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Re: sasl-regexp proper behavior?

The mapping is not necessarily one-to-one, it's can be many-to-one.
That is,
        sasl-regexp(a) -> X and sasl-regexp(b) -> X is fine, but
        sasl-regexp(c) -> X,Y is invalid.


At 09:52 AM 3/24/2004, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
>I recently had bad data in my directory (oops) that had would return 2 results to the sasl-regexp query for what bind DN to map a user to.
>Other than this being a shot myself in the foot scenario, I'm curious about:
>What is the current behavior when this happens? Would the entity get assigned the first DN returned?
>What should the correct behavior be?  From the literature, sasl-regexp should be a 1-1 mapping.  So in a case like this when two results are returned, should the entity be mapped to a DN at all?  Or would it be better to return an error?
>Quanah Gibson-Mount
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