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Re: <what> in ACL defined by set?

> masarati@aero.polimi.it wrote:
>>> Is it possible to specify the<what>  clause in an ACL with a set?
>> No.
>>> We have several applications and for each application there's a
>>> specific
>>> AUXILIARY object class for application-specific user attributes.
>>> So for each application I add ACLs like this:
>>> access to
>>>     dn.onelevel="ou=Users,dc=example,dc=org"
>>>     attrs=@app1User
>>>       by dn.subtree="cn=app1,ou=Systems,dc=example,dc=org" read
>>>       by * break
>>> Obviously I'd like to have one ACL which references an attribute
>>> specifying
>>> the auxiliary object class in the app's system entry. Is that possible?
>> I'm not sure I understand your question: is it that you would like to
>> have
>> something like
>>      attrs=<attr>
>> with<attr>  depending on the contents of the entry, or of another entry
>> resulting from the evaluation of some expression?
> Yes, exactly. Preferrably with <attr> being the object class form prefixed
> with @. The name of the object class should be read from an attribute in
> the
> accompanying system user entry (referenced as user in set-syntax).

OK, I confirm the no.  Perhaps this could be implemented as a style of
"attrs", something like


or something like that?