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<section id="domain.functions" xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude">
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    <title>Functions</title>

	<section id="is_local">
		<title><function>is_local(domain)</function></title>
		<para>
			This function can be used to test whether a given domain name in
			parameter belongs to one of the virtual domains defined in the
			domain table. Such domain name is said to be local. The function
			returns 1 if the domain name is found in the domain table and -1
			otherwise.
		</para>
		<para>
			The first parameter of the function can be anything that returns a
			string with domain name. In its simplest form it can be a string
			with domain name: is_local("iptel.org"). You can also test a
			domain name stored in an attribute: is_local("$my_domain"). And
			finally you can test a domain name present in the SIP message with
			selects: is_local("@ruri.host").
		</para>
		<para>
			Note: Unlike function <function>lookup_domain</function>, this
			function does not make domain attributes of the virtual domain
			available to the script. Domain attributes are simply ignored by
			this function.
		</para>
		<example>
			<title>is_uri_host_local_local usage</title>
			<programlisting>
...
if (is_local("@ruri.host")) {
    /* Domain part of Request-URI is local */
}
...
			</programlisting>
		</example>
	</section>

	<section id="lookup_domain">
		<title><function>lookup_domain(attr_group, domain)</function></title>
		<para>
			This is the main function of the domain module. It can be used to
			implement support for virtual domains in the SIP server. Each
			virtual domain is identified by a unique identifier (opaque
			string) and it can have one or more associated domain names. Given
			a domain name in the second parameter, this function finds the
			associated virtual domain identifier (known as DID) and stores it
			in an attribute for later user. In addition to that the function
			also loads all domain-level attributes for the virtual domain and
			makes them available to the configuration script.
		</para>
		<para>
			The first parameter of the function identifies the group of
			attributes where the DID and domain-level attributes shall be
			stored. The value of the first parameter can be either "$fd" for
			the domain-level attribute group that belongs to the calling party
			(From), or "$td" for the domain-level attribute group that belongs
			to the called party (Request-URI).
		</para>
		<para>
			The value of the second parameter can be a simple string, an
			attribute name, or a select. See the documentation of function
			<function>is_local</function> for more details.
		</para>
		<para>
			If a match is found then the DID of the virtual domain will be
			stored either in $fd.did or in $td.did, depending on the value of
			the first parameter. In addition to that domain-level attributes,
			if any, will be available as either $fd.<name> or $td.</name>.
		</para>
		<para>
			The function returns 1 when a matching virtual domain for the
			given domain name was found and -1 otherwise.
		</para>
		<para>
			The following example shows a typical use of the function. In a
			multi domain setup, one has to typically figure out where the both
			the calling and the called domains are local (i.e. configured on
			the server as the domains the server is responsible for). This is
			typically done by calling function
			<function>lookup_domain</function> twice, once with the hostname
			part of the From header as parameter and secondly with the
			hostname part of the Request-URI as parameter.
		</para>
		<para>
			The type of the situation can be then determined from the value of
			corresponding attributes ($td.did and $fd.did). A non-existing
			attribute value indicates that the domain name is not local (it
			does not belong to any virtual domain configured in the domain
			table).
		</para>
		<example>
			<title>lookup_domain usage</title>
			<programlisting>
lookup_domain("$fd", "@from.uri.host");
lookup_domain("$td", "@ruri.host");

if (strempty($fd.did) &amp;&amp; strempty($td.did)) {
    # Neither the calling nor the called domain is local
    # This is a relaying attempt which should be forbidden
    sl_reply("403", "Relaying Forbidden");
    drop;
}
if (strempty($fd.did) &amp;&amp; $td.did) {
    # The calling domain is not local and the called domain
    # is local, this is an inbound call from a 3rd party
    # user to one of local users
}
if ($fd.did &amp;&amp; strempty($td.did)) {
    # The calling domain is local and the called domain
    # is not local, this is an outbound call from one of
    # our users to a 3rd party user
}
if ($fd.did &amp;&amp; $td.did) {
    # Both the calling and the called domains are local,
    # one of our local users calls another local user,
    # either in the same virtual domain or in another
    # virtual domain hosted on the same server
}
			</programlisting>
		</example>
	</section>
</section>