On 28/02/13 14:56, Howard Chu wrote:
Tim Watts wrote:
> Does anyone know of a bit of code I can look at that does an *internal*
> (completed inline) LDAP_MOD_REPLACE operation on one attribute without
> chaining (ie it does a return 0)?
> I've found Sun docs for doing this in a slapi plugin but not an openldap
> slapd plugin.
> Basically, I've been hacking on smbkrb5pwd.c and discovered if I do a
> "return 0;" at the end, I can prevent chaining (not documented but found
> some openldap hacking - denyop.c - that demonstrated this).
You should not be attempting to write code here without having actually
read what's in front of you. If your first instinct is *not* naturally
to read the source tree, your programming habits need sharpening.
Nope - had not noticed that - which is ironic as I've just been in that
directory running grep over at the .c files ;-|
Yeah - I'm not really a programmer (except in perl) , I'm properly a
sysadmin who very occasionally dabbles - and the openldap tree is not
small, so I can be forgiven for not reading all of it ;-> Anyway, have
to start somewhere!
And yes - I just found the bit in the txt file that says about calling
frontend functions - also nice to have some confirmation about the
return values of overlays.
I'll see if I can figure it out now based on a thorough reading of the
Cheers - and thanks for the pointer.
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