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Re: (ITS#7130) OpenLDAP with BackSQL and Postgres. Upper on bigint?
> Full_Name: Manny
> Version: 2.4.23
> OS: RHEL6
> URL: ftp://ftp.openldap.org/incoming/
> Submission from: (NULL) (18.104.22.168)
> Hi there.
> I'm posting this into the ITS as I didn't get a response on the mailing
> after 1 week.
> I'm using the latest stable release of openldap, with back-sql and
> postgresql as a backend.
> I have an sssd which uses this openldap server for ID providing and
> A recent update in this sssd changed the filter used to retrieve
> groupids of users, which surfaced what seems to be a bug in backsql.
>>From my investigation it seems to me that when constructing the search
> query, openldap tries to use the UPPER function on every criteria in
> the WHERE clause, no matter which type it is. This causes an error in
> postgresql, as the gidNumber that is supposed to be filtered is of
> type "bigint".
I don't recall seeing your message in openldap-technical, which it belongs
to. In any case, there should be a field in ldap_at_mappings that tells
how and when an attribute value needs to be uppercased. However, I can't
check right now whether it works as intended, and back-sql is