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From "Hurni, Kevin (ITS)" <Kevin.Hu...@its.ny.gov>
Subject RE: Apache Directory Studio-incorrect counts via LDAP
Date Wed, 25 Feb 2015 22:00:03 GMT
Hello,
Yes, once I realized that the "cn=users" had 3 group objects in them, then the count make
sense.
So there were like 5,386 (in parenthesis), but the export was 5,385.  As an example.
What does puzzle me, though, is why does Apache have the number in parenthesis be different
than the search results?  I thought they should match.

Example:
Let's say you have ou=users
And you have 500 user objects in there.  100 of the users have mail attribute present.  The
other 400 do not.
I would've thought that if you construct an LDAP query of base: ou=users and something like:
(&(objectclass=user)(mail=*))
That the number in parenthesis would be 100, and the results would be 100.

In this case, for some strange reason, Apache feels the need to include the 3 group objects
in the parenthesis even though the search filter doesn't count/include them.

I don't recall seeing this behavior before in any directory/query I've done (ie: the number
in parenthesis seems to always equal the actual results displayed, etc.)

??


-----Original Message-----
From: Emmanuel Lécharny [mailto:elecharny@gmail.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, February 25, 2015 4:56 PM
To: users@directory.apache.org
Subject: Re: Apache Directory Studio-incorrect counts via LDAP

Le 25/02/15 20:39, Hurni, Kevin (ITS) a écrit :
> There is no subtree as previously stated in the cn=users area in the AD tree.
>
> Unless I'm misinterpreting the use of the word subtree.

Ah, sorry, my bad. I misinterpreted the groups you are talking about, thinking they were sub-entries.

So basically, the count you get is equal to what you have, right ?
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