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RE: ACIs problem when allowing "read" but restricting "updates" in specific entries
First of all, thanks for the answers ;-))
Yes, it is true, I had a mistake with the nomenclature. The fact is that the
problem is NOT (as far as I tested it) in the regular expressions I am using
(I also checked it tracing the slapd execution with the "-d 128" option ... an
checked the matching is ok).
I find the problem with the "read" access privilege for "data1checker" user.
> ## Policy Rule 
> ## Access to "application=data1,,..." entries
> access to dn.regex="appName=data1,.+$"
> by dn.exact="uid=data1owner,ou=users,dc=company,dc=com" write stop
> by dn.exact="uid=data1checker,ou=users,dc=company,dc=com" read stop
> by dn.exact="uid=admin,ou=users,dc=company,dc=com" manage stop
"uid=data1owner" is able to read an modify attributes values in entries matching
this regular expression (it is ok) ... but it is exactely the same behaviour a
"uid=data1checker" in spite this last one has ONLY read privileges (???)
I interpreted (after reading manual pages and openldap-related FAQs) that "read"
privilege only allows to read (but NOT modify) attribute values for entries
matching the rule .. but it is NOT what I am getting ...
Am I understanding "read" privilege worngly ?
Thanks in advance
BR / Antonio
P.S: I also tested with openLDAP3.2.8, but it is the same behaviour ... and I almost
sure the error is NOT in the regexp being used (I was testing it in deep to be sure
From: Quanah Gibson-Mount [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: viernes, 14 de marzo de 2008 21:46
To: Michael Ströder; Antonio Alonso
Subject: Re: ACIs problem when allowing "read" but restricting "updates" in specific entries
--On Friday, March 14, 2008 1:41 PM +0100 Michael Ströder <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Antonio Alonso wrote:
>> I need some help with a pair of ACIs I have prepared (using
>> 2.4.7 in a SuSE9 server)
> Note that ACI support does not get this much attention by the
> developers like ACLs in slapd.conf. So I'd rather recommend to do want
> you want with ACLs. This definitely is possible. See examples for
> regex-based ACLs in the FAQ-O-MATIC:
He was using ACLs. He just called them ACI's. You may want to read his entire email.
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