[cvsnt] CVSNT auditing and MySQL 5.0

Van Quakebeke, Joe Joe.VanQuakebeke at Ingenix.com
Tue Nov 7 15:03:33 GMT 2006

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	I had auditing enabled and working on a MySQL 4.1 database.  I
have now installed a 5.0 database and tried to enable auditing but it
doesn't work.  I don't get information about my tags or session
information.  Does CVSNT auditing work with MySQL 5.0?  I have restarted
the services and rebooted my machine but it still doesn't work.
	I looked at the wiki and at the tutorials but none of them
mention MySql 5.0.  

	My ENV:
	WinXP Pro (cvsnt server/client and the mysql db all on 1
	CVSNT 2.5.03 Build 2382
	MySQL 5.0
	MySQL ODBC 3.51 Driver
	System DSN defined

	I would like to use triggers to help automate some of my build
tasks and I need to use 5.0+ for MySql.  If I have to, I can add the
logic to my scripts but IMHO, it is so much cleaner to use triggers
attached to the taglog table.


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