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Re: convert sql where to ldap filter?
Sandy Mustard writes:
Yes, that is correct. The system I'm working with uses a SQL where
clause as its request. I would like to query an LDAP implementation and
need to convert it to a filter.
Looks like I will have to develop it on my own.
Beware that LDAP filters are a very limited subset of SQL where
clauses (in fact, they are (negated) Attribute Value Assertions
(AVAs) or lists of AVAs under AND/OR relationship. The opposite
(mapping LDAP filters to SQL where clauses) is very easy: see
back-sql, but I also made a very simple and efficient one using
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