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Why does a newly defined queriy not appear in the LDAP Server sub-tree?

Why does a newly defined queriy not appear in the LDAP Server sub-tree?

Problem:

Why does a newly defined queriy not appear in the LDAP Server sub-tree?

Resolution:


  • Product Name: CaliberRM
  • Product Version: 2006
  • Product Component: LDAP QuickStart Manager 2
  • Platform/OS Version: All

It is possible to create new LDAP queries within Borland QuickStart Manager. However, if the user who created the queries is a non-admin user then the queries will not be saved and will not be visible in the LDAP Server sub-tree.

LDAP New Query Screenshot

To have all newly created LDAP queries saved for future use, the creator of the queries must have Administration privileges.


Old KB# 16394

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