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Re: Timestamps in 2.0.7?

Timestamps are still held in OpenLDAP 2.0.7, but they need to
be requested explicitly during a search.

On Fri, 9 Feb 2001, Carl Litt wrote:

> OpenLDAP 1.2.x used to maintain timestamp and name fields for each
> record (creatorsName,modifiersName,createTimestamp,modifyTimestamp).
> These appear to be gone in 2.0.7.  Does the server maintain any
> similar attributes that can be queried?
> The reason I ask is I would like to have my web/mail servers query
> query the LDAP database for DN's which have been created or modified
> recently.  This is necessary so they can initialize the mail and web
> directories for these newcomers.
> From my experience with 1.2.11, I was planning on doing a search
> for (modifyTimestamp > 10 minutes ago).  Is there something native
> to the 2.0 server that I can use for this, or do I have to maintain
> an attribute manually?
> Carl Litt
> Network Administrator
> Execulink Internet