We want to be able to send SMS messages from a stored procedure in postgres. The procedure must of course use the correct syntax of our suppliers gateway:
The following url explains how to use our suppliers syntax from an oracle procedure:[
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This code snippet show how URL requests can be used in (untrusted) postgres procedures:
CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION reindex_by_uid (text) RETURNS text as '
$uid = shift;
# Auth required to run PythonScript w/right role
# or, dont pass auth stuff and make PyScript proxied to role
$AUTH = "--http-user=joel --http-passwd=foo";
# Set to your server and portal name
$SERVER = "http://localhost:8080/arch";
# wget options
# -q is quiet (no status output)
# -O - is to send results to standard output
# -T 5 is to timeout after 5 seconds
$WGET = "/usr/bin/wget -q -O - -T 5";
$cmd = "$WGET $AUTH $SERVER/reindex_by_uid?uid=$uid";
# output it to psql log so the user has some idea whats going on
elog NOTICE, $cmd;
' LANGUAGE plperlu;
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