Re: Problem with the new version of radius

Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Thu, 27 Feb 1997 11:13:41 -0800

Christian Gatti wrote:
> Hello,
> We just upgraded from radiusnt31 I think to radiusnt60 and
> now the SaExpireDate field in the subaccounts table doesn't operate
> anymore. All accounts in the subaccounts are now valid
> although the SaExpireDate has expired. What can we do?
> It seems that SaExpireDate is no more checked when a user logs
> in.

MS Access returns an error in the DateAdd() function if the
date is NULL. Unfortunately, NULL is how to signify to
use the MBR date. Therefore, only the MBR date is checked
if the backend is MS Access. SQL server handles this fine.

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