Summary: GER, Paged Results: remove per-entry response control
Description of problem:
Currently, Simple Paged Results and GER returns response control per-entry.
Since per entry-response controls (except for persistent search EntryChange
controls) are ignored by the ldapsearch client, we are getting rid of the
unnecessary write_controls calls for Simple Paged Results and GER
Created an attachment (id=355712)
git patch file for result.c
Fix description: Getting rid of the unnecessary write_controls calls for GER
and Simple Paged Results.
Note: both GER and Simple Paged Results add its control to the result controls
maintained in the "operation" and they are sent to the client via
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> The aci attribute is currently defined with a syntax of IA5 String.
> This syntax only allows 7-bit characters. Now that the server has
> support for syntax validation, this would prevent one from using
> international characters in aci rules. This patch defines the aci
> attribute with the Directory String syntax, which allows any valid
> UTF8 character.
Y'know, LDAP/X.500 requires that existing schema items must never be changed
once they're in use. When you want to change something like this, usually you
must define a new attributeType with a new OID for the purpose. Probably not
so important given the history of schema checking in this code, but an fyi...
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