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Re: [grouper-users] Grouper 1.4.1 LDAPPC

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  • From: Tom Zeller <>
  • To: Ken LAI <>
  • Cc: Grouper Users <>
  • Subject: Re: [grouper-users] Grouper 1.4.1 LDAPPC
  • Date: Tue, 3 Feb 2009 09:31:23 -0600
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No, unfortunately, it is currently not possible to exclude groups that match any of the <group-queries>.

I would think this issue has been brought up before. Perhaps, in the future, <group-queries> could support union and intersection XML semantics, or <if> <then> statements, or even SQL queries.

In the short term, though, maybe you'll need another custom attribute.


2009/2/3 Ken LAI <>
Just tried <attribute-matching-queries> without <subordinate-stem-queries> and it worked.  But how if I want an intersection?   Is it not possible to do it?


On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 9:30 PM, Tom Zeller <> wrote:
When selecting groups to be provisioned, the results of <subordinate-stem-queries> and <attribute-matching-queries> are combined (aggregated, a union). Did you try <attribute-matching-queries> without <subordinate-stem-queries> ?


2009/2/2 Ken LAI <>


I tried the new LDAPPC of Grouper 1.4.1 and it worked fine.  However,
I can't select groups to be provisioned by custom group type
attribute.  I have added below custom group type to the Grouper

     <groupTypeDef name="mailingList">
       <field name="alias" required="false" type="attribute"
readPriv="read" writePriv="update" />
       <field name="allowAttachments" required="false"
type="attribute" readPriv="read" writePriv="update" />
       <field name="approvers" required="false" type="list"
readPriv="read" writePriv="update" />
       <field name="mailers" required="false" type="list"
readPriv="read" writePriv="update" />
       <field name="moderated" required="false" type="attribute"
readPriv="read" writePriv="update" />

I would like to provision groups with attributed "moderated" only and
so I set in ldappc.xml:

         <attribute name="moderated" value="true" />

All groups under hkust:applications:mailinglists are provisioned
regardless of the value of attribute "moderated".  I tried below and
also didn't worked.

         <attribute name="mailingList.moderated" value="true" />

Is custom group type attribute not working with LDAPPC?


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