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Re: attrs=x val.regex=y ACL

the regular expression you entered equates to this.
the word maps, and 0 or more ':'s 
what you want is this

which says you want to start with "maps:" with at least one
"anycharacter"(.) following it. 

Try that and see if it works.. Also be sure to check the log with
loglevel 255.. (slapd -d 255)

On Mon, 2004-03-08 at 18:16, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
> I'm testing the new feature in OL 2.2 to allow you to return only those 
> attribute values that match a particular regex.  I currently have:
> access to dn.children="cn=people,dc=stanford,dc=edu" attrs=suPrivilegeGroup 
> val.regex="maps:*"
>         by dn.base="uid=cadabra,cn=accounts,dc=stanford,dc=edu" read
>         by * break
> However, when I bind as cadabra and search for a person that I know has 
> entries like:
> suprivilegegroup: maps:group
> etc
> None of that suprivilegegroup data comes back.  Am I doing something wrong? 
> This look right according to slapd.access
> I've also tried:
> val.regex="maps:"
> val.regex=maps:
> val.regex=maps:*
> --Quanah
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