[Date Prev][Date Next] [Chronological] [Thread] [Top]

Re: get_ava: illegal value with translucent proxy

Pierangelo Masarati [masarati@aero.polimi.it] wrote:
Petteri Heinonen wrote:
> Hi, I've setup a translucent proxy. Now, I have tried to do some test > searches. For example this works ok: > > ldapsearch -x -W -D "cn=admin,dc=company,dc=com" -b > "OU=Users,OU=Department,DC=company,DC=com" "(givenName=Myname)" > > Search is proxied through proxy to the actual server, and correct result > is returned. However, if I try this: > > ldapsearch -x -W -D "cn=admin,dc=company,dc=com" -b > "OU=Users,OU=Department,DC=company,DC=com" "(objectClass=User)" > > I get no results. I have monitored the traffic between proxy and backend > server, and the query is not even sent there. In OpenLDAP log there is: > > Jul 27 15:51:00 ldaptr01 slapd[17772]: begin get_filter
> Jul 27 15:51:00 ldaptr01 slapd[17772]: EQUALITY
> Jul 27 15:51:00 ldaptr01 slapd[17772]: get_ava: illegal value for > attributeType objectClass
> Jul 27 15:51:00 ldaptr01 slapd[17772]: end get_filter 0
> > What would be the problem here?

The objectClass "User" is not defined in the proxy's schema?


That's correct. But in translucent overlay's documentation, there is:

"Note: The Translucent Proxy overlay will disable schema checking in the local database, so that an entry consisting of overlay attributes need not adhere to the complete schema."

But it seems that schema checking is still in affect when doing searches. Is there a way to disable local schema checking altogether? Or do I have to build some dummy schema so that OpenLDAP is aware about objectClasses I want to search for?

-Petteri Heinonen