man, 01.12.2003 kl. 17.22 skrev Hallvard B Furuseth:
Is there any way to make 'enhanced searches' that allows not only ignore
case, but also quoted characters as vocals, so I can find names that
include á, é, ü, etc.? For example, find 'López' searching (sn=lopez).
Sorry, no. What you can do is to store the unaccented version of
the name invisibly in the directory, as follows:
Put this in slapd.conf:
# Subtypes of "name" (e.g. "cn" and "ou") with the
# option ";x-hidden" can be searched for/compared,
# but are not shown. See slapd.access(5).
attributeoptions x-hidden lang-
access to attr=name;x-hidden by * search
Then store this in the directory:
Now the filter (sn=lopez) will match 'sn;x-hidden: Lopez', but thanks to
the 'access' directive above, that value won't be returned from the
Could be that I'm misunderstanding all of this, but my method is the
other way around.
I have a posixAccount user cn=Gøran (dunno how this will look on the
list, but that's G'oslash'ran). I put him in as cn=Goran, but since cn
is a multi-value attribute I also put him in as cn=Gøran (same record).
Now ldapsearch works either for Goran or Gøran. The ldif looks like:
His mail *has* to be goran@ to make him rfc-compliant.
This is using GQ as GUI, by the way.