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From koszi <ko...@mail.tvnet.hu>
Subject Re: apr_dbd_mysql.c
Date Sun, 07 May 2006 08:06:35 GMT

OK just for the record for people googling around for this stuff 
mod_authn_dbd  apr_dbd_mysql apache 2.2.0 MySQL 5.0.20 apr 1.2.7 apr-util
Mysql's encrypt does the. trick. It's either 
1. you use "select encrypt(passwordfield) from..."  in AuthDBDUserPWQuery
directive, if you store passwords in plain text (perhaps not a good idea) 
2 or use "select password from ...'" , in that case you need to store
passwords in encrypted format like 'insert into usertable
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