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Re: dnattr access rule

man, 16.08.2004 kl. 00.09 skrev dju`:

> I need to grant access to an entry (and its children) to another entry 
> of my ldap that is listed in a specific attribute.
> I have:
> cn=foo,ou=people,dc=domain,dc=tld
> This entry has a seeAlso attribute, which contains the DN of a user able 
> to modify it.
> seeAlso: uid=bar,ou=users,dc=domain,dc=tld
> I want to make uid=bar,ou=users able to modify cn=foo,ou=people and able 
> to add children to it. The following access rule doesn't seem to be right:
> access to dn="^.*cn=([^,]+),ou=people,dc=domain,dc=tld$"
> 	by dnattr=seeAlso write
> 	by *	none
> Can you give me help for this please? Thanks for feedback.

You don't state your OL version; ACLs are sometimes different for
different versions. However, you could better make a groupOfNames or
groupOfUniqueNames and give that group write access. Works for me ;)


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