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Re: Concerns with OLC (cn=config) for editing schema, ACLs, and deleting entries

Michael Ströder wrote:
> harry.jede@arcor.de wrote:
> > Michael Ströder wrote:
> >> The goal was to make the ACLs more readable for the admin.
> > 
> > This is my intend.
> Now the question is: Where to make them more readable.
Howard Chu at "25.03.2012 19:57"

> >> The GUI
> >> just makes it possible for the admin to add the LFs and display
> >> the ACL as multiple lines. And now this has the effect that the
> >> attributes values in LDIF are base64-encoded. The admin decides
> >> whether to add LFs or not.
> > 
> > Right, but are you sure all admins, can handle base64 encoded
> > strings properly. Tools, especially GUI-Tools should make life
> > easier, not more complex.
> Again: Did you read the whole thread in the mailing list archive?
No, I prefere to read local stored mails, whenever I have anounced to a 

> >> Please add it via LDAP and display it in a LDAP client. It will be
> >> a single line which was considered to be less readable.
> > 
> > Yes, and it should be a single line.
> It's entirely up to you whether you want to add LFs or not. There's
> no GUI tool forcing you to do so. Not my web2ldap nor Apache
> Directory Studio mentioned in this thread.

btb at "20.03.2012 13:18" and later
you at "22.03.2012 18:24" and later

"25.03.2012 20:41"

> Ciao, Michael.


Harry Jede