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  1. #1
    Thorsten NNTP User

    dynamicGroups - memberquery(url)

    Hey Folks,

    afaik, the attribute memberquery (ldapname: memberqueryurl) can only be
    written via LDAP Functions.

    However, checking the attribute via iMonitor gives me 'Oktet String',
    and writing directly to the attribute with that coding somehow works (it
    looks like a memberquery, but lacks a bunch of stuff).

    Anyone know of a way to directly encode it and write into eDir without
    using LDAP Calls?



    thx,

    T.

  2. #2

    Re: dynamicGroups - memberquery(url)

    Have you seen things like this?

    https://support.novell.com/techcente...a20020405.html


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  3. #3
    Thorsten NNTP User

    Re: dynamicGroups - memberquery(url)

    Sure,

    the problem is not to set it via LDAP. I would like to set it directly
    via IDM. you cant write something like

    memberQueryURL: ldap:///o=acme??sub?objectclass=inetorgperson?x-chain

    into the attribute (directly) via IDM, without using LDAP functions



    On 10.11.2015 22:54, ab wrote:
    > Have you seen things like this?
    >
    > https://support.novell.com/techcente...a20020405.html
    >
    >



  4. #4
    Thorsten NNTP User

    Re: dynamicGroups - memberquery(url)

    Sure,

    the problem is not to set it via LDAP. I would like to set it directly
    via IDM. you cant write something like

    memberQueryURL: ldap:///o=acme??sub?objectclass=inetorgperson?x-chain

    into the attribute (directly) via IDM, without using LDAP functions



    On 10.11.2015 22:54, ab wrote:
    > Have you seen things like this?
    >
    > https://support.novell.com/techcente...a20020405.html
    >
    >



  5. #5

    Re: dynamicGroups - memberquery(url)


    Hi Thorsten,

    I think that safest way to achieve same result - populate nodeset var
    from LDAP query and use objects DN from this nodeset according to your
    business logic.
    Special thank you to Lothar for his great LDAP ECMAScript!

    Alex


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