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Re: Substrings in attributes - changing schemas

My tests were with openldap2.4.22.

(I have started to gradually migrate to current versions mainly due to IPv6 support in ACLs.)

On another server, where I still run v2.3.43-12.el5_5.3, the search works (without changing the schema):

   # ldapsearch -x -v -D "cn=Manager,dc=noa,dc=gr" -W -s sub -b
   "ou=dns1,dc=noa,dc=gr" arecord= dn
   ldap_initialize( <DEFAULT> )
   Enter LDAP Password:
   filter: arecord=
   requesting: dn
   # extended LDIF
   # LDAPv3
   # base <ou=dns1,dc=noa,dc=gr> with scope subtree
   # filter: arecord=
   # requesting: dn

   # nmilas1.astro, noa.gr, dns1, noa.gr
   dn: dc=nmilas1.astro,dc=noa.gr,ou=dns1,dc=noa,dc=gr

   # search result
   search: 2
   result: 0 Success

   # numResponses: 2
   # numEntries: 1

May that shed some light?


On 14/1/2011 2:10 μμ, Nick Milas wrote:
But why exact matches don't work with the attribute as it normally is in schema?