Quick enable/disable user account.
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Tue Sep 13 22:01:28 CEST 2011
On 9/13/2011 12:09, Arran Cudbard-Bell wrote:
> On 13 Sep 2011, at 20:29, rauch.holger at googlemail.com wrote:
>> Hi to everybody,
>> On Tue, 13 Sep 2011, Alan DeKok wrote:
>>> 2394263740 wrote:
>>>> Sometime, I need disable a user account in mysql database. And then
>>>> enable it later on after some check complete.
>>>> Can you please advise how to toggle such status?
>>> See the MySQL documentation for how to write to rows in MySQL.
>> It's not just a matter of knowing how write rows in MySQL (that by itself
>> doesn't change the enable/disable status) but also knowing which
>> *column in particular* needs to be set to *what value*. Seems to me like the
>> original poster was referring to that rather than some general MySQL syntax
> No. It's SQL, you can alter the query so that it only returns 'enabled' users. It has nothing to do with FreeRADIUS, other than possibly the location of the configuration file (raddb/sql/mysql/dialup.conf).
>>>> There're may be multiple solutions, please advise them all, so I can
>>>> choose a one most fit the needs.
>>> Try harder.
>> Are you *really* sure that advices like these are helpful at all???
>> (Alan, I've been subscribed to this mailing list for quite a while now and
>> I'm well aware of the fact that you're very involved concerning code
>> maintenance which leaves less time for answering mails. Of course I can only
>> speak on my behalf, but I'm sure your work is appreciated by all list
>> members. But, to be honest, a suggestion like the one given above is purely
>> ridiculous and is (almost) the same as not replying at all.
> The point of the list is to help users who are stuck with a particular question or concept. Not for those who are too lazy to try and figure things out themselves.
> Give a man a fish etc..
> Arran Cudbard-Bell
> a.cudbardb at freeradius.org
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So what are the most proper ways to mark a user in an sql database as
either active or inactive, enabled or disabled?
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