Hey everybody, me again (unfortunately).
Asterisk 1.4 is really great and I love it but:
I’m having a hard time with the replacement function of app_realtime().
I use the REALTIME function in extensions.conf to interact with ODBC -> MySQL.
Unfortunately I see the REALTIME() from app_realtime is deprecated in 1.4, and I continually get the warning:
Warning begone! What do I do to get rid of it? What function usable in extensions.conf can be used to replace REALTIME(), RealTime, ReAlTiMe, R34Lt1M3 or however you want to spell it (if l337sp33k is your thing).
I looked around, found nothing in the wiki, on the forums, or in the text files that came with the asterisk 1.4 source. There’s brief descriptions of using REALTIME() (allcaps?) instead of RealTime, but I think it’s some digium inside joke or something. Googled it up, seems like no one cares about the replacement of RealTime, so what do I use, directly in extensions.conf.
Previously, I used:
exten => 101,1,REALTIME(whoopdeedoo|giggity|potato|var_)And it worked, oh my, beautifully if I may say so. But never again must it be used.
What would my command become now that this delightful command has been deprecated (you monsters!)?
And the CLI function “realtime load” is that deprecated too? Should/Can I use “realtime load” in some AGI stuff or is that a big no-no too?
So I guess in retrospect, my question is by what would I replace my usage of REALTIME in extensions.conf so that I can forever banish this warning into oblivion?
Many thanks to all of you!