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Re: Limiting results of search through back-meta

On Tue Jan 10 2006 at 17:47:37 CET, Pierangelo Masarati wrote:

> > I have a back-meta set up on an OpenLDAP 2.3.11 to retrieve a tree
> > (ou=People) from an OpenLDAP server inside a DMZ. There are a number of
> > entries which should not be returned if they contain an attribute type
> > with a certain value. In escence the search filter would contain
> > "(!(expiredDate=*))".
> >
> > The URI directive of back-meta doesn't appear to allow a filter
> > specification. Is there any way I could accomplish this, perhaps
> > with slapo-rwm, and could some kind soul give me an example?
> try
> access to filter="(expiredDate=*)"
>         by * none

Thank you for the answer (I'm ashamed of my ignorance), but it doesn't work
if the LDAP client asks for specific attribute types. An `ldapsearch ... cn uid mail'
gets through.

Any ideas?