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From "Cristian Horacio Ares (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (DIRSTUDIO-1132) CN=CONFIGURATION entry on IBM Directory server shows no content
Date Wed, 28 Dec 2016 13:52:58 GMT

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Cristian Horacio Ares commented on DIRSTUDIO-1132:
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Hi Stefan,

All test where done by having "fetch operation attributes by browsing", and also, by right
clicking an entry, properties, "include operational attributes" on sizing, the count doesn't
change,

This is an example of the log while requesting the contents of the container CN=CONFIGURATION:

#!SEARCH REQUEST (20) OK
#!CONNECTION ldap://IPoftheserver:389
#!DATE 2016-12-28T13:37:01.568
# LDAP URL     : ldap://IPoftheserver:389/CN=CONFIGURATION?hasSubordinates,objectClass?one?(objectClass=*)
# command line : ldapsearch -H ldap://IPoftheserver:389 -x -D "cn=root" -W -b "CN=CONFIGURATION"
-s one -a always -z 100000 "(objectClass=*)" "hasSubordinates" "objectClass"
# baseObject   : CN=CONFIGURATION
# scope        : singleLevel (1)
# derefAliases : derefAlways (3)
# sizeLimit    : 100000
# timeLimit    : 0
# typesOnly    : False
# filter       : (objectClass=*)
# attributes   : hasSubordinates objectClass

#!SEARCH RESULT DONE (20) OK
#!CONNECTION ldap://IPoftheserver:389
#!DATE 2016-12-28T13:37:01.583
# numEntries : 16


Note: the 16 entries are the folders that handle the configuration of the directory server,
but not the attributes in the folder itself (CN=CONFIGURATION).


This is an example of the log while requesting the contents of the container cn=Admin,CN=CONFIGURATION:

#!SEARCH REQUEST (21) OK
#!CONNECTION ldap://IPoftheserver:389
#!DATE 2016-12-28T13:37:18.804
# LDAP URL     : ldap://IPoftheserver:389/cn=Admin,CN=CONFIGURATION?hasSubordinates,objectClass?one?(objectClass=*)
# command line : ldapsearch -H ldap://IPoftheserver:389 -x -D "cn=root" -W -b "cn=Admin,CN=CONFIGURATION"
-s one -a always -z 100000 "(objectClass=*)" "hasSubordinates" "objectClass"
# baseObject   : cn=Admin,CN=CONFIGURATION
# scope        : singleLevel (1)
# derefAliases : derefAlways (3)
# sizeLimit    : 100000
# timeLimit    : 0
# typesOnly    : False
# filter       : (objectClass=*)
# attributes   : hasSubordinates objectClass

#!SEARCH RESULT DONE (21) OK
#!CONNECTION ldap://10.0.110.179:389
#!DATE 2016-12-28T13:37:18.820
# numEntries : 0


On the LDIF side, i was able to export the attributes inside both CN=CONFIGURATION and its
folders, only by having "operational attributes" checked while at the same time "subentries"
checked,

The strange thing is that on the ldap server connection properties, under browse options,
having both "include operational attributes" and "fetch subentries while browsing" does not
bring them up on the GUI, nor doing Fetch->Subentries with the right click on the containers.

I see what i can do to get you a tcpdump.


> CN=CONFIGURATION entry on IBM Directory server shows no content
> ---------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: DIRSTUDIO-1132
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DIRSTUDIO-1132
>             Project: Directory Studio
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: studio-ldapbrowser
>    Affects Versions: 2.0.0-M9 (2.0.0.v20150606-M9), 2.0.0-M10 (2.0.0.v20151221-M10),
2.0.0-M12
>         Environment: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10. IBM Directory server versions
v6.0, v6.3.0, v6.3.1, v6.4, v8.0
>            Reporter: Cristian Horacio Ares
>            Priority: Minor
>              Labels: apacheDS, browser, bug, ibm, issue, ldap
>
> When trying to browse the container entries inside CN=CONFIGURATION entry (and itself)
on an IBM Directory server (IBM LDAP), it shows no content, where it should be the full configuration
settings of the directory server, with their corresponding objectclasses and attributes.
> Testing this through java based ldap browser (gawor ldap browser), web-based ldap browsers
and ldapadmin, they are able to see the contents.



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