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slapd-relay and slapo-rwm questions
So, I've been playing with slapo-relay and slapd-rwm to try and make it so
that I can meet the expectations of different email clients that query my
directory. This has led to a few questions:
(1) If your root is "dc=example,dc=com", and the entries you are interested
in rewriting are in "cn=people,dc=example,dc=com" and the suffix you want
to use virtually is "cn=outlook,dc=example,dc=com", how do you configure
this? My attempts at doing this gave me the following error:
<suffix> namingContext "cn=outlook,dc=example,dc=com" already served by a
preceding hdb database serving namingContext "dc=example,dc=com"
I understand quite well that "cn=outlook,dc=example,dc=com" is served by
dc=stanford,dc=edu, and so what? It doesn't actually exist in that
database, and I want to make it appear to exist.
(2) How do you get it to map the entry DN results to the new base? With
"cn=people,dc=stanford,dc=edu" being mapped to
"cn=outlook,dc=example,dc=com", the entries DNs returned all show
"cn=people,dc=stanford,dc=edu" instead of "cn=outlook,dc=example,dc=com":
ldapsearch -LLL -x -h ldap-dev1 -b "cn=outlook,dc=example,dc=com"
(3) How do you map attributes to attribute names that don't exist in your
schema? Since this is really about what gets displayed back to the client,
I don't see why there is a requirement that the mapped-to attribute name
must exist in your schema.
map attribute displayName mail
map attribute displayName display-name
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