Hello Ricardo -

At 12:33 AM 28/7/99, Ricardo Kustner wrote:
>Hi,
>
>I'm almost finnished with setting up our radiator to handle accounting...
>It works really great, just another example of how powerful radiator is :)
>(and our old accounting system doesnt even notice any difference because
>radiator sends copies of the accounting requests!)
>
>There's one little odd thing though... Radiator gives me these warnings in
>de logfile:
>
>Tue Jul 27 16:16:47 1999: WARNING: No such attribute Timestamp
>
>when i look in the dictionary supplied with Radiator, i see the
>Timestamp Attribute has nr. 103 :
>ATTRIBUTE       Timestamp               103     integer
>
>normally when i see something like this, i just add it to my ascend dictionary,
>but the ascend dictionary has this:
>#       Source Auth information (in connection of "authcode-" user profile)
>#
>ATTRIBUTE       Ascend-Source-Auth              103     string
>
>
>so what should/can i do about it?
>strangely, the timestamps added to the SQL accounting tables and
>SessionDatabase are *correct*...
>

We have tested this here with no errors, so could you please send us your
config file (no Secrets) and an extract of the corresponding Trace 4?

thanks

Hugh


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