On 03/08/2014 04:12 AM, Stephan Fabel wrote:
reading this: http://www.openldap.org/faq/data/cache/1133.html
- do I
read this correctly that the set syntax can also be employed in search
filters? The reason I ask is because Mark is listing LDAP URIs and this
sentence: "The LDAP search corresponding to the URI's DN, attributes,
scope and filter is performed, and all the matching entries are
I'm unsure because the Admin Guide for 2.4 only mentions sets in the
context of ACLs, and slapd.access(5) states that it's "undocumented".
That text is referring to the "filter" portion of an LDAP URI. Entries
matching the URI are collected into a set and subsequently used in sets
algebra. In any case, sets are only used in the context of ACL evaluation.
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