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(ITS#6513) dynacl/aci fails on searches with attributes
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- Subject: (ITS#6513) dynacl/aci fails on searches with attributes
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- Date: Sun, 11 Apr 2010 17:03:46 GMT
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Full_Name: Peter Marschall
Submission from: (NULL) (220.127.116.11)
Playing around with dynacl/aci a bit I cam across the following issue:
Searches that do not contain the attribute OpenLDAPaci in the list of attribues
queried, omit objects.
E.g. doing a base search for 1.1 on an object that has the following OpenDLAPaci
(no superior object has a subtree OpenLDAPaci)
does not return the DN of the object, while doing the search without arguments
returns the DN.
According to my experiments, it looks like the Entry *e passed as argument to
does not have OpenLDAPaci in its e->e_attrs.
I wrote the patch ftp://ftp.openldap.org/incoming/Peter-Marschall-100411.patch
to verify my suspicions,
and it seems to help, although at the cost of abysmally bad performance.
I guess there are better ways to fix the issue (e.g. "auto-adding" OpenLDAPaci
to the attributes queried from the backend and stripping it before giving it
back to the client), but my knowledge of the internal workings of OpenLDAP is