MySQL multiple tables and fields in Dialplan

My aim is reading a database for authentication and saving paths of a ‘record’.

Is there any way to connect multiple tables and fields (MySQL simple inserts & queries) to read and write in the dialplan? .

I’ve experimented using odbc combined with Mysql, but this is messy way to get two tables. And using CDR to write and Realtime to read seperatly also seems a long way round (as well as me not getting it to work yet - CDR unregistered?).

Perhaps via app_dbodbc or res_sqlite?


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Oh, there’s a way, but it makes things look UGLY. I think you’re best to use the AGI and prog it up in PHP. Otherwise be prepared for your dial-plan to turn into a real zoo.