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Re: ldapsearch query.
Thank you so much for the reply.
With "-s sub", the search will have a deeper scope and return the
entries that match the filter and not **all** the entries under ou=local.
My requirement is to get **all** the entries that are present under the
entries that match the filter "ou=local"( these entries can be more than
The task can be achieved in a two step process by searching for the
entries that has the ou=local in the first step and then search those
resultant entries as base(-b) for the next search with filter as
"objectclass=*", but I want to make it in a single search. so please let
me know if is this possible.
Please go through the attached file that contains the example(may be clear
this time). I have to retrieve the entries :
"ou=local, ou=payroll, o=org.co"
"cn=John, ou=local, ou=payroll, o=org.co"
"ou=local, ou=finance, o=org.co"
" cn=Tom, ou=local, ou=finance, o=org.co"
in a single search.
Thank you all for your time.
Tony Earnshaw wrote:
> Sridhar Bandi wrote:
> > Thank you for the reply, but this query returns only
> > the entries that has cn=local set and not all the entries
> > under the ou=local entry which is the requirement.
> When you run ldapsearch, you can tell it how deep to search ('man
> ldapsearch'). If you put "-s sub" into the command line somewhere, it
> will do what you want. That's also called the "scope". Normally it does
> a scope 2 search (sub) by default.
> Tony Earnshaw
> Do not CC me or your mail will probably be rejected.
> I don't like this, either. Blame Swen and see below.
> Mail: billy-at-billy.demon.nl
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ou=local ou=rem ou=rem ou=local
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cn=John cn=Mary cn=Creg cn=Tom
org:Hewlett Packard;SNSL India-ISEC