Isn't this what you expect?
That is EXACTLY what I expect. But all hits either come back in POSIX =
format (e.g: just the usernames alone), OR LDAP format (e.g: DNs as =
members). Never BOTH (like in your example, which is what we want).
So, yes, your TEST is correct. However I am seeing something very =
different on my end.
Clearly I am doing something wrong. Either:
1.) A syntax error somewhere in my URI syntax, or
2.) A syntax error somewhere in the dynlist overlay area in my =
It represents the objectClass that, when present in an entry that is
returned by a search, triggers the dynlist expansion.
That TOO is what I interpreted from both the examples and the manpage.
So you have answered my question:
1.) Is not a bug
2.) What I am trying to do is perfectly valid
3.) I am the problem - I am doing something wrong =3D)
Thank you Pierangelo, as always you're extremely helpful.