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Human-friendly olcAccess management
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Bogdan Rudas
2015-11-10 05:49:34 UTC
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Hello all,

I would like to start use of olcAccess rules, are there human-friendly
editor for that ACLs?
I can't even use line breaks in ldif file to make my restrictions a bit
more readable! I strongly dislike very long string values, one day this
will cause mistake and access violation.

I've tried with Apache DS, ldif import and few puppet modules, everything
require huge line ACL.

Any help will be welcome.
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2015-11-11 01:42:39 UTC
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Content preview: On Nov 10, 2015, at 00.49, Bogdan Rudas <***@exadel.com>
wrote: > > Hello all, > > I would like to start use of olcAccess rules, are
there human-friendly editor for that ACLs? > I can't even use line breaks
in ldif file to make my restrictions a bit more readable! I strongly dislike
very long string values, one day this will cause mistake and access violation.
Post by Bogdan Rudas
Post by Bogdan Rudas
I've tried with Apache DS, ldif import and few puppet modules, everything
require huge line ACL. > > Any help will be welcome. [...]

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Post by Bogdan Rudas
Hello all,
I would like to start use of olcAccess rules, are there human-friendly editor for that ACLs?
I can't even use line breaks in ldif file to make my restrictions a bit more readable! I strongly dislike very long string values, one day this will cause mistake and access violation.
I've tried with Apache DS, ldif import and few puppet modules, everything require huge line ACL.
Any help will be welcome.
see

http://www.openldap.org/cgi-bin/wilma_hiliter/openldap-technical/201009/msg00103.html

-ben

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