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Re: Query regarding search operation in LDAP

Thanks Pierangelo ,
Actually I am looking forward to  provide a view of a
LDAP server on basis of a pair of from/to time field
as a filter.
For eg: A search query mentioning the time frame for
listing out all the valid users in that time frame.
Using an ACL though can help me in restricting the
users to access LDAP in their allocated time frames
but here there is only one user .

Thanks again,

--- Pierangelo Masarati <masarati@aero.polimi.it>
> Satvinder Singh writes: 
> > Hello All, 
> > 
> > I have a query  regd. the available options for a
> > search operation in terms of filters for 
> openLDAP. 
> > 
> > The schema contains users who need to be given
> access
> > as per the time frame which has been allocated to
> > them individually, lets say User "A" is allowed
> access
> > to his directory only from HH:MM of DD/MM/YY to
> > HH:MM of DD/MM/YY .
> > So is there any way by which I can retrieve only
> > thosse entries which fall in a specific time
> > frame(specified
> > by the operator).
> Interesting question.  To my knowledge there's no
> easy way to do that;
> at a first glance something like that could be
> attempted using ACL sets
> and using the current time as given in the
> _experimental_ (HEAD only)
> back-monitor.  I understand your needs might require
> the introduction
> of new ACL clauses. 
> Pierangelo.

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