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Re: Data access issue

Dieter Kluenter wrote:
> Harry Jede <walk2sun@arcor.de> writes:
>> Hi Vincent,
>>> Hi,
> [...]
>>> access to dn.one="ou=personnes, dc=morinie, dc=fr"
>> Remove the spaces:
>> access to dn.one="ou=personnes,dc=morinie,dc=fr"
>>>         by anonymous auth
>>>         by self write
>>>         by users write
>>> I don't understand why I can't get the data!
>> A space is a regular and valid character :-( .
> To elaborate a bit more on this:
> the access rule dn.one=ou=personnes, dc=morinie, dc=fr
> is acceptable, as I just have tested with my own setup:
> olcAccess: {1}to dn.subtree="ou=adressbuch, o=avci,c=de"  by * read
> a search without spaces will provide the requested result: 
> ldapsearch -x -H ldap://localhost:9004 -b ou=adressbuch,o=avci,c=de
> a search with spaces
> ldapsearch -x -H ldap://localhost -b ou=adressbuch, o=avci,c=de
> will result in error code 34 invalid DN syntax

You've failed to take into account the shell's parsing behavior.
Use: -b "ou=adressbuch, o=avci,c=de" and you'll see that spaces are insignificant.

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