[Date Prev][Date Next] [Chronological] [Thread] [Top]

dn.base vs dn.exact in 2.1.22 (in ACL)

In my version of slapd.access(5)
which I read with 'man slapd.access'
I find that:
" For all other qualifiers, the pattern is a string representation of the 
entry's DN.  base or exact (an alias of base) indicates the entry whose DN is 
equal to the pattern. "

However, when I have an ACL like this:

access to dn.exact="dc=example,dc=com"
	by * none

I am getting an error like this:

	unknown dn style "exact" in to clause

When I change 'exact' to 'base' everything works.


PS the man page notes:
OpenLDAP 2.1.22             06-26-2003            SLAPD.ACCESS(5)

Ace Suares' Internet Consultancy
NIEUW ADRES: Postbus 2599, 4800 CN Breda
telefoon: 06-244 33 608
fax en voicemail: 0848-707 705
website: http://www.suares.nl * http://www.qwikzite.nl