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ldapfilter.conf(4)               File Formats               ldapfilter.conf(4)



NAME
       ldapfilter.conf - configuration file for LDAP filtering routines

SYNOPSIS
       /etc/opt/SUNWconn/ldap/current/ldapfilter.conf

DESCRIPTION
       The  ldapfilter.conf file contains information used by the LDAP filter-
       ing routines.

       Blank lines and lines that begin with a hash character (#) are  treated
       as  comments  and  ignored.  The  configuration information consists of
       lines that contain one to five tokens. Tokens are  separated  by  white
       space,  and  double  quotes can be used to include white space inside a
       token.

       The file consists of a sequence of one or more filter  sets.  A  filter
       set begins with a line containing a single token called a tag.

       The  filter set consists of a sequence of one or more filter lists. The
       first line in a filter list must contain four or five tokens: the value
       pattern, the delimiter list, a filtertemplate, a match description, and
       an optional search scope. The value pattern  is  a  regular  expression
       that  is  matched  against the value passed to the LDAP library call to
       select the filter list.

       The delimiter list is a list of the characters (in the form of a single
       string) that can be used to break the value into distinct words.

       The  filter  template is used to construct an LDAP filter (see descrip-
       tion below)

       The match description is returned to the caller along with a filter  as
       a  piece  of  text that can be used to describe the sort of LDAP search
       that took place. It should correctly  compete  both  of  the  following
       phrases:  "One  match  description  match was found for ..." and "Three
       match description matches were found for...."

       The search scope is optional, and should be one of base,  onelevel,  or
       subtree. If search scope is not provided, the default is subtree.

       The  remaining  lines  of  the  filter list should contain two or three
       tokens, a filter template, a match description and an  optional  search
       scope.

       The  filter template is similar in concept to a printf(3C) style format
       string.  Everything  is  taken  literally  except  for  the   character
       sequences:

       %v              Substitute the entire value string in place of the %v.



       %v$             Substitute the last word in this field.



       %vN             Substitute  word  N  in this field (where N is a single
                       digit 1-9). Words  are  numbered  from  left  to  right
                       within the value starting at 1.



       %vM-N           Substitute  the indicated sequence of words where M and
                       N are both single digits 1-9.



       %vN-            Substitute word N through the last word in value  where
                       N is again a single digit 1-9.



EXAMPLES
       Example 1: An LDAP Filter Configuration File

       The  following LDAP filter configuration file contains two filter sets,
       example1 and example2 onelevel, each  of  which  contains  four  filter
       lists.

       # ldap filter file
       #
       example1
       "="                " "     "%v"                    "arbitrary filter"
       "[0-9][0-9-]*"    " "     "(telephoneNumber=*%v)" "phone number"

       "@"                " "     "(mail=%v)"             "email address"

       "^.[. _].*"        ". _"   "(cn=%v1* %v2-)"        "first initial"

       ".*[. _].$"        ". _"   "(cn=%v1-*)"            "last initial"

       "[. _]"            ". _"   "(|(sn=%v1-)(cn=%v1-))"        "exact"
                                  "(|(sn~=%v1-)(cn~=%v1-))"      "approximate"

       ".*"               ". "    "(|(cn=%v1)(sn=%v1)(uid=%v1))" "exact"
                                  "(|(cn~=%v1)(sn~=%v1))"        "approximate"

       "example2 onelevel"
       "^..$"  " "   "(|(o=%v)(c=%v)(l=%v)(co=%v))"       "exact" "onelevel"
                     "(|(o~=%v)(c~=%v)(l~=%v)(co~=%v))"   "approximate"
       "onelevel"

       " "     " "   "(|(o=%v)(l=%v)(co=%v)"       "exact"        "onelevel"
                     "(|(o~=%v)(l~=%v)(co~=%v)"    "approximate"  "onelevel"

       "."    " "   "(associatedDomain=%v)"       "exact"        "onelevel"

       ".*"    " "   "(|(o=%v)(l=%v)(co=%v)"       "exact"        "onelevel"
                     "(|(o~=%v)(l~=%v)(co~=%v)"    "approximate"  "onelevel"

ATTRIBUTES
       See attributes(5) for a description of the following attributes:


       tab()     allbox;     cw(2.750000i)|    cw(2.750000i)    lw(2.750000i)|
       lw(2.750000i).   ATTRIBUTE  TYPEATTRIBUTE  VALUE  AvailabilitySUNWlldap
       Stability LevelEvolving


SEE ALSO
       ldap_getfilter(3LDAP), ldap_ufn(3LDAP), attributes(5)



SunOS 5.10                        9 Jul 2003                ldapfilter.conf(4)