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Re: ACLs and back-ldif

Pierangelo Masarati wrote:
back-ldif doesn't honor access control; I was spending a few cycles in trying to have all tests working with it, and test006 fails essentially because no access checking occurs inside the backend for writes. I assume this is intended; in this case, I'd disable test006, otherwise there needs be some work in the area.
I vote for disabling the test. I don't expect back-ldif to be a full-function database. I don't see any reason to use it outside of back-config, really. Even as a simple hierarchical store of LDIF data, it's not exactly optimal...

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