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replication with filter "auxiliary object class"
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- Subject: replication with filter "auxiliary object class"
- From: "Keutel, Jochen" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2008 10:24:12 +0100
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is it possible with OpenLDAP to use a filter
as filter for syncrepl when abc is an auxiliary object class?
This would mean:
- When an entry is created on the master with e.g. object class
"country" the entry is NOT replicated.
- Later, when you modify this entry by adding the auxiliary object class
"abc", the entry will be replicated (added) to the consumer.
- Later, when you modify this entry by deleting the auxiliary object
class "abc", the entry will deleted from the consumer.
Means: A MODIFY operation in LDAP (client ---> server) can result in an
ADD or DELETE operation in the replication protocol (server ---> server).
I ask this because I know at least one X.500 based product (using X.500
DISP for replication) which can't handle this situation ...