> From: dave.shield@googlemail.com
> [mailto:dave.shield@googlemail.com] On Behalf Of Dave Shield
> Sent: Wednesday, April 23, 2008 2:33 PM

> 2008/4/23 Mike Ayers :

> > The table_dataset/group_tdata functions are for

> "datamatted" [sic] tables
> > those for which you store the data and forget.

> That's true for 'table_dataset', but not for 'table_tdata'.


Did I misread, or is the tdata documentation incorrect?

> > I don't see any functions to build the rows, either.

> The code for building a row in a 'tdata'-based table is specific to
> the individual MIB table, so isn't part of the tdata helper itself.
> Instead it will be generated as part of the mib2c.tdata.conf template.

Oh, so this is a mib2c thing.

> > I suggest taking a look here:
> >
> > http://www.net-snmp.org/dev/agent/gr...__generic.html
> >
> > ...for what appears to be a more generic and

> complete set of functions.
> That's not actually a user-level table helper.
> It's more intended as a design framework of the API that a particular
> table helper should look at providing.

So is there a set of user level table functions that don't need mib2c?



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