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Re: ldap-backend segmentation fault (ITS#1367)

Kurt@OpenLDAP.org wrote:
> At 08:10 AM 2001-10-03, masarati@aero.polimi.it wrote:
> >so the unknown attribute is stripped from the results
> One alternative is to use slap_str2undef_ad() instead
> of slap_str2ad().  See str2entry() for logic.

That's much cleaner. I applied it to both back-ldap and 
back-meta; however, I see the "undef" attributes get 
stripped off somewhere before being returned (even for 

access to * by * read

on the back-ldap, so it is not an ACL problem). Is it 

> >(what if the resulting entry does not pass the schema?)
> Nothing.  Often MUST attributes are stripped from
> results, by ACLs or other means.  It's fine (and even
> noted in rfc2251).

That makes a lot of sense. I must have missed it.


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