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slapmodify and back-config

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for slapmodify to be usable on a database, that database needs to
implement the bi_tool_dn2id_get and bi_tool_entry_modify functions,
which is not the case of the back-config. I've put together a minimal
(and maybe too naive) implementation of these for back-config and
back-ldif here:

Currently, there is no validation whether the modification passes
back-config checks since config_modify_internal takes a modify
operation, while bi_tool_entry_modify receives only the new version of
the entry to be modified.

Also, for slapmodify to be really useful, it would have to allow entry
deletion, for which there is no tool mode callback. To implement
deletes, do you think it is better that deletion of an entry with
children fail or delete the entire subtree? While the former seems both
easier to implement and more sensible to me, I would like your know opinion.

The attached file is derived from OpenLDAP Software. All of the
modifications to OpenLDAP Software represented in the following
patch(es) were developed by Acision. Acision has not assigned rights
and/or interest in this work to any party. I, Ondrej Kuznik am
authorized by Acision, my employer, to release this work under the
following terms.

The attached modifications to OpenLDAP Software are subject to the
following notice:
Copyright 2012 Acision
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
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