2011/8/31 Michael Ströder <michael(a)stroeder.com>:
Clément OUDOT wrote:
> I tried to know if the persistent search control (OID
> 2.16.840.1.1137184.108.40.206) was supported in OpenLDAP. The latests
> messages I read were saying "no", as we can see in this discussion:
draft-ietf-ldapext-psearch is not supported in OpenLDAP. This standard has
serious deficiencies anyway making it almost unusable. I know what I'm talking
about since I have to use that with eDirectory in a customer project.
> But this blog entry is saying this control was introduced in OpenLDAP
> 2.2: http://www.connexitor.com/blog/pivot/entry.php?id=112
This mentions syncrepl (see RFC 4533) as noted in this blog entry.
thanks for the precision. The reason why I mentioned that blog entry
was because it was pointed in another blog entry explaining how use
OpenSSO with OpenLDAP :
See the first point of the Limitations chapter.
But the comments on the connexitor blogs are quite false: even if
OpenLDAP support some kind of persistent search with the syncprov
overlay, it is not the psearch control used by OpenSSO, so until
OpenSSO use the other control, the persistent search of OpenSSO will
not be used on an OpenLDAP instance.