One of the application developer is asking me for the attribute that holds the last logon
timestamp so that he could run a report. Since it is an operational attribute would he
able to retrieve it for his application? Thank you so much.
On Nov 6, 2012, at 12:20 PM, "Clément OUDOT" <clem.oudot(a)gmail.com>
2012/11/6 jeevan kc <jeev_biz(a)hotmail.com>
> Hello now I have a question. Is there any way that we can add the authtimestamp
attribute to all users using ldapadd so that it becomes visible while running the
ldapsearch query? Thanks
If you use the lastbind overlay, the attribute is visible after the first authentication
of the user. As it is an operationnal attribute, you need to use '+' or its name
in the attribute list of the search to see it. For example :
ldapsearch -b dc=example,dc=com '(objectClass=person)' authtimestamp
If you want to create or modify this value, you need to use the 'relax'