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Re: Controls handled incorrectly (ITS#2034)
At 11:21 AM 2002-08-20, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>Full_Name: Jeremy Mortis
>OS: Redhat 7.2
>Submission from: (NULL) (184.108.40.206)
>When using an LDAP instance with multiple databases, JNDI searches fail.
>This appears to be due to the fact that JNDI passes the 'manageDSAit' control
>which causes the 'select_backend' routine to choose the wrong database.
The client may provide the ManageDsaIT control with an operation
to indicate that the operation is intended to manage objects
within the DSA (server) Information Tree
The control, as discussed in RFC 3296, is commonly used to
manage subordinate referral knowledge.
By selecting the superior database, slapd is providing access
to the subordinate referral knowledge associated with the
This is not a bug in OpenLDAP, but a bug in JNDI. Clients
should only provide the ManageDSAit control when the user
wants to manage the DSA information tree.