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Re: (ITS#3931) slapcat -a doesn't work

h.b.furuseth@usit.uio.no wrote:

>How about having 'slapcat -a' exit with an error message
>when it filters on an operational attribute?
>Except operational attrs it supports filtering for, if any.
Well, yes.  First let's see if we can have it filter for all (known) 
operational.  Note that here "operational" (the code as well) is 
misleading; it started as a means to provide operational attributes that 
are automatically generated, but it would be more appropriate to call 
them "automatic" or "volatile" attributes.


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