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Re: Problems resolving multi-valued attributes with acl directives (ITS#3269)

bill_woody@symantec.com wrote:

> Full_Name: William Edward Woody
> Version: 2.2.8
> OS: Win32
> URL: ftp://ftp.openldap.org/incoming/
> Submission from: (NULL) (
> I encountered a problem with entries with multi-valued attributes, where not all
> of the values were being returned in v2.2.8 of OpenLDAP slapd.
> When an entry is marked as having read access only to a group, reading the
> objectClass attribute with 'cn=root' (full root privileges) will return all
> objectClass attribute values. However, if one logs in using the access
> privileges of a member in the group, only the first objectClass attribute is
> returned.
> I narrowed down the problem to the state caching used while resolving ACL
> instructions. In servers/slapd/acl.c, the AccessControlState object appears to
> store the last resolved ACL item in the slapd.conf block access control list,
> and stores nothing with respect to the openLDAPaci attribute. Now we've defined
> our access control block to rely on openLDAPaci:

There was a recent change to ACL caching and OpenLDAPaci, does this 
problem still occur for you in the current release (2.2.25)?

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