On 01/24/2017 05:26 PM, Crocker, Deborah wrote:
We have used directory 389 for many years having migrated forward from
the iPlanet/Sun version. Back when we were on Sun we discovered that
any attribute listed in an ACI where we wanted to use a wildcard had
to have the attribute name in all lower case. For instance, if we
wanted to reference myAttribute* when we had (myAttributeName1,
myAttributeName2, etc) then in the ACI it had to be myattribute*. This
holds true up through at least 18.104.22.168 which is our current production.
We are now testing 22.214.171.124, hoping to move our production forward
into that. We’d been having trouble with some of our processes and
have discovered that in the ACIs now the wildcard problem has switched
its case sensitivity. In the newer server we have to change all our
wildcard attributes to myAttribute*. I haven’t checked through all our
schema values to see if there will be some spec’d with all lowercase
(that is not our naming policy but we need to check). I also note that
if the attribute is spelled out completely then it doesn’t care about
the case at all.
This seems to me to have been a bug in the old one and is a bug in the
new one. Has anyone come up against this and have anything to add?
Sounds like a bug. The attribute name in the ACI should be case
insensitive. Can you please file a ticket for this issue?
Deborah Crocker, PhD
Systems Engineer III
Office of Information Technology
The University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, AL 36587
Office 205-348-3758 | Fax 205-348-9393
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