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Σχετ: Σχετ: LDAP Search Question (use of * in search filter)

Hi Howard
Thanks for the response
>Sounds like you're inserting data from SQL, and not using back-ndb itself
Yes i insert date through mysql procedures, i only use openldap with back-ndb for retrieving data in LDAP fromat. Could this cause any problems?

Απο: Howard Chu <hyc@symas.com>
Προς: Παναγιώτης Ψαρράκος <fishakos@yahoo.gr>
Κοιν.: Peter Gietz <peter.gietz@daasi.de>; "openldap-technical@openldap.org" <openldap-technical@openldap.org>
Στάλθηκε: 7:17 μ.μ. Τρίτη, 9 Οκτωβρίου 2012
Θεμα: Re: Σχετ: LDAP Search Question (use of * in search filter)

Παναγιώτης Ψαρράκος wrote:
> I changed the syntax of the ldapserach query and moved the filters at the end
> of the command but i got error that there is "No such object (32)"
> i.e.
>  ldapsearch -h -LLL -x -b 'dc=cosmote,dc=ro'  -D
> "cn=pcrfuser,dc=cosmote,dc=ro" -w pcrfuser123 "(&(billtype=PREPAID)(msisdn=*))"
> I am worried that maybe i have not constructed properly the table OL_dn2id or
> i use a wrong conifuguration mapping for my data and that is why my ldap
> search query does not work

Sounds like you're inserting data from SQL, and not using back-ndb itself?

> do you have any reference in order to understand the role and structure of
> table OL_dn2id?

Google "openldap ndb cluster"...



> Thanks
> Panagiotis
> *Απο:* Peter Gietz <peter.gietz@daasi.de>
> *Προς:* Παναγιώτης Ψαρράκος <fishakos@yahoo.gr>
> *Κοιν.:* "openldap-technical@openldap.org" <openldap-technical@openldap.org>
> *Στάλθηκε:* 2:14 μ.μ. Δευτέρα, 8 Οκτωβρίου 2012
> *Θεμα:* Re: LDAP Search Question (use of * in search filter)
> Am 08.10.2012 12:45, schrieb Παναγιώτης Ψαρράκος:
>> Dear all
>> My environment consist of a mySWL Cluster database that use ndbcluster
>> storage engine. I have install openLDAP using back ndb in otder to expose my
>> database in LDAP fromat. The main table of LDAP is the table OL_dn2id.
>> Entries in this table have the following format
>> eid | object_class    | a0      | a1      |
>> a2                              | a3                      | a4 | a5 ... | a15
>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> 1    | usertable@top <mailto:usertable@top>  | ro      | mydb  |
>> msisdn=40765111111 | billtype=prepaid  | null (all other columns are null)
>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> 2    | usertable@top <mailto:usertable@top>  | ro      | mydb  |
>> msisdn=40765111112 | billtype=postpaid | null (all other columns are null)
>> My database definition in slapd.conf is the following
>> database ndb
>> suffix "dc=mydb,dc=ro"
>> rootdn "cn=Manager,dc=mydb,dc=ro"
>> I want to execute ldap search queries based on msisdn or billtype attribute.
>> I am trying to this using the command
>> i.e. return all postpaid user msisdns - i ma trying to use the * in the
>> filter in order to have all msisdns
>> ldapsearch -h localhost -LLL -x -s sub -d 32
>> -b bill=postpaid,msisdn=*,dc=cosmote,dc=ro
> You are not using * in a filter but in the basedn which does not conform to dn
> syntax.
> I am not sure, how your filter should look like, but it should be stated at
> the end of your ldapsearch, e.g.
> ...  -b dc=cosmote,dc=ro "(&(bill=postpaid)(msisdn=*))"
> This depends on how the data are modelled ldap-wise and not ndb-wise.

  -- Howard Chu
  CTO, Symas Corp.          http://www.symas.com/
  Director, Highland Sun    http://highlandsun.com/hyc/
  Chief Architect, OpenLDAP  http://www.openldap.org/project/