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Re: Finding out if server supports ACI's

First, I note, that it is incorrect for a client to presume
that mere publication of schema element in a subschema indicates
the servers supports the semantics associated with that
element.  For instance, a server could publish OpenLDAPaci
attribute type definition in a subschema without actually
supporting the semantics of OpenLDAPaci attributes.  Or, to
put it more plainly, the subschema is not a server-feature
discovery mechanism.

A number of experimental schema elements are not published
as they are experimental.


At 11:02 PM 9/16/2004, Turbo Fredriksson wrote:
>How is this done nowadays (OpenLDAP 2.2.14)?
>Previously (not that long ago - I've tried 2.1 not long ago)
>it worked by looking in "-b '' -s base" for the subschemaSubentry
>attribute, following that to get the attributeTypes attribute
>and OpenLDAPaci was there.
>Now it's not! Looking through the code, it seems it's hidden
>(marked with SLAP_AT_HIDE). How can I go around this?
>And I can't find it in the monitorContext either...