On Sunday, 22. April 2012, Alexei Znamensky wrote:Net::LDAP::Filter only checks for "well-formedness".
> Hi Peter,
> On 22 April 2012 15:10, Peter Marschall <pe...@adpm.de> wrote:
> In that case, why does Net::LDAP::Filter constructor accepts such filters
> > LDAP RFCs do not define filters with DN on the left hand side.I guess you need to aks that to the people who created the RFCs
> Is there a good reason for that?
(i.e. the standards) for LDAP.
One possible explatation might be:
$ldap->search(base => $YOUR_KNOWN_DN,
I.e. you set the search base to your known DN, set the scope to 'base',
=> Using the DN alone on the left hand side of a filter is simply not
> > [...]See above.
> > The filters using DN would fail on a standard LDAP server too.
> > Net::LDAP::FilterMatch behaves correctly.
> I was afraid that would be the case.
> I personally can see no reason why we should not be able to perform
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