Sorry for this weird topic, but I didn't know how to name this one.
These are the facts: we're using the phamm.schema from the PHAMM Project
for saving virtual domain entries in our Ldap database. Searching for
them is mostly no pronblem, but one specific circumstance is bothering
me to death: when I try to search for a specific value of the attribute
"vd", the corresponding entry is not always found. Any other attribute
does the trick, but vd does'nt.
For example: the search for (using the root_dn)
ldapsearch -x -W -D "cn=admin,dc=uebergebuehr,dc=de" -b
"ou=domains,dc=uebergebuehr,dc=de" "(vd=*) -s"one"
produces following output:
# extended LDIF
# base <vd=lak-hessen.de,ou=domains,dc=uebergebuehr,dc=de> with scope
# filter: (vd=*)
# requesting: ALL
# lak-hessen.de, domains, uebergebuehr.de
# search result
result: 0 Success
# numResponses: 2
# numEntries: 1
This is true for everytime I put a Wildcard (*) into the search pattern,
and with scope "sub" there's also no matter in which part of the tree
above this entry I am. But when I'm searching specificly for the value
(lak-hessen.de) nothin is found, no matter in which entry I am and which
Strangely this pattern _is_ found when you go into the entry of the
domain itself (vd=lak-hessen.de,ou=domains,...) and search with scobe
Any idea what I'm doing wrong? Or is this a bug? I think ACLs are ruled
out because of using the root_dn.
I didn't want to file a Bug before being reallly sure that this is one