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Using access entries: How to give write access everbody to his children?
- To: OpenLDAP-software@OpenLDAP.org
- Subject: Using access entries: How to give write access everbody to his children?
- From: Tomàs Núñez Lirola <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2005 11:58:11 +0200 (CEST)
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I'm trying to use LDAP to store the employees info and more, but I'm new
to LDAP and I'm having some problems...
I want to give all nodes write access to all children of this node, to the
entire subbranch. I'm reading slapd.conf "access control" part, but I
don't succeed. I've been looking for examples, but I've found none like
this... So now I'm not sure if it can be done...
The idea is, if the tree is like this:
A - AB -ABB ...
I want that AA can write to AAA, and AAB, and AAAA, and AAABCBA, etc.
AB can write to AB*.
This can be done with "access control" entries, in LDAP? If so, can you
give me any hint?
After that, I want that everyone can read its parent (AABA can read AAB,
but not AA). This can be done? Any hint?
Thanks in advance