Thanks for the answer Reinaldo,
Sorry, maybe I wasn't explicit enough..
I have, say, 3 user objects, with names User1, User2 and User3.
Under AD, a user browse filter for this would be:
that would search for
(objectClass=user OR objectClass=organizationalUnit) AND (cn contains "User")
But the AD object has the property objectClass and cn, and I know that values for
objectClass can be "user" or "organizationalUnit" in my case.
I don't know the structure of an object in OpenLDAP, to know what property would
replace e.g. objectClass and cn, and what values they might have.
This might be a very simple thing, my problem is that I don't have access to an
OpenLDAP environment, which makes it more difficult. With an LDAP browser I could just
look at the objects, see the properties and values, and figure out what would work as
filter. But without access to the environment, I don't even know how an object looks
like, and what properties it has.
I was hoping maybe there was a list somewhere, similar to this one for Active Directory,
where I could just see the properties that exist:
[mailto:openldap-technical-bounces@OpenLDAP.org] On Behalf Of Reinaldo de Carvalho
Sent: 20 May 2011 17:43
Subject: Re: OpenLDAP search filters
On Thu, May 19, 2011 at 8:08 AM, Anita Luca <anlu(a)netop.com> wrote:
I need to replace the standard AD filters with OpenLDAP filters.
Basically, I assume that what changes is the value of the property (e.g.
objectType=user might become objectType=person or any other value, not
sure what OpenLDAP works with).
How to create a "filter" if we don't know the "entries"?
Reinaldo de Carvalho
"While not fully understand a software, don't try to adapt this software to the
way you work, but rather yourself to the way the software works" (myself)