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OpenLDAP server SQL support module.

OpenLDAP is an open-source suite of LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) applications and development tools. LDAP is a set of protocols for accessing directory services (usually phone book style information, but other information is possible) over the Internet, similar to the way DNS (Domain Name System) information is propagated over the Internet. This package contains a loadable module which the slapd server can use to read data from an RDBMS.
Package version:2.3.43


Author: Pierangelo Masarati <>

Back-sql can be tested with sql-test000-read; it requires a bit of work 
to get everything up and running appropriately.

This document briefly describes the steps that are required to prepare
a quick'n'dirty installation of back-sql and of the related RDBMS
and ODBC; Examples are provided, but by no means they pretent
to represent an exaustive sour


1) must add alias handling
2) [sizelimit moved to frontend]
  must set time limit when preparing all queries, and check size limit
3) there was expressed a need to have access to IP in while constructing
  queries, to have response alter in accordance to client IP. Will add
  preprocessor for values in metatables, which would substitute things
  like "$IP$".
4) must handle NOT filters (see ITS#265


1) driver name comparison for MS SQL Server workaround is realy kinda dirty
   hack, but for now i don't know how to code it more carefully
2) another dirty hack: length of LONGVARCHAR and LONGVARBINARY fields is
   currently set to MAX_ATTR_LEN. Maybe such fields must be handled with
   SQLGetData() instead of SQLBindCol(), but it is said in documentation,
   that it is guaranteed to work only wh

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