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Re: Announce: pam_sql


   I considered ODBC (briefly) while writing this.  I don't have any good
reasons for not using it, other than an utter unfamiliarity with ODBC.  Now
that I've got some working code, I'll take a look at ODBC.  Can you
which API(s) I should look at?


On Fri, 12 Jan 2001, Steve Langasek wrote:
> Hi Mike,
> Have you considered using one of the Unix ODBC APIs for this module?  A
> module
> called pam_sql ought (IMHO) to be able to interface with any SQL database
> without having to recompile, and ODBC is the most effective way to
> achieve
> this goal.
> Regards,
> Steve Langasek
> postmodern programmer
> >   I've just finished work on my pam_sql module.  You can find
> > the tarball at:
> >      http://devel.duluoz.net/pam_sql-0.7.0.tar.gz
> > or browse the code online at:
> >      http://devel.duluoz.net/pam_sql/
> > Currently, there's only code to connect to a PostgreSQL database,
> > but I've designed the code to simplify adding new databases.  The
> > module supports authentication and account management (expiration)
> > interfaces.  I'm using the module to check web cookies, hence I
> > didn't need password encryption, hence there is none.
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