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modrdn.c File Reference
#include "portable.h"
#include <stdio.h>
#include <ac/socket.h>
#include <ac/string.h>
#include "slap.h"
#include "back-sock.h"

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Functions

int sock_back_modrdn (Operation *op, SlapReply *rs)

Function Documentation

int sock_back_modrdn ( Operation op,
SlapReply rs 
)

Definition at line 32 of file modrdn.c.

{
       struct sockinfo      *si = (struct sockinfo *) op->o_bd->be_private;
       AttributeDescription *entry = slap_schema.si_ad_entry;
       Entry e;
       FILE                 *fp;

       e.e_id = NOID;
       e.e_name = op->o_req_dn;
       e.e_nname = op->o_req_ndn;
       e.e_attrs = NULL;
       e.e_ocflags = 0;
       e.e_bv.bv_len = 0;
       e.e_bv.bv_val = NULL;
       e.e_private = NULL;

       if ( ! access_allowed( op, &e, entry, NULL,
                     op->oq_modrdn.rs_newSup ? ACL_WDEL : ACL_WRITE,
                     NULL ) )
       {
              send_ldap_error( op, rs, LDAP_INSUFFICIENT_ACCESS, NULL );
              return -1;
       }

       if ( (fp = opensock( si->si_sockpath )) == NULL ) {
              send_ldap_error( op, rs, LDAP_OTHER,
                  "could not open socket" );
              return( -1 );
       }

       /* write out the request to the modrdn process */
       fprintf( fp, "MODRDN\n" );
       fprintf( fp, "msgid: %ld\n", (long) op->o_msgid );
       sock_print_conn( fp, op->o_conn, si );
       sock_print_suffixes( fp, op->o_bd );
       fprintf( fp, "dn: %s\n", op->o_req_dn.bv_val );
       fprintf( fp, "newrdn: %s\n", op->oq_modrdn.rs_newrdn.bv_val );
       fprintf( fp, "deleteoldrdn: %d\n", op->oq_modrdn.rs_deleteoldrdn ? 1 : 0 );
       if ( op->oq_modrdn.rs_newSup != NULL ) {
              fprintf( fp, "newSuperior: %s\n", op->oq_modrdn.rs_newSup->bv_val );
       }
       fprintf( fp, "\n" );

       /* read in the results and send them along */
       sock_read_and_send_results( op, rs, fp );
       fclose( fp );
       return( 0 );
}

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