tnt at kalik.net
Mon Feb 25 14:26:59 CET 2008
We don't do these checks on radius database at all. We have a billing
database with users details which has value of this attribute in
datetime format and checks are done there.
Kalik Informatika ISP
Dana 25/2/2008, "Tim White" <weirdit at gmail.com> piše:
>I'm attempting to use Expiration to expire user accounts after a set
>time period. What format does the Date/Time (Value field) have to be?
> From what I can see it's in the format of "Monthname Day Year
>Hour:Min:Sec". So for example "March 24 2008 00:00:00". But it appears
>that in this format you can't use normal SQL datetime operators to see
>if it's expired (for example, to run a SQL query to remove all expired
>Can someone who has it working please let me know what format they use
>for Expiration value, and how they can use MySQL comparison operators
>(Ether 2.0.2 or 1.1.7).
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