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Re: Rename attribute before return

Okay, I guess I'll probably want to wait until I'm ready to upgrade to
2.3 before going this route, at which time I might need a hand with the
rwm stuff as well (do you know off hand how best to finesse
"displayName" into "cn"?)

-- DK

On Wed, 2005-07-20 at 14:42, Aaron Richton wrote:
> You could use a relay database to do this:
> database	relay
> suffix		"ou=Cooked,dc=example,dc=com"
> relay		"ou=Uncooked,dc=example,dc=com"
> overlay 	rwm
> [rwm-whatever you want to change]
> Then you could tell Your Favorite Commercial Software basedn="ou=Cooked"
> while telling OpenLDAP software that basedn="ou=Uncooked." I know you
> mentioned 2.2. You probably could use back-ldap or back-meta to accomplish
> similar; it won't be quite as elegant, but it might work.
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