can someone suggest something on following
----- Original Message ----
From: r d <rad390(a)yahoo.com>
Sent: Friday, July 27, 2007 3:49:05 PM
Subject: OpenLDAP: Referrals -help
I'm newbe to openldap. Want to get some helpful hand on setting up referral.
I've two slapd instances running. The directory tree on machine 1 is dc=example,dc=com,ou=TestUser
and directory tree on machine B has dc=example,dc=com,ou=TestUser and dc=example,dc=com,ou=LdapUser
Now from machine A I'm trying to refer records in machine B using following command.and I get following output. my slapd.config on machine-A has following line
C:\Program Files\OpenLDAP>ldapsearch.exe -x -H ldap://machin-A -D "cn=Mana
ger,dc=example,dc=com" -b "dc=example,dc=com,ou=LdapUser" "cn="LdapUser1 foo" -W
Enter LDAP Password: # extended LDIF
# base <dc=example,dc=com,ou=LdapUser> with scope
# filter: sn=LU1foo
# requesting: ALL
# search result
result: 10 Referral
# numResponses: 1
What I was expecting in output was search should return the record exists in machine B. But it didn't.
Am I expecting right thing ? Is there anyhitng I need to configured, add entry in proper format or somehitng ?
Notice that sample entry exists on machine-B.
ldapsearch -x -b 'dc=example,dc=com' '(&(objectclass=*)(cn=LdapUser1 foo))'
# LdapUser1 foo, LdapUser, example.com
dn: cn=LdapUser1 foo,ou=LdapUser,dc=example,dc=com
cn: LdapUser1 foo
Thanks in advance for looking into this,
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i have a very weired DB i need to access with back-sql.
the DB does only support identifiers of max 18 chars length so i had to
change the back-sql code to rename the ldap_entry_objclasses to
something shorter - that is solved
but this DB also cannot ORDER BY <alias> - since all
backsql_get_attr_vals calls seem to only request one column it seems
save to hardcode to ORDER BY 1 instead. i'm just wondering where the
best place would be to do so
any help is very appreciated.
I am not sure what the correct terminology is, but as part of a major
re-work of our OpenLDAP directory we are moving from:
ou=people, dc=nsd, dc=org
ou=people, ou=accounts, dc=nsd, dc=org.
In the new server I would like to create a "link" from
ou=people, dc=nsd, dc=org -> ou=people, ou=accounts, dc=nsd, dc=org.
because I have 2500 email clients that have as a search base
ou=people, dc=nsd, dc=org and my user community is not able to update
their email clients to point to the new search base.
Is it there a way to create a "link" and if so how.
Thanks for your help.
"When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it
connected to the entire universe" John Muir
Chris "Ski" Kacoroski, ski(a)nsd.org, 206-501-9803