With server 1.x I could write multiple helpful scripts for extracting the data from OCSWEB database.
With new format of databases, where ACCOUNTINFO was divided for two parts, it is almost impossible to surely extract this admin info: how can I guess what does "fields_4" field contain?
Of course, I can query ACCOUNTINFO_CONFIG, look for "name", then calculate field name from "show_order", but MySQL does not support indirect addressing of table columns (i.e. column's name must be explicit and can not be stored in variable neither it can be result of the expression), and thus I can't use in my SQL scripts the results of calculations of the field name.
Hardcoding the fileds' names is not a very good idea.
You made he database convenient to process with PHP or other web-programming language, but that made it unusable for "regular" programming, if they can't construct the scripts in realtime. :-(