mod_sqlinclude is an Apache 1.x Web server shared module which implements an Include-like configuration command which acts the same way standard Include does, with the exception of using an SQL backend as the data source instead of plain files.
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: The default 'sqlinclude' database name module used to fallback if SQLI_SQLDB was not specified has been removed, which may lead to connection problems. If in Verbose mode, the module logs more details as to which server it's about to connect and as who. This helps in debugging broken httpd configurations. The Verbose option is now expanded, allowing you to define the 'talkative' level of the module.
Release Notes: This release adds a missing " to the source code, making the module compilable out-of the box. The module now logs its activity in apache log, and the verbose option does not prevent some errors and warnings from being shown any longer.
Release Notes: This release adds the conditional definition of TRUE/FALSE as some distros seems to not define those by default. It also adds SQLI_SQLDB to specify the database the SQLInclude module connects to, expands the Q&A section, and adds more descriptive examples.