Write a program to updating random access file

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If you want to get something simple going for Open LDAP use the samples.

Significant changes to slapd were introduced with version 2.3 and 2.4.

The side-effect of this complexity and power is that it is very easy to get olc Access (access to) attributes/directives horribly wrong.

) clause only type also allows level where n starts from 0 and defines the single level in the DIT from pattern.

Thus level is functionally equivalent to base (or exact), level is functionally equivalent to one and level indicates that only entries on the 3rd level below pattern will match. The keyword expand may be used in conjunction with type as a modifier which indicates that submatch substitution (from a access to dn.regex="^cn=([^,] ),ou=People,dc=example,dc=com$" # assume cn=my entry,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com #

) clause only type also allows level where n starts from 0 and defines the single level in the DIT from pattern.

Thus level is functionally equivalent to base (or exact), level is functionally equivalent to one and level indicates that only entries on the 3rd level below pattern will match. The keyword expand may be used in conjunction with type as a modifier which indicates that submatch substitution (from a access to dn.regex="^cn=([^,] ),ou=People,dc=example,dc=com$" # assume cn=my entry,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com # $1 has the value 'my entry' which is substituted below by dn.exact,expand="cn=$1,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com" read # the following two access to directives are # functionally identical and allow read access # to everything below access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$0" read access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$1" read Access is granted to the group entry whose DN is given by pattern.

The optional parameters objectclass and attrname may be used to qualify the attribute used to determine group membership (group Of Names is the default for objectclass and member for attrname). When used with type The pattern must indicate the match type in the form IP=ip[:port] (for IPv4 and IPv6) or PATH=/full/path when used for a named pipe file name.

There are three additional pseudo-attributes that may be used: Open LDAP 2.2 the @ implies all attributes of the objectclass defined, for example, [email protected] Org Person will include all the attributes of this object Class and all its parents (organizational Person, Person). is used then only attributes NOT defined for the object Class (and its parents) are included thus attrs=!

inet Org Person excludes all attributes in the MUST and MAY lists for the object Class (and its parents).

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) clause only type also allows level where n starts from 0 and defines the single level in the DIT from pattern.Thus level is functionally equivalent to base (or exact), level is functionally equivalent to one and level indicates that only entries on the 3rd level below pattern will match. The keyword expand may be used in conjunction with type as a modifier which indicates that submatch substitution (from a access to dn.regex="^cn=([^,] ),ou=People,dc=example,dc=com$" # assume cn=my entry,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com # $1 has the value 'my entry' which is substituted below by dn.exact,expand="cn=$1,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com" read # the following two access to directives are # functionally identical and allow read access # to everything below access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$0" read access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$1" read Access is granted to the group entry whose DN is given by pattern.The optional parameters objectclass and attrname may be used to qualify the attribute used to determine group membership (group Of Names is the default for objectclass and member for attrname). When used with type The pattern must indicate the match type in the form IP=ip[:port] (for IPv4 and IPv6) or PATH=/full/path when used for a named pipe file name.There are three additional pseudo-attributes that may be used: Open LDAP 2.2 the @ implies all attributes of the objectclass defined, for example, [email protected] Org Person will include all the attributes of this object Class and all its parents (organizational Person, Person). is used then only attributes NOT defined for the object Class (and its parents) are included thus attrs=!inet Org Person excludes all attributes in the MUST and MAY lists for the object Class (and its parents).

has the value 'my entry' which is substituted below by dn.exact,expand="cn=

) clause only type also allows level where n starts from 0 and defines the single level in the DIT from pattern.

Thus level is functionally equivalent to base (or exact), level is functionally equivalent to one and level indicates that only entries on the 3rd level below pattern will match. The keyword expand may be used in conjunction with type as a modifier which indicates that submatch substitution (from a access to dn.regex="^cn=([^,] ),ou=People,dc=example,dc=com$" # assume cn=my entry,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com # $1 has the value 'my entry' which is substituted below by dn.exact,expand="cn=$1,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com" read # the following two access to directives are # functionally identical and allow read access # to everything below access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$0" read access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$1" read Access is granted to the group entry whose DN is given by pattern.

The optional parameters objectclass and attrname may be used to qualify the attribute used to determine group membership (group Of Names is the default for objectclass and member for attrname). When used with type The pattern must indicate the match type in the form IP=ip[:port] (for IPv4 and IPv6) or PATH=/full/path when used for a named pipe file name.

There are three additional pseudo-attributes that may be used: Open LDAP 2.2 the @ implies all attributes of the objectclass defined, for example, [email protected] Org Person will include all the attributes of this object Class and all its parents (organizational Person, Person). is used then only attributes NOT defined for the object Class (and its parents) are included thus attrs=!

inet Org Person excludes all attributes in the MUST and MAY lists for the object Class (and its parents).

||

) clause only type also allows level where n starts from 0 and defines the single level in the DIT from pattern.Thus level is functionally equivalent to base (or exact), level is functionally equivalent to one and level indicates that only entries on the 3rd level below pattern will match. The keyword expand may be used in conjunction with type as a modifier which indicates that submatch substitution (from a access to dn.regex="^cn=([^,] ),ou=People,dc=example,dc=com$" # assume cn=my entry,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com # $1 has the value 'my entry' which is substituted below by dn.exact,expand="cn=$1,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com" read # the following two access to directives are # functionally identical and allow read access # to everything below access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$0" read access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$1" read Access is granted to the group entry whose DN is given by pattern.The optional parameters objectclass and attrname may be used to qualify the attribute used to determine group membership (group Of Names is the default for objectclass and member for attrname). When used with type The pattern must indicate the match type in the form IP=ip[:port] (for IPv4 and IPv6) or PATH=/full/path when used for a named pipe file name.There are three additional pseudo-attributes that may be used: Open LDAP 2.2 the @ implies all attributes of the objectclass defined, for example, [email protected] Org Person will include all the attributes of this object Class and all its parents (organizational Person, Person). is used then only attributes NOT defined for the object Class (and its parents) are included thus attrs=!inet Org Person excludes all attributes in the MUST and MAY lists for the object Class (and its parents).

,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com" read # the following two access to directives are # functionally identical and allow read access # to everything below access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="

) clause only type also allows level where n starts from 0 and defines the single level in the DIT from pattern.

Thus level is functionally equivalent to base (or exact), level is functionally equivalent to one and level indicates that only entries on the 3rd level below pattern will match. The keyword expand may be used in conjunction with type as a modifier which indicates that submatch substitution (from a access to dn.regex="^cn=([^,] ),ou=People,dc=example,dc=com$" # assume cn=my entry,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com #

) clause only type also allows level where n starts from 0 and defines the single level in the DIT from pattern.

Thus level is functionally equivalent to base (or exact), level is functionally equivalent to one and level indicates that only entries on the 3rd level below pattern will match. The keyword expand may be used in conjunction with type as a modifier which indicates that submatch substitution (from a access to dn.regex="^cn=([^,] ),ou=People,dc=example,dc=com$" # assume cn=my entry,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com # $1 has the value 'my entry' which is substituted below by dn.exact,expand="cn=$1,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com" read # the following two access to directives are # functionally identical and allow read access # to everything below access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$0" read access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$1" read Access is granted to the group entry whose DN is given by pattern.

The optional parameters objectclass and attrname may be used to qualify the attribute used to determine group membership (group Of Names is the default for objectclass and member for attrname). When used with type The pattern must indicate the match type in the form IP=ip[:port] (for IPv4 and IPv6) or PATH=/full/path when used for a named pipe file name.

There are three additional pseudo-attributes that may be used: Open LDAP 2.2 the @ implies all attributes of the objectclass defined, for example, [email protected] Org Person will include all the attributes of this object Class and all its parents (organizational Person, Person). is used then only attributes NOT defined for the object Class (and its parents) are included thus attrs=!

inet Org Person excludes all attributes in the MUST and MAY lists for the object Class (and its parents).

||

) clause only type also allows level where n starts from 0 and defines the single level in the DIT from pattern.Thus level is functionally equivalent to base (or exact), level is functionally equivalent to one and level indicates that only entries on the 3rd level below pattern will match. The keyword expand may be used in conjunction with type as a modifier which indicates that submatch substitution (from a access to dn.regex="^cn=([^,] ),ou=People,dc=example,dc=com$" # assume cn=my entry,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com # $1 has the value 'my entry' which is substituted below by dn.exact,expand="cn=$1,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com" read # the following two access to directives are # functionally identical and allow read access # to everything below access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$0" read access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$1" read Access is granted to the group entry whose DN is given by pattern.The optional parameters objectclass and attrname may be used to qualify the attribute used to determine group membership (group Of Names is the default for objectclass and member for attrname). When used with type The pattern must indicate the match type in the form IP=ip[:port] (for IPv4 and IPv6) or PATH=/full/path when used for a named pipe file name.There are three additional pseudo-attributes that may be used: Open LDAP 2.2 the @ implies all attributes of the objectclass defined, for example, [email protected] Org Person will include all the attributes of this object Class and all its parents (organizational Person, Person). is used then only attributes NOT defined for the object Class (and its parents) are included thus attrs=!inet Org Person excludes all attributes in the MUST and MAY lists for the object Class (and its parents).

has the value 'my entry' which is substituted below by dn.exact,expand="cn=

) clause only type also allows level where n starts from 0 and defines the single level in the DIT from pattern.

Thus level is functionally equivalent to base (or exact), level is functionally equivalent to one and level indicates that only entries on the 3rd level below pattern will match. The keyword expand may be used in conjunction with type as a modifier which indicates that submatch substitution (from a access to dn.regex="^cn=([^,] ),ou=People,dc=example,dc=com$" # assume cn=my entry,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com # $1 has the value 'my entry' which is substituted below by dn.exact,expand="cn=$1,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com" read # the following two access to directives are # functionally identical and allow read access # to everything below access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$0" read access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$1" read Access is granted to the group entry whose DN is given by pattern.

The optional parameters objectclass and attrname may be used to qualify the attribute used to determine group membership (group Of Names is the default for objectclass and member for attrname). When used with type The pattern must indicate the match type in the form IP=ip[:port] (for IPv4 and IPv6) or PATH=/full/path when used for a named pipe file name.

There are three additional pseudo-attributes that may be used: Open LDAP 2.2 the @ implies all attributes of the objectclass defined, for example, [email protected] Org Person will include all the attributes of this object Class and all its parents (organizational Person, Person). is used then only attributes NOT defined for the object Class (and its parents) are included thus attrs=!

inet Org Person excludes all attributes in the MUST and MAY lists for the object Class (and its parents).

||

) clause only type also allows level where n starts from 0 and defines the single level in the DIT from pattern.Thus level is functionally equivalent to base (or exact), level is functionally equivalent to one and level indicates that only entries on the 3rd level below pattern will match. The keyword expand may be used in conjunction with type as a modifier which indicates that submatch substitution (from a access to dn.regex="^cn=([^,] ),ou=People,dc=example,dc=com$" # assume cn=my entry,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com # $1 has the value 'my entry' which is substituted below by dn.exact,expand="cn=$1,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com" read # the following two access to directives are # functionally identical and allow read access # to everything below access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$0" read access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$1" read Access is granted to the group entry whose DN is given by pattern.The optional parameters objectclass and attrname may be used to qualify the attribute used to determine group membership (group Of Names is the default for objectclass and member for attrname). When used with type The pattern must indicate the match type in the form IP=ip[:port] (for IPv4 and IPv6) or PATH=/full/path when used for a named pipe file name.There are three additional pseudo-attributes that may be used: Open LDAP 2.2 the @ implies all attributes of the objectclass defined, for example, [email protected] Org Person will include all the attributes of this object Class and all its parents (organizational Person, Person). is used then only attributes NOT defined for the object Class (and its parents) are included thus attrs=!inet Org Person excludes all attributes in the MUST and MAY lists for the object Class (and its parents).

,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com" read # the following two access to directives are # functionally identical and allow read access # to everything below access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="[[

) clause only type also allows level where n starts from 0 and defines the single level in the DIT from pattern.

Thus level is functionally equivalent to base (or exact), level is functionally equivalent to one and level indicates that only entries on the 3rd level below pattern will match. The keyword expand may be used in conjunction with type as a modifier which indicates that submatch substitution (from a access to dn.regex="^cn=([^,] ),ou=People,dc=example,dc=com$" # assume cn=my entry,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com # $1 has the value 'my entry' which is substituted below by dn.exact,expand="cn=$1,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com" read # the following two access to directives are # functionally identical and allow read access # to everything below access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$0" read access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$1" read Access is granted to the group entry whose DN is given by pattern.

The optional parameters objectclass and attrname may be used to qualify the attribute used to determine group membership (group Of Names is the default for objectclass and member for attrname). When used with type The pattern must indicate the match type in the form IP=ip[:port] (for IPv4 and IPv6) or PATH=/full/path when used for a named pipe file name.

There are three additional pseudo-attributes that may be used: Open LDAP 2.2 the @ implies all attributes of the objectclass defined, for example, [email protected] Org Person will include all the attributes of this object Class and all its parents (organizational Person, Person). is used then only attributes NOT defined for the object Class (and its parents) are included thus attrs=!

inet Org Person excludes all attributes in the MUST and MAY lists for the object Class (and its parents).

||

) clause only type also allows level where n starts from 0 and defines the single level in the DIT from pattern.Thus level is functionally equivalent to base (or exact), level is functionally equivalent to one and level indicates that only entries on the 3rd level below pattern will match. The keyword expand may be used in conjunction with type as a modifier which indicates that submatch substitution (from a access to dn.regex="^cn=([^,] ),ou=People,dc=example,dc=com$" # assume cn=my entry,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com # $1 has the value 'my entry' which is substituted below by dn.exact,expand="cn=$1,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com" read # the following two access to directives are # functionally identical and allow read access # to everything below access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$0" read access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$1" read Access is granted to the group entry whose DN is given by pattern.The optional parameters objectclass and attrname may be used to qualify the attribute used to determine group membership (group Of Names is the default for objectclass and member for attrname). When used with type The pattern must indicate the match type in the form IP=ip[:port] (for IPv4 and IPv6) or PATH=/full/path when used for a named pipe file name.There are three additional pseudo-attributes that may be used: Open LDAP 2.2 the @ implies all attributes of the objectclass defined, for example, [email protected] Org Person will include all the attributes of this object Class and all its parents (organizational Person, Person). is used then only attributes NOT defined for the object Class (and its parents) are included thus attrs=!inet Org Person excludes all attributes in the MUST and MAY lists for the object Class (and its parents).

]]" read access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="

) clause only type also allows level where n starts from 0 and defines the single level in the DIT from pattern.

Thus level is functionally equivalent to base (or exact), level is functionally equivalent to one and level indicates that only entries on the 3rd level below pattern will match. The keyword expand may be used in conjunction with type as a modifier which indicates that submatch substitution (from a access to dn.regex="^cn=([^,] ),ou=People,dc=example,dc=com$" # assume cn=my entry,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com # $1 has the value 'my entry' which is substituted below by dn.exact,expand="cn=$1,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com" read # the following two access to directives are # functionally identical and allow read access # to everything below access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$0" read access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$1" read Access is granted to the group entry whose DN is given by pattern.

The optional parameters objectclass and attrname may be used to qualify the attribute used to determine group membership (group Of Names is the default for objectclass and member for attrname). When used with type The pattern must indicate the match type in the form IP=ip[:port] (for IPv4 and IPv6) or PATH=/full/path when used for a named pipe file name.

There are three additional pseudo-attributes that may be used: Open LDAP 2.2 the @ implies all attributes of the objectclass defined, for example, [email protected] Org Person will include all the attributes of this object Class and all its parents (organizational Person, Person). is used then only attributes NOT defined for the object Class (and its parents) are included thus attrs=!

inet Org Person excludes all attributes in the MUST and MAY lists for the object Class (and its parents).

||

) clause only type also allows level where n starts from 0 and defines the single level in the DIT from pattern.Thus level is functionally equivalent to base (or exact), level is functionally equivalent to one and level indicates that only entries on the 3rd level below pattern will match. The keyword expand may be used in conjunction with type as a modifier which indicates that submatch substitution (from a access to dn.regex="^cn=([^,] ),ou=People,dc=example,dc=com$" # assume cn=my entry,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com # $1 has the value 'my entry' which is substituted below by dn.exact,expand="cn=$1,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com" read # the following two access to directives are # functionally identical and allow read access # to everything below access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$0" read access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$1" read Access is granted to the group entry whose DN is given by pattern.The optional parameters objectclass and attrname may be used to qualify the attribute used to determine group membership (group Of Names is the default for objectclass and member for attrname). When used with type The pattern must indicate the match type in the form IP=ip[:port] (for IPv4 and IPv6) or PATH=/full/path when used for a named pipe file name.There are three additional pseudo-attributes that may be used: Open LDAP 2.2 the @ implies all attributes of the objectclass defined, for example, [email protected] Org Person will include all the attributes of this object Class and all its parents (organizational Person, Person). is used then only attributes NOT defined for the object Class (and its parents) are included thus attrs=!inet Org Person excludes all attributes in the MUST and MAY lists for the object Class (and its parents).

" read Access is granted to the group entry whose DN is given by pattern.

The optional parameters objectclass and attrname may be used to qualify the attribute used to determine group membership (group Of Names is the default for objectclass and member for attrname). When used with type The pattern must indicate the match type in the form IP=ip[:port] (for IPv4 and IPv6) or PATH=/full/path when used for a named pipe file name.

There are three additional pseudo-attributes that may be used: Open LDAP 2.2 the @ implies all attributes of the objectclass defined, for example, [email protected] Org Person will include all the attributes of this object Class and all its parents (organizational Person, Person). is used then only attributes NOT defined for the object Class (and its parents) are included thus attrs=!

inet Org Person excludes all attributes in the MUST and MAY lists for the object Class (and its parents).

" read access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="

) clause only type also allows level where n starts from 0 and defines the single level in the DIT from pattern.

Thus level is functionally equivalent to base (or exact), level is functionally equivalent to one and level indicates that only entries on the 3rd level below pattern will match. The keyword expand may be used in conjunction with type as a modifier which indicates that submatch substitution (from a access to dn.regex="^cn=([^,] ),ou=People,dc=example,dc=com$" # assume cn=my entry,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com # $1 has the value 'my entry' which is substituted below by dn.exact,expand="cn=$1,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com" read # the following two access to directives are # functionally identical and allow read access # to everything below access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$0" read access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$1" read Access is granted to the group entry whose DN is given by pattern.

The optional parameters objectclass and attrname may be used to qualify the attribute used to determine group membership (group Of Names is the default for objectclass and member for attrname). When used with type The pattern must indicate the match type in the form IP=ip[:port] (for IPv4 and IPv6) or PATH=/full/path when used for a named pipe file name.

There are three additional pseudo-attributes that may be used: Open LDAP 2.2 the @ implies all attributes of the objectclass defined, for example, [email protected] Org Person will include all the attributes of this object Class and all its parents (organizational Person, Person). is used then only attributes NOT defined for the object Class (and its parents) are included thus attrs=!

inet Org Person excludes all attributes in the MUST and MAY lists for the object Class (and its parents).

||

) clause only type also allows level where n starts from 0 and defines the single level in the DIT from pattern.Thus level is functionally equivalent to base (or exact), level is functionally equivalent to one and level indicates that only entries on the 3rd level below pattern will match. The keyword expand may be used in conjunction with type as a modifier which indicates that submatch substitution (from a access to dn.regex="^cn=([^,] ),ou=People,dc=example,dc=com$" # assume cn=my entry,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com # $1 has the value 'my entry' which is substituted below by dn.exact,expand="cn=$1,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com" read # the following two access to directives are # functionally identical and allow read access # to everything below access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$0" read access to dn.children="dc=example,dc=com" by dn.base,expand="$1" read Access is granted to the group entry whose DN is given by pattern.The optional parameters objectclass and attrname may be used to qualify the attribute used to determine group membership (group Of Names is the default for objectclass and member for attrname). When used with type The pattern must indicate the match type in the form IP=ip[:port] (for IPv4 and IPv6) or PATH=/full/path when used for a named pipe file name.There are three additional pseudo-attributes that may be used: Open LDAP 2.2 the @ implies all attributes of the objectclass defined, for example, [email protected] Org Person will include all the attributes of this object Class and all its parents (organizational Person, Person). is used then only attributes NOT defined for the object Class (and its parents) are included thus attrs=!inet Org Person excludes all attributes in the MUST and MAY lists for the object Class (and its parents).

" read Access is granted to the group entry whose DN is given by pattern.

The optional parameters objectclass and attrname may be used to qualify the attribute used to determine group membership (group Of Names is the default for objectclass and member for attrname). When used with type The pattern must indicate the match type in the form IP=ip[:port] (for IPv4 and IPv6) or PATH=/full/path when used for a named pipe file name.

There are three additional pseudo-attributes that may be used: Open LDAP 2.2 the @ implies all attributes of the objectclass defined, for example, [email protected] Org Person will include all the attributes of this object Class and all its parents (organizational Person, Person). is used then only attributes NOT defined for the object Class (and its parents) are included thus attrs=!

inet Org Person excludes all attributes in the MUST and MAY lists for the object Class (and its parents).

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