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retrieving information about deleted objects
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Matthias Apitz
2015-11-02 11:54:59 UTC
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Content preview: Hello, We produce for production environments an IDMsystem
which is able to publish/dublicate changes in OpenLDAP/LDAP directories to
other management databases and vice versa. This works fine in most of the
cases of changes in LDAP. The only problem we see, is get information about
deletion of objects (users) which were done while the IDMsystem was either
down or network not available. [...]

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Hello,

We produce for production environments an IDMsystem which is able to
publish/dublicate changes in OpenLDAP/LDAP directories to other management
databases and vice versa. This works fine in most of the cases of changes in
LDAP. The only problem we see, is get information about deletion of
objects (users) which were done while the IDMsystem was either down or
network not available.

What is the correct way to search for deleted objects. We have read about
a filter search, based on 'isDeleted=*' or 'isDeleted=TRUE. But we can
not get any result with this.

Thanks for some hints about this.

matthias
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Howard Chu
2015-11-02 12:21:27 UTC
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Content preview: Matthias Apitz wrote: > > > Hello, > > We produce for production
environments an IDMsystem which is able to > publish/dublicate changes in
OpenLDAP/LDAP directories to other management > databases and vice versa.
This works fine in most of the cases of changes in > LDAP. The only problem
we see, is get information about deletion of > objects (users) which were
done while the IDMsystem was either down or > network not available. > >
What is the correct way to search for deleted objects. We have read about
a filter search, based on 'isDeleted=*' or 'isDeleted=TRUE. But we can >
not get any result with this. [...]

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Hello,
We produce for production environments an IDMsystem which is able to
publish/dublicate changes in OpenLDAP/LDAP directories to other management
databases and vice versa. This works fine in most of the cases of changes in
LDAP. The only problem we see, is get information about deletion of
objects (users) which were done while the IDMsystem was either down or
network not available.
What is the correct way to search for deleted objects. We have read about
a filter search, based on 'isDeleted=*' or 'isDeleted=TRUE. But we can
not get any result with this.
There is no isDeleted attribute in OpenLDAP.

Read RFC4533.
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Ulrich Windl
2015-11-02 14:55:38 UTC
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Content preview: >>> Howard Chu <***@symas.com> schrieb am 02.11.2015 um 13:21
in Nachricht <***@symas.com>: > Matthias Apitz wrote: >> >> >>
Hello, >> >> We produce for production environments an IDMsystem which is
able to >> publish/dublicate changes in OpenLDAP/LDAP directories to other
management >> databases and vice versa. This works fine in most of the cases
of changes in >> LDAP. The only problem we see, is get information about
deletion of >> objects (users) which were done while the IDMsystem was either
down or >> network not available. >> >> What is the correct way to search
for deleted objects. We have read about >> a filter search, based on 'isDeleted=*'
or 'isDeleted=TRUE. But we can >> not get any result with this. [...]

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Post by Howard Chu
Post by Matthias Apitz
Hello,
We produce for production environments an IDMsystem which is able to
publish/dublicate changes in OpenLDAP/LDAP directories to other management
databases and vice versa. This works fine in most of the cases of changes in
LDAP. The only problem we see, is get information about deletion of
objects (users) which were done while the IDMsystem was either down or
network not available.
What is the correct way to search for deleted objects. We have read about
a filter search, based on 'isDeleted=*' or 'isDeleted=TRUE. But we can
not get any result with this.
accesslog also logs delete operations.
Post by Howard Chu
There is no isDeleted attribute in OpenLDAP.
Read RFC4533.
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Dieter Klünter
2015-11-02 13:18:49 UTC
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Hello, > > We produce for production environments an IDMsystem which
is able to > publish/dublicate changes in OpenLDAP/LDAP directories to other
management databases and vice versa. This works fine in most of the > cases
of changes in LDAP. The only problem we see, is get information > about deletion
of objects (users) which were done while the IDMsystem > was either down
or network not available. > > What is the correct way to search for deleted
objects. We have read > about a filter search, based on 'isDeleted=*' or
'isDeleted=TRUE. But > we can not get any result with this. > > Thanks for
some hints about this. [...]

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Am Mon, 2 Nov 2015 12:54:59 +0100
Hello,
We produce for production environments an IDMsystem which is able to
publish/dublicate changes in OpenLDAP/LDAP directories to other
management databases and vice versa. This works fine in most of the
cases of changes in LDAP. The only problem we see, is get information
about deletion of objects (users) which were done while the IDMsystem
was either down or network not available.
What is the correct way to search for deleted objects. We have read
about a filter search, based on 'isDeleted=*' or 'isDeleted=TRUE. But
we can not get any result with this.
Thanks for some hints about this.
You may set up slapdo-accesslog(5) and have your clients checking this
database.

-Dieter
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