I'm logged into the console as admin, and it shows up in a search *within the
console*, but then it doesn't show up in the "People" listing.
When I do a search in the console, I'm not specifying a base.
When I search from the command line, I'm doing so anonymously, using the
ldapsearch -h ldap1 -x '(uid=ajonesy)' <-- this command returns data fine.
The base is specified in my ldap.conf file as the root of my tree (as opposed
to one level down in "People"). My tree only has People and Group right now.
On Wednesday 29 June 2005 10:03 am, Rich Megginson wrote:
Brian K. Jones wrote:
>I wonder if anyone else has seen this who might have a clue why it
> happens: I have users in my directory that will show up if I do a search
> on the directory, either in the console or from a command line or
> whatever, but when I open the console, double click my directory to open
> it, click on the "directory" tab, and navigate to "People" on
> there are some people who don't show up on the right. I can't figure out
> why that would be, because all of my entries are automatically generated
> from a script. They're all identical.
What is the command you are using to do the search from the command line?
Who are you logged into the console as? The same bind DN you used to do
the command line search? Are you using the same base DN and search
filter? You can look at the access log to see what search the console
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