Benin Technologies wrote: > What would be the best way to concatenate several attributes into one (maybe > with slapo-rwm and back-relay ?). Likely this can only be achieved by writing a custom handler for slapo-sock. I know LDAP is a data container, and not a > fancy string generator, but I see no other way around this. > > An example : my directory contain an inetOrgPerson (say John Doe) with 3 > telephoneNumber attributes, say 101010, 202020 and 303030. > > I access this directory with 2 clients : > the first client displays the data in the right fashion: > cn: John Doe > telephoneNumber:101010 > telephoneNumber:202020 > telephoneNumber:303030 > > But the second client displays only one telephoneNumber attribute, so it > displays: > cn: John Doe > telephoneNumber:101010 Welcome to the wonderful world of multi-valued attributes. My advice: Don't use them if your clients does not support them nicely. > Given the fact that I have no way to modify the client's source code, how > could I do to display all 3 phone numbers ? An idea would be to use rwm with > back-relay and do some server side string generation, in order for the second > client to retrieve : > cn: John Doe > telephoneNumber:101010/202020/303030 > > is there a way to do this ? This is a very poor solution to the problem. Ciao, Michael.
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