I'm trying to understand how ldap filters work. Based on this simple logic expression:
EXPR_1 (or) EXPR_2
if EXPR1 returns TRUE, will slapd still try to evaluate EXPR2? or will slapd evaluate EXPR2 anyway even if EXPR_1 is true?
I think that while the ldap filter is bigger then performance is worse, right?
could somebody explain me a little about this logic of evaluation in ldap filters?