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Re: OpenLDAP advertises pagedResults but LDAP backend doesn't support it [was Re: Outlook 2003 "unavailable critical extension"]
John Borwick wrote:
OK. We have looked into our Outlook problem.
Outlook queries dn="" for the supportedControls. It receives
"1.2.840.113522.214.171.1249" (pagedResults). Outlook then queries
"o=WFU,c=US" for the user.
o=WFU,c=US is our LDAP backend. It does not support pagedResults.
dc=wfu,dc=edu is our bdb backend. It supports pagedResults.
We do not have the ability to make users use "dc=wfu,dc=edu".
1. Is it possible to make openLDAP *not* advertised pagedResults in the
list of supportedControls? I tried
access to dn.exact="" filter="(supportedControl=1.2.840.1135126.96.36.1999)"
by * none
access to dn.exact="" attrs=supportedControl val=1.2.840.1135188.8.131.529
by * none
should do the trick; another solution is hack servers/slapd/back-ldap/init.c
and eliminate the control from the supported controls list.
at the very beginning of the ruleset, but that doesn't seem to work.
2. Is the LDAP backend going to support pagedResults?
I'll look at it; in principle, it should, by propagating both the control
request and the response back and forth from the client to the remote
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