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RE: ldapsearch on local attributes with slapo-translucent

Are you missing a bracket?
"(&(object Class=AsteriskSIPUser)(AstAccountName=600))"

-----Original Message-----
nLDAP.org] On Behalf Of Gavin Henry
Sent: Friday, 20 July 2007 7:26 AM
To: openldap-software@openldap.org
Subject: ldapsearch on local attributes with slapo-translucent

Dear All,

I'm doing some work with Asterisk and translucent, trying to overlay some
attributes to an existing remote account, locally.

These attributes have been added by entries in the local database before 
being presented to me via ldapsearch, whilst searching for attributes
present in the remote directory:

objectClass: AsteriskExtension
objectClass: AsteriskSIPUser
AstAccountName: 600
AstAccountType: friend
AstAccountSecret: 600
AstAccountQualify: yes
AstAccountPort: 5060
AstAccountNAT: never
AstAccountMailbox: 600@device
AstAccountHost: dynamic
AstAccountDTMFMode: rfc2833
AstAccountContext: from-internal
AstAccountCanReinvite: no
AstAccountCallerID: Gavin <502>

Should I expect to be able to search for the above attributes and get a
result? Currently I am not.

A filter like:



ldapsearch: ldap_search_ext: Bad search filter (-7)

So I guess that answers my question.

If slapo-translucent did return results for searches against the local
attributes, would this be defeating the purpose/design of the overlay?



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