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From "Naveen Rawat" <naveen.ra...@otssolutions.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Apache module <----SSL-----> MySQL
Date Thu, 26 Apr 2007 15:06:05 GMT

Hi Joshua,

Thanks for the response,

>> My communication from my module, is database specific (my MySQL is  
>> already SSL-enabled). So is it only up to the MySQL SSL-specific C API to
>> provide SSL (I tried using mysql_ssl_set() with no success) or there has
>> more to be done at my module's code end?
>
> You've so far asked this question four times, including on completely
> inappropriate mailing lists, without giving people time to respond.
> This type of impolite behavior makes me very reticent to even bother
> replying.


I really regret this. 


> But anyway, your problem has nothing directly to do with apache APIs.
> If you want your mysql communication to be encrypted, then it is up to
> your module to use the correct mysql APIs in the correct way. Apache
> Has nothing to do with it.
>
> If you don't know how to use the mysql APIs, then I suggest you get
> some help from a mysql forum.

MySQL C APIs provide for enabling SSL support and they work perfect for a
standalone. The APIs when used within a module is not working the expected.
So what I think is, the deficit for this is somewhere at the Apache module
end. Please correct me. 


Best Regards,

Naveen Rawat



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