[Freeswitch-users] Shall we revive the ailing mod_cdr?

Jonas Gauffin jonas.gauffin at gmail.com
Thu Apr 24 23:28:25 PDT 2008

I've done a mod_odbc module that writes to a flatfile if odbc fails
(and adds them to the database as soon as the connection is up again).

I haven't had time to finish it, and I don't know when I can. I can
add it to jira if someone else is interested in finishing it.

On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 2:42 AM, Daniel Swarbrick
<freeswitch at pressure.net.nz> wrote:
> I'm sure a lot of folks will look forward to the ODBC feature.
>  How about ASN.1? Someone care to write a definition for it?
>  On Thu, 2008-04-24 at 19:15 -0500, Yossi Neiman wrote:
>  > Hi folks,
>  >
>  > It's been quite a while.  Some of you might know of the mod_cdr that was
>  > fully functional up until around sometime after July 2007.  Due to
>  > personal issues, I did not have time to maintain it.  I am now in a
>  > position to revive it.  I will be making some changes to how it is
>  > designed, and removing some of the serialization.
>  >
>  > Currently in FreeSWITCH we have the following CDR logging formats at
>  > hand (separate of mod_cdr):  Individual XML flat files, comma separate
>  > values, and curl HTTP handling.  As such there is no need to include
>  > these in mod_cdr anymore, but I am looking for what backends everybody
>  > would be interested in.  I will be starting off with the ODBC backend.
>  > Please note that database-specific backends are possible, but there is a
>  > possibility they would not be available for inclusion in trunk.  Another
>  > format that I thought just for the fun of it would maybe to shoot out
>  > CDRs as e-mails (donno if that's at all useful...).
>  >
>  > Give me your thoughts and ideas.
>  >
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