Just wanting to know. Is there any way to load all the conf files into a database. For example, could I rather have a Features table in my database instead of a Features.conf file and let Asterisk load its settings from there???
Is this possible? Anybody done it before?? Any ideas on how I can accomplish this?
the wiki says no. voip-info.org/wiki-Asterisk+RealTime
i expect in time it will be expanded out, but at the moment it wouldn’t appear that features.conf can be used via RealTime.
Thanks for the speedy reply. I quiet familier with the current realtime files that you can use. I was just wondering if there was a way to get the rest of them in the database. I am currently using sip, extension and the rest from a database. Just thought there might be a way to just get the rest of the flat files to be read from a database, would make my life alot easier…
Is there any reason why they have not made all the configuration possible from a database?? Can it be done?
i’ve no doubt it can be done, and i think if you were to ask the developers they have a plan for most of the conf files to be RealTime-enabled. you could post a message to the developers list and ask.
Thanks Bacon, think I might. You go URL where I can do it??
you’ll need to subscribe i think … lists.digium.com/mailman/listinfo/
To store all configs in database use realtime static
voip-info.org/wiki/view/Aste … ime+Static
[quote=“vinod.vijayan”]To store all configs in database use realtime static
voip-info.org/wiki/view/Aste … ime+Static[/quote]
i take my hat off to you, a very good find ! and it works
the only problem is that a client of mine asked ages ago for me to write an ASP-based Asterisk config system on his Windows server as he likes to tinker with ASP too. i declined, but this makes it really easy. do i tell him ? haven’t i got enough to do already ??