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Re: authentification only with cn=toto type

I thank you for your easy way, it walks perfectly. 


   I would say more later when my DSA eats several milions record, after migration.


    on the other hand it is necessary to specify âexactâ for ACL: 


ex: access to * by dn.exact="cn=toto" write


       thank you for all

Pierre FERT

Le sept. 13, 2006 07:42 PM, Aaron Richton <richton@nbcs.rutgers.edu> a Ãcrit:

> What commands are you trying? Can you include the command lines you are
> using, the input you are using, and the errors that are output?
> In terms of directly adding entries such as "cn=toto" or "cn=pfe" or
> "cn=richton" to an OpenLDAP directory, merely specify a null suffix (i.e.
> specify 'suffix ""' in slapd.conf), and make sure you are using a recent
> version (i.e. 2.3.27) as there have been bugs reported (long since fixed)
> in using an empty suffix.
> On Wed, 13 Sep 2006, Pierre FERT wrote:
> > Hello,
> > ïïïïïïI must make a migration ofïïpropriary LDAP serverïïwith openldapïï
> > ïï
> > ïïïïMy problem is on authentification.
> > ïïïïïïThe applications which use it connect in simple authentification but
> > without context!!!!
> > ïïïïïïEx: cn=toto withïïhis password is all
> > ïïïïïïïïI tried to connect me by creating a script toïïbind in backend Shell
> > but connection is not even accepted and script is not called whereas it
> > is it by specifying the context.
> > ïïïïïïI tested the rules of rwm, but it is similar these rules are not
> > called upon either
> > ïïïïïïïï
> > have an idea? what isïïI did not test?
> > ïï
> > ïïïïïïïïThank you very much for your assistance
> >
> >
> >