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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 42327] - mod authn dbd authing with mysql fails no authn configured
Date Thu, 03 May 2007 21:51:05 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From noel.butler@ausics.net  2007-05-03 14:51 -------
(In reply to comment #1)
> Please use a user support forum for problems like this (and the week of
apachecon might not be the ideal 
> timing - try again next week if necessary).
> 
> The error message is saying you didn't configure a SELECT statement valid for
the scope you're trying to 
> use it in.

Firstly I have posted in users mailing list, with no responses,w hich is why I
opted to log it here.

in the global I have
DBDriver mysql
DBDParams "host=HOST.REMOVED dbname=http_AuthDB user=NOPE pass=NOTONURLIFE"
DBDPersist off

Secondly. I do have a select statement, As I said, I set it up as per the apache
docs, out of the vhost block using the alias method and inside it like

-start directory block inside a vhost block
  AuthName "Manage"
  AuthType Basic
  AuthBasicProvider dbd
  AuthDBDUserPWQuery  "SELECT user_passwd FROM user_info WHERE user_name = %s"
  Require valid-user
-end directory block inside vhost block

If this is wrong, the docs are incomplete or I keep reading the wrong docs, even
via google. Google did show this problem with many hits, even a comment from you
Nick, asking if this was still a problem with 2.2.4 and someone responded yes,
but nothing I found after days of googling, found any workarounds or corrections
to the procedures, if I'm wrong I'll eat humble pie.



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