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File Formats                                   ldapfilter.conf(4)



NAME
     ldapfilter.conf - configuration file for LDAP filtering rou-
     tines

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

DESCRIPTION
     The  ldapfilter.conf file contains information used  by  the
     LDAP filtering 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  fil-
     tertemplate,  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
     description 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 descrip-
     tion 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.





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     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"



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File Formats                                   ldapfilter.conf(4)



     ".*"    " "   "(|(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  attri-
     butes:

     ____________________________________________________________
    |       ATTRIBUTE TYPE        |       ATTRIBUTE VALUE       |
    |_____________________________|_____________________________|
    | Availability                | SUNWlldap (32-bit)          |
    |_____________________________|_____________________________|
    |                             | SUNWldapx (64-bit)          |
    |_____________________________|_____________________________|
    | Stability Level             | Evolving                    |
    |_____________________________|_____________________________|


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



































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