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Re: Search Filter for Second Value

Chris Jacobs wrote:

Google: ldap filter syntax - the zytrax result is pretty handy.

uh.... No. "blahblah[X]" is not a valid LDAP construct. Did you get that from zytrax?

- chris

Sorry for double send Tim; forgot to reply-all to list.

Chris Jacobs, Systems Administrator
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Sent: Fri Jan 28 12:38:38 2011
Subject: Search Filter for Second Value

Is there any way to craft a search filter that checks for an attribute with two or more values?

For example, how could I construct a query to search for users with two passwords?

Something like:


(where userPassword[0] would be the user's first password attribute)

Tim Gustafson
Baskin School of Engineering
UC Santa Cruz

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