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Re: multi-exclusion search query
Sorry, I've just found the solution.
The correct syntax for multi-exclusion is
the NOT operator can apparently only apply to one single value and
not to a list. In order to exclude various values, one must first
*match* the values that are not wanted, and then apply the NOT
operator to the result.
I spent a little bit of time to find that...
The following url has been really useful in understanding the RFC
(which is really too cryptic)
This is a general description and explanation of the feature set
On 12 Dec 2001, at 1:46, openldap-software@OpenLDAP.or wrote:
From: Tardis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: multi-exclusion search query
Date sent: Wed, 12 Dec 2001 01:46:19 +0100
> I can't figure out how to make a query that will return all the entries,
> except those matching a list of exclusions.
> I'm trying :
> but this only excludes from the query the businessCategory=1
> entries and not the businessCategory=2 entries. How should I write
> the filter to exclude both?