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Re: back-sql Varchar2 Primary Key Support

deckrider@gmail.com wrote:
Pierangelo Masarati wrote:
King, Leon C wrote:

    Hi all,
    	Is there a way to wrap oracle functions to where clauses passed
    	into back-sql?  I have a non-numeric primary key value of my
    	users' table which in some cases is preceeded by a '0'.  None of
    	the data mapped via the ldap_entries.keyval and my table are
    	being retrieve when I execute an ldap search.  If I remove the
    	preceeding '0' the values are retrieved.
Manually edit servers/slapd/back-sql/back-sql.h and #define
BACKSQL_ARBITRARY_KEY (it's #undef'd right now). This allows to use
arbitrary keys (treated as strings) instead of integers. Note: it's not
very well tested, and performances obviously may decrease (lots of
mallocs/frees, more demanding comparisons and so).\

I need this also, but get a compile time error:

servers/slapd/back-sql/search.c:2420: error: invalid operands to binary
<< (have ‘struct berval’ and ‘int’)

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