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Re: Whats up with SUP?
On Friday 20 September 2002 00:12, you wrote:
> At 01:59 AM 2002-09-19, Martin Wickman wrote:
> >For instance, lets say I want to find the user with "ldapsearch -x
> >uid=john". I would get back something like this:
> >dn: uid=john,dc=people,dc=foo,dc=com
> >uid: john
> >ccUid: zjohn
> >dn: uid=zjohn,dc=people,dc=foo,dc=com
> >uid: zjohn
> >ccUid: john
> >Which is not really what I expected,
> It's what to be expected by directory systems supporting
> attribute subtyping. See RFC 2251 and X.501(93).
Respecting the hierarchy iif attributes n search filters looks OK to me
(especially wuth name and its decedents sn and givenName ;-),
but returning a different number of attributes than the client
asked for seems very strange.
Is this really intended ?
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