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Re[2]: filter="(?=undefined)"

That's good. I found the problem.
My attribute had an error in the schema definition.

It's : ORDERING caseIgnoreOrderingMatch

and not ORDERING caseIgnoreMatch


QGM> --On Thursday, August 19, 2004 5:35 PM +0200 pemabontech 
QGM> <pemabontech@free.fr> wrote:

>> Hi,
>> I have a OpenLDAP 2.2.13 on a Linux Debian.
>> All my search with the >= operator failed.
>> The log says : filter="(?=undefined)"
>> My search with = is good.
>> Any ideas !!

QGM> In searching via google, I see that to do an inequality match, there must
QGM> be an ORDERING definition in the schema for that attribute. Does your
QGM> attribute have that in its schema definition?

QGM> --Quanah

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