something like MySQL.
For me, I've used MySQL very heavily in the past, and only recently have I
created something that uses the Asterisk database (after using Asterisk for
6 years). Even then it was more of a challenge to myself to see if I could
make it work, but for what I'm doing it really is probably the best option
(especially since it's on a pre-existing Asterisk install that was not
configured with ODBC support).
On Mon, Apr 21, 2014 at 10:27 AM, Jonathan White <jw at uvacity.com> wrote:
> I’m trying to use the asterisk database but I think there is a
> limitation in deleting records I need to make my logic work.
> I understand that I can delete all family members with a specific key
> and that I can delete an entire family of keys
> but I would like to be able to delete specific keys which have the same
> value, is this possible?
> I have tried moving things around so making the family the value I am
> interested in but the way the call flow works I don’t get that information
> at the correct point when I need it.
> At present I think there is not an answer to this problem and I will have
> to use an ODBC link to a better featured database I can run more
> complicated queries against.
> What does the community think?
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