Ozeki NG allows you to maintain a log of every
incoming and outgoing SMS in a database. This option
can be useful if you want to use SQL queries to produce
various reports. SQL logging can be configured with
any database server the has an ODBC or OleDb driver.
For example you can use MSSQL, Oracle, Access, MySQL, Postgres, etc...
to store SMS traffic information.
The SQL logging option allows you to specify the database connection
string and the SQL statements used to store the traffic information.
The SQL statements are SQL templates that hold keywords that are replaced
to the appropriate content, prior to the execution of the SQL command.
To enable SQL logging you should open the Server preferences form from the Edit menu. In the
server preferences form click on Databases tab, then select Logging database
settings (Figure 1). On this form check the Enable SQL reporting checkbox.
Figure 1. - Enable SQL logging
After SQL logging is enabled, you must make sure the database connection
string allows you to connect to your database server. To log incoming and outgoing messages, you would
use the following connection strings: