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[sip-router] / lib / srdb1 / schema / domain_name.xml
1 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
2 <!DOCTYPE table PUBLIC "-//kamailio.org//DTD DBSchema V1.1//EN" 
3           "http://kamailio.org/pub/kamailio/dbschema/dtd/1.1/dbschema.dtd" [
4           
5           <!ENTITY % entities SYSTEM "entities.xml">
6           %entities;
7           
8           ]>
9           
10           <table id="domain_name" xmlns:db="http://docbook.org/ns/docbook">
11                   <name>domain_name</name>
12                   <version>1</version>
13                   <type db="mysql">&MYSQL_TABLE_TYPE;</type>
14                   <description>
15                           <db:para>This table is used by the carrierroute module to provides routing, balancing and blacklisting capabilities. It contains the existing domains, consisting of the ids and corresponding names. More
16                           information is available at: &KAMAILIO_MOD_DOC;carrierroute.html
17                           </db:para>
18                   </description>
19                   
20                   <column id="id">
21                           <name>id</name>
22                           <type>unsigned int</type>
23                           <size>&table_id_len;</size>
24                           <natural/>
25                           <autoincrement/>
26                           <primary/>
27                           <type db="dbtext">int,auto</type>
28                           <description>Name of the column containing the unique identifier of a domain.</description>
29                   </column>
30                   
31                   <column>
32                           <name>domain</name>
33                           <type>string</type>
34                           <size>&user_len;</size>
35                           <null/>
36                           <default><null/></default>
37                           <description>This column contains the domain name.</description>
38                   </column>
39           </table>