On Wed, Mar 09, 2022 at 04:42:17PM +0000, Lisa Parratt wrote:
A byzantine java application connects to the LDAP server, and somehow
uses the information presented to trigger API requests to business
logic, eventually resulting in the data being replicated to a
relational database. If olcSpNoPresent is honoured, this works. It
it’s ignored, it dies with an error. I have, as yet, been unable to
find an engineer who can explain this behaviour to me, and this code
is largely forgotten.
It seems reasonable to me that if I configure slapd to not do a
Present phase, then it shouldn’t do a Present phase? Am I wrong?
The question was, is there a reason why you also configure a sessionlog
when to me it seems you're saying you'd be perfectly happy without
(ignoring any deletes)?
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