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Re: Acls in OpenLDAP

I believe you need to use ACI and not ACL.  ACI are a newer feature and
are not well documented yet, but, ACI allows you to use the LDAP database
to specify the equivalent functionality of ACL (which are hard-coded
into slapd.conf).


--On Friday, March 4, 2005 12:10 AM -0800 Gaurav Khanna 
<khannapost@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> We have a requirement to set the ACLs programmatically through JAVA
> (JNDI) and it seems as if the ACL is not an attribute on the user or
> group entries. This leads me to believe that ACLs for a user and group
> cannot be set using JNDI.
> Can the ACL be specified on the individual user or group entry? Can I use
> LDIF to add or update ACLs?
> Thanks
> Gaurav
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